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David Fonseca - аккорды, тексты, табы, табулатуры, gtp

Уроки эстрадного вокала в Санкт-Петербурге
Страна: Португалия
Даты: 14.06.1973 - ...

David Fonseca (Portuguese pronunciation: [dɐˈvid fõˈsekɐ], born on 14 June 1973, in Leiria) is a Portuguese musician, singer-songwriter. As a musician, he plays several instruments, including acoustic guitar and organ. He is recognized for his successful music career as a member of Silence 4 and, since 2003, as a solo artist. Besides penning most of his works, he is also responsible for the graphic design on his album covers and the art direction on his videoclips. Between 2004 and 2006, he was also part of the Humanos tribute project. He is an active spokesman for the Associação Fonográfica Portuguesa regarding copyright infringement. He studied at the Lisbon Theatre and Film School (Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema).

David Fonseca studied cinema at Escola Superior de Belas Artes de Lisboa between 1992

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Альбомы и синглы:

  • Sing Me Something New [2003, альбом]
  • Our Hearts Will Beat as One [2005, альбом]
  • Dreams in Colour [08.10.2007, альбом]
  • A Cry 4 Love [2009, сингл]
  • Between Waves [02.11.2009, альбом]
  • What Life Is For [06.02.2012, сингл]
  • Seasons - Rising : Falling [21.03.2012, альбом]
  • Under the Willow [01.06.2012, сингл]
  • All That I Wanted [04.09.2012, сингл]

Концертные альбомы:

  • 12.04.08 Coliseu Dreams in Colour Live [24.11.2008]
Название Материалы
4th Chance
A Cry For Love
Cold Heart
Hold Still
I See The World Through You
I Would Have Gone And Loved You Anyway
Its Just A Dream
Sem Aviso
Someone That Cannot Love
The 80s
The Longest Road
What Life Is For

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