“How lovely your love is, how honest and treasured it’s,” stated a fan within the feedback.
On the age of 85, Martinho da Vila celebrated 30 years of marriage to Cleo Ferreira, in a ceremony held on Saturday, 13, at Teatro J. Safra, in São Paulo, earlier than a live performance by the singer and composer. The couple renewed their union vows beneath the blessings of Father Júlio Lancellotti and with the presence of the 4 youngsters of the artist, from his earlier marriage and in addition from his union with Cleo.
“On Might thirteenth, we have a good time 30 years with the blessings of Father Júlio on stage earlier than the present”, started the caption of a video posted on Martinho and Cleo’s social networks. “Celebrating love is at all times very sturdy. To get to know an individual nicely, there’s a saying that you need to eat a 30 kilo bag of salt collectively. Salt is the flavour, it’s the seasoning. Consuming 30 kilos collectively takes most likely 30 years. So you might be on the way in which!”, he concluded, crediting Father Lancellotti together with his phrases.
“How lovely your love is, how honest and treasured it’s,” stated one fan within the feedback. “Congratulations Martin. I am your fan and I love you above all as a very good citizen on your coherence and values that you simply domesticate. You deserve all of the happiness on this planet”, wished one other. “Coronary heart overflowing with love,” declared a follower. “How thrilling, Cleo! You deserve increasingly happiness!” Stated one other.
Even initially contradicted, Martinho da Vila – who was decided to not launch any extra albums – introduced the arrival, final Friday, the twelfth, the eve of the anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery in Brazil, the album black opera; a “dramatic” document, within the singer-songwriter’s view.
“Brazil owes so much to black individuals. It was they who constructed this nation, who most affected the form of Brazil immediately. They influenced the language – the Portuguese that’s spoken right here is just not that of Portugal. And the delicacies, which is wealthy, due to black individuals. And this fashion of speaking about unhappiness with out falling into the depths of that feeling”, explains Martinho, increasing the definition of his new album, in an interview with the newspaper The State of S. Paulo.
Within the chat, Martinho da Vila additionally spoke of racism. Although he by no means suffered any kind of discrimination, he shared a notion of what veiled prejudice could be. “I am by no means on these lists of greatest songs, greatest songwriters that they’ve yearly. That’s a little bit of bias, sure,” he declared.
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