Angelo branduardi confessioni di un malandrino

Angelo Branduardi:La Luna (1975)

angelo branduardi confessioni di un malandrino

Angelo Branduardi - Confessioni Di Un Malandrino (Live @Antwerpen)

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La luna 2. Tanti Anni Fa 3. Donna Mia 4. Gli Alberi Sono Alti 5. Notturno 6. Gulliver 7.

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By Massimo Lajolo It is difficult to consider Angelo Branduardi a typical Italian singer of popular music in light of the classical training that culminated in a degree in violin from the Conservatory of Genoa. Indeed, violin is not a typical instrument of pop and rock music, especially not when played by the writer and performer of such songs. In an interview, he declared that these two instruments actually complement one another: the violin as male and the guitar as female. Over the years, both in live and recorded performances, he played many other instruments as well: dulcimer, piano, flute, panpipes, saxophone, harmonica. He is truly a multi-instrumentalist. With regards to his lyrics, Branduardi always counted on the inspiration of his wife, Luisa Zappa, a quiet but constant presence in his personal and artistic life.




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  1. Translation of 'Confessioni di un malandrino' by Angelo Branduardi from Italian to English.

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