"It a was a magic moment’", she says. "I felt all the beauty, sweetness and wisdom contained in these songs. It resulted in a complete turnaround in my career and also in a deeper contact with Jewish culture, religion and customs". Since then Fortuna started to do intensive research, bringing back to life many of those almost-forgotten medieval songs. She has since presented them in many successful performances in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and the US, and has launched five cds - La Prima Vez, Cantigas, Mediterraneo, Mazal and in 2001, Caelestia.
Together, they have sold more than 100,000 copies in Brazil, UK, Argentina, Spain, Israel, Taiwan and the USA. Her last cd Caelestia, presents Fortuna singing with a choir of Benedictine Monks, songs in Hebrew, Ladino and Latin from both the Jewish and Christian liturgy. This new project has met with great reception by press and public and has resulted in many packed shows around Brazil. 2) An Italian electropop trio. Dark and lecherous.
On the dancefloor, the musical world of Fortuna echoes like these two words: it is scheming, magnetic and hypnotic. No wonder their biggest fan is beautiful Italian actress/director/writer/DJ/photographer - Asia Argento. At the point that the actress has added her voice on five tracks on their debut album. Band: Kid Chocolat - DJ/programming The Knack - DJ/programming Oil Discography: 01. Less is More (EP) (2009) 02.
A Radical Bravery (EP) (2010) 03. Touched By The Hand Of God (EP) 04. Fortuna (2010) 3) An Icelandic five-piece Thrash metal group heavily influenced by acts such as Inflames and Lamb of God. The group was short lived but released one Demo CD called "the uncertainty of human fate".
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