Teresa Bright is a Hawaiian singer who regularly records traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music. She studied jazz vocals when she was younger, and occasionally used it on a few of her recordings. This CD, on her own label, allowed her to sing in a manner that is different from her more well known work. The closest person I could compare her to would be Lani Hall (Sergio Mendes & Brazil '66, and wife of Herb Alpert).
Teresa Salgueiro has been making solo albums since 2006, but 2012's O Mistério marks a new point of departure for the internationally revered Portuguese singer. All of her previous records were content to present Salgueiro in the role of sublime interpreter and/or musical anthropologist, as she explored the musical heritage of Portuguese, Brazilian, and Italian culture. O Mistério, on the other hand, is the first album of original material credited to her name, and to her notable cast of supporting musicians: Carisa Marcelino (accordion), Óscar Torres (double bass), André Filipe Santos (guitar), and Rui Lobato (drums and percussion); Lobato also co-produces, together with Salgueiro and António Pinheiro da Silva, who had worked with the singer on several Madredeus' albums.
Le attività di elaborazione, schedatura e gestione di lessici specialistici hanno conseguito in Italia risultati significativi, ma poco noti al grande pubblico. Informazione linguistica e rappresentazione lessicografica hanno dato luogo a glossari e raccolte terminografiche che in questo volume sono illustrati e discussi, seguendo le realizzazioni portate a compimento presso i servizi linguistici di traduzione e di comunicazione delle istituzioni comunitarie, della pubblica amministrazione, di aziende pubbliche e private, dell’editoria e dei media, nel settore dell’informazione e della documentazione. …
“Zarewitsch rhymes with 'Slavic kitsch'. Lehár's inconsequential piece of fluff about the romance between the heir to the throne and a Circassian dancer enjoys classy casting.” BBC Music Magazine