More records of live shows are released, among them Em Paris (France), No Canecão (Brazil), No Café Luso (Portugal; recorded in 1955), Amália in Teatro (concert in Italy), Em Joanesburgo (South Africa). About Italy, Amália also edited a remarkable album, A Una Terra Che Amo. In this one, we can listen to interpretations of “Ciuri Ciuri”, “Sora Menina”, “La Tarantella”, “Vitti na Crozza”, and others.
Still, the album Fandangueiro represented an important reference to the Portuguese popular music heritage, besides the album Amália Canta Portugal that is a memorial to the Portuguese folklore, throughout three albums. The first one was recorded in 1966, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, precisely when Amália goes on stage at Lincoln Center and Hollywood Bowl, giving voice to this immaterial heritage that has its roots in the Portuguese culture.