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Instruments  Vocals
Children  Carlos Lanca
Role  Singer
Name  Linda Suza
Years active  1978 - 1998

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Birth name  Teolinda Joaquina de Sousa Lanca
Born  February 22, 1948 Beringel, Beja (1948-02-22)
Albums  40 chansons d'or, Linda de suza en francais
Genres  Folk music, Fado, Pop music
Record labels  PolyGram, Columbia Records
Similar People  Herve Vilard, Chantal Goya, Rika Zarai, Karen Cheryl, Pascal Auriat

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Linda de Suza (born Teolinda Joaquina de Sousa Lança, 22 February 1948 in Beringel, Beja, Portugal) is a Lusophone and Francophone singer, actress and best-selling author. She is of Portuguese origin.

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Career

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Linda de Suza was born in Beringel, Beja (Alentejo), in southern Portugal on 22 February 1948. Suza left her homeland, Portugal for France in the 1970s and started to work in menial jobs. In the late 1970s she managed to record music albums. Her works such as Tiroli-Torola, La fille qui Pleurait, Un Enfant peut faire le Monde, and L'Étrangère drew a large audience in France. She topped her success with her performance at Paris Olympia.

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Linda de Suza sings fado, folk, ballads and popular songs in both French and Portuguese and was nicknamed "Amália of France" after Amália Rodrigues, to whom she paid tribute in her song "Amália". Amália Rodrigues, known as "Rainha do Fado" ("Queen of Fado") paved the way for Linda de Suza, Tonicha, Lenita Gentil, Cândida Branca Flor, Dulce Pontes, Mariza and Mísia, among other well known Portuguese and Portuguese-descended singers.

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In 1984, Linda de Suza published her autobiography La Valise en Carton (The Cardboard Suitcase). The book was also published the same year in Portugal, as A Mala de Cartão. Her book was followed by a number of novels. La Valise en carton was adapted into a cinema-film miniseries in 1988. All were successful.

Albums

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  • L'Étrangère
  • A L'Olympia
  • Tiroli Tirola
  • Les Plus Belles Chansons
  • Canta Português
  • Essential Masters

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    and many others

    Singles and tracks

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    Linda de Suza sings in Portuguese and French. Some of her best-known songs are:

  • 1978: Un Portugais #49 France
  • 1979: Uma moça chorava #52 France
  • 1979: La fille qui pleurait #82 France
  • 1979: Lisboa / Je ne demande pas #65 France
  • 1979: Amália (Ne laisse pas mourir le fado) / Les œillets rouges
  • 1980: Tiroli-tirola / Não te cases #3 France
  • 1980: Hola! La vie / Le Moissonneur #72 France
  • 1980: Un enfant peut faire chanter le monde / Vive la liberté
    #58 France
  • 1981: Frente a frente / Face à face
  • 1981: Toi, mon amour caché / Dans les yeux de l'homme qui nous aime #43 France
  • 1981: Chuvinha (Petite pluie) / Chuva… Chuvinha #84 France
  • 1982: Si tu existes encore / Vous les hommes #81 France
  • 1982: La maison de cet été / O malmequer mentiroso #85 France
  • 1982: On est fait pour vivre ensemble #37 France
  • 1982: L'Étrangère / Maria Dolores
  • 1982: Une fille de tous les pays / Nasci para cantar
  • 1983: Canto Fado (Medley) / Superstitieuse
  • 1983: Comme un homme / Kennedy #59 France
  • 1983: Marinheiro / Coimbra (Avril au Portugal)
  • 1984: Comme vous / C’est l'amour #50 France
  • 1984: Marinheiro / Tu seras son père #63 France
  • 1984: Un jour on se rencontrera / Bailinho da Madeira - 13.596 (Carrere) #41 France
  • 1984: Un jour on se rencontrera / Aventurier #63 France
  • 1984: Gri Gri / Un jour ici, un jour ailleurs #84 France
  • 1984: La Chance / Niño Mau #71 France
  • 1985: Rendez-le moi / Como um portugues sem fado #81 France
  • 1986: Cavaleiro / L’Exil #85 France
  • 1986: Take me back to the time / If you don't love me, let me go
  • 1986: La Volonté / De moi ici à moi mà-bas #80 France
  • 1986: L'endroit où la pluie cesse #96 France
  • 1987: Maradona / Nos yeux font l'amour
  • 1988: Ça ne s'oublie pas / Canta teu passado #95 France
  • 1989: Dis-moi pourquoi (duo avec son fils João Lança (Janot) / Qu’est-ce que tu sais faire ?
  • 1989: Pela estrada a fora / Qu’est-ce que tu sais faire ?
  • 1989: Hör die Musik / Grossmama in Jeans Activ
  • 1990: Les Enfants de Balaïa / Os Meninos da Balaia
  • 1991: Rien qu’un sourire / Ne perds pas l'espoir #85 France
  • 1991: En chaque enfant se cache une fleur / Meu lirio rouxo
  • 1992: Baté o pé / Vou eu vou
  • References

    Linda de Suza Wikipedia


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