June 2, 1948|
Mbanza Congo, Zaire Province, Angola
|Died||July 14, 2008
Alberto Teta Lando (June 2, 1948 – July 14, 2008) was an Angolan musician.
His music focused on Angolan identity, the country's civil war, the saudades (nostalgia, melancholy and longing) of Angolan exiles, as well as young love and family. He spoke and sung in both the Portuguese and Kikongo languages. Among his most well known songs were "Irmao ama teu irmao" ("Brother, Love Your Brother") and "Eu vou voltar" ("I Will Return").
During the last several years of his life, he managed to re-unite a group of many Angolan musicians. 
- Memórias 1968-1990 (Teta Lando Produções, Luanda, Angola)
- "President Dos Santos Praises Singer Teta Lando's Election". www.angolapress-angop.ao. Retrieved 2008-04-15.
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