The Portuguese group Madredeus comprises vocalist Teresa Salgueiro, guitarists José Peixoto and Pedro Ayres Magalhães, violin player Francisco Ribeiro, harmonica player Gabriel Gomes, and keyboard player Rodrigo Leão. Inspired with the music of Lisbon, the music group travelled throughout European countries and became specifically well-known in Belgium. Madredeus’ debut record Operating-system Dias da Madredeus premiered in 1987 implemented three years afterwards by Existir and Lisboa Reside in 1992 on Blue Take note; the group also made an appearance within the 1994 Wim Wenders film Lisbon Tale (Viagem A Lisboa), where Ayres Magalhãsera and Salgueiro performed quite prominent tasks. In 1995, two albums adopted, Ainda and O Espiritu Da Paz. Additional releases consist of 1999’s O Porto. Antologia adopted a year later on. Movimento, that was released in summer season 2001. Madredeus’ musical machine continuing into the following year; he turned up his welcoming character for the eclectic digital remix work Electronico in summer season 2002.