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Born in Parma, Scialpi had an immediate success in the Summer of 1983 with the song “Rocking Rolling”.
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Giovanni Scialpi, best called Scialpi (born 14 May 1962), is an Italian pop singer mainly active between the eighties and nineties. Scialpi also appeared as an actor in an episode of the TV series Derrick and starred on several stage musicals.In 1990 he co-hosted the variety television Ricomincio da due together with Raffaella Carrà.
″Rocking Rolling″ (1983)
″Mi manchi tu″ (1983)
″Cigarettes and Coffee″ (1984)
″No East No West″ (1986)
″Bella età″ (1987)
″Pregherei″ (with Scarlett, 1988)
″Il grande fiume″ (1990)
Yo soy el amor (1987)
Un morso e via (1988)
360 gradi (1992)
Western classical music is an ancient art form that dates back to the time before 500 AD. It has constantly been developed and adapted over the centuries and passed important eras such as the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern, and Contemporary. Classical music has been performed in Operas which have popularized music. Operas inadvertently make you think of Italian Operas. Operas originated in Italy around 1600 and are popular even today! Italian Opera plays a very important part in the history of western classical music and the contribution of Italian music composers to this art form is noteworthy. Apart from Operas, other musical forms also influenced the present-day music. The contribution of Italian composers to European classical music, and its development over the years, is immense. Let us look at the most famous Italian classical music composers of all times.
The Opera had its origin in Italy, so it is not surprising that the most famous Opera is located in Italian territory, the place where the best composers and performers are. The Opera is identified by being highly dramatic; it is defined within the musical theater genre, being staged with songs, dances and the majority of the time, with musical instruments by orchestras present at the moment of the performance.
For Italians, music has been one of the cultural identity of the society as well as in politics. Opera a famous classical music was invented by the Italians in late 16th century. And now opera has become the integral of Italian music. Instrumental as well as classical vocal music is a conspicuous part of their culture. Folk music is also an essential part of country’s heritage. A sense of appreciation of beauty and emotionality is in connection with the music. And on the political part, Renaissance and royalty of Roman Catholic Church were commissioned to this music. And in this article, we are going to focus on some essential and famous Italian musical instruments that are today in use not only specific to Italy but the entire world.
The first thing that comes to our mind when we think of Italy is Italian Pizza and wine. But Italy has more to it than just wine and food. The country is filled with art and culture. It also has some of the most versatile singers in the world. Most of us would be surprised to know that Italian words are used to describe how music should be played. You must have heard words such as Cappella, Opera, Aria, Intermezzo, Concerto, Soprano, Adagio, Alto etc. All these words are Italian words, and we use them as musical terms to describe various things. The country has produced many famous singers and musicians, and some of them are: Enrico Caruso: Caruso is an opera singer, and he was quite remarkable in the…
Italy is filled with beautiful architecture, cuisines and music. It is quite hard not to fall in love with the country. Music has its deep roots in Italy and we use many Italian words to describe music. It is truly a magical place, and many famous musicians from Italy have made some brilliant songs and have sold lots of copies all over the world. The following are some of the popular Italian songs: Perdere L’Amore by Massimo Ranieri: The song is a mixture of music and poetry and is written by Marcello Marrocchi and Giampiero Artegiani. Massimo Ranieri released the song in 1988. Lara Fabian’s interpretation of this song is more popular, and many people prefer Lara’s live performance because the lyrics have subtitles in English. Another version where Ranieri’s…