Fri, 29 Dec 2017 16:13 - Updated Fri, 29 Dec 2017 16:13
Ministry highlights late Zé du Pau's contribution to Angolan music
Luanda - The contribution of the Angolan artist Zé du Pau in the promotion, valorization, preservation and internationalization of Angolan music was highlighted on Friday (29), in Luanda, by the Ministry of Culture.
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Musician Zé du pau died
In a note of condolence over the death of the singer occurred Friday dawn, victim of illness, the Ministerial Department states that Zé du Pau wrote a page in the history of Angolan music, being marked by the hits "Torn Pages of the Book of My Life "and" If you get into my life."
An example of determination and courage, Zé du Pau leaves a legacy and an example that must be followed by the new generations in favor of the dissemination and preservation of Angolan culture in particular, and of Angolan music in general.
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