Various - La Dolce Vita (Great Italian Songs From The 60's & 70's) album flac
- Album: La Dolce Vita (Great Italian Songs From The 60's & 70's)
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- Released: 2003
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|2||–Giorgio Gaber||Il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck||3:01|
|3||–Little Tony||La Spada Nel Cuore||4:00|
|4||–Giorgio Gaber||O Bella Ciao||1:32|
|6||–Lando Fiorini||Arrivederci Roma||4:27|
|7||–Dino||È La Pioggia Che Va||2:57|
|8||–Fausto Leali||A Chi||3:21|
|9||–Rocky Roberts||Sono Tremendo||2:53|
|12||–Nico Dei Gabbiani||Parole|
|13||–Nico Fidenco||Con Te Sulla Spiaggia||2:57|
|14||–Giorgio Gaber||'A Pizza||2:42|
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- Copyright (c) – BRISA UK Ltd.
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- Rights Society: MCPS
- Matrix / Runout: BRISA (UK) Ltd. 48071-2BD #1
- Barcode: 6 00514 80712 8
Classics lounge & bossa: La Dolce Vita.
Request an album send to friend. La Dolce Vita - Great Italian Songs (1981).
I più famosi capolavori del grande cinema italiano sono interpretati dalle incantevoli voci dei cantanti lirici di Opera e Lirica, ballerini, ensemble di archi, fiati e pianoforte.
Rocco Granata - Marina (2:50) 2. Giorgio Gaber - Il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck (3:03) 3. Little Tony - La Spada Nel Cuore (4:03) 4. Giorgio Gaber - O Bella Ciao (1:32) 5. Enrico Musiani - Mamma (2:50) 6. Lando Fiorini - Arrivederci Roma (4:31) 7. Dino - E La Pioggia Che Va (3:04) 8. Fausto Leali - A Chi (3:24) 9. Rocky Roberts - Sono Tremendo (2:38) 10. Dino - Baci (2:38) 11. Enzo Parise - Volare (3:45) 12. Nico Dei Gabbiani - Parole (3:10) 13. Nico Fidenco - Con Te Sulla Spiaggia (3:01) 14. Giorgio Gaber - A Pizza (2:43).
This wonderful collection features 40 Italian hits, and even if you do not recognise the Italian titles, you will surely know many of the tunes.
La Dolce Vita is a 1960 Italian drama film directed and co-written by Federico Fellini. La Dolce Vita won the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival and the Oscar for Best Costumes.
Dolce Vita, meaning Sweet Life, is really the perfect term to describe the fervor of the period comprised between the end of the 50's and the beginning of the 60's in Italy. The ghost of World War II has been dispelled, the economy is booming and men and women are bursting with desire for life.
In other words, the greatest 100 Italian songs of all time from pop to Neapolitan to opera. Songs like Arrivederci Roma, O Sole Mio, Nessun Dorma, Quando, Quando, Quando sung by the original artists, such Luciano Pavarotti, Adriano Celentano and Maria Callas. A guide to the top Italian songs of all time. Here a list of the Top Italian songs from 1950 to 2015 ranked by sales per year in Italy. Solo una volta (o tutta la vita) – Alex Britti. Il Mio nome è mai più – LigaJovaPelù. Vamos a bailar – Paola e Chiara Some of most famous songs from the 1970 in Italy are featured in this double CD compilation. This will be a great addition to your collection of top Italian songs. 9. I Grandi Successi Anni 80.
Italian Hits Of The '60s. 3CD 50 Songs Italy, 50' 60' 70', Musica Italiana, Grazie Dei Fior, Italian Music, Anni 50, Anni 60, Anni 70, Malafemmina, Che Bambola, Tintarella Di Luna. Connie Francis is Italian American but at least she sings these songs in the native tongue) and the German track is out of place a little twist. and a couple of tenors. It's a great mix and not a stinker in the bunch. If you like Italian music this is a great CD. All the favourites are here and well produced.
PROGRAMMA Primo Tempo NINO ROTA La Dolce Vita (Instrumental) VINCENZO BELLINI Casta Diva (Soprano) Second Part RIZ ORTOLANI Mondo Cane – Tales of the Bizarre: More (Tenore) NINO ROTA Romeo and Juliet (Instrumental) ENNIO MORRICONE Sacco e Vanzetti: Here’s to You (Soprano and Tenor) Opera e Lirica Artists Ensemble of strings, winds and grand piano Clementina Regina (Soprano), Emil Alekperov (Tenor). Clementina Regina, soprano, graduated from the Conservatory of Naples, winner of the Third Prize at the XV International Music Award of the City of Caserta and the European Opera Day Scholarship 2014. She made her debut as the Aida at the Court Theatre of Naples in 2014. Since then, she has performed in different concert halls nationwide, and also before the Italian Parliament with the Orchestra Napoletana.