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FUNICULI FUNICULA Music of Napoli - italian mandolin by Maestro Antonio Calsolaro

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Published on Oct 23, 2009

Funiculi Funicula, Italian music of Napoli (1800) "FUNICULI FUNICULA" part of the Italian history. ITALIAN MUSIC of NAPOLI with a Neapolitan Mandolin and classical guitar executed by the Mandolin Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and his sister the Guitar Maestro Linda Calsolaro during the live concert at the beautiful PALAZZO ROMASI at Alessano Lecce in the very heel of Italy. The Maestro Calsolaro offered this concert as specail TRIBUTE TO NAPOLI and plays the traditional and classical Neapolitan songs with his Mandolin for more info about the Italian mandolin and the Maestro lessons visit: http://www.italianbusinessguide.com/
FUNICULI FUNICULA is an incredible and beautiful song of the traditional Neapolitan culture composed by TURCO and DENZA composed the music.

MUSIC OF NAPLES with MANDOLIN by Maestro Antonio Calsolaro
The music of Naples (heart of the Italian music) played by the incredible Mandolin and Guitar of the Maestro Antonio Calsolaro and Linda Calsolaro are: "Luna Nova, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Scétate, Russo - Costa", "Catarì, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Serenata Napulitana, Di Giacomo - Costa", "Te Voju bene assaje, Sacco", "Serenatella, Bovio - Valente", "Reginella, Bovio - Lama", "Funiculì Funiculà, Turco - Denza"
There are various kinds of mandolins in use in Italy; they bear the names of cities or regions such as the "Roman", the "Lombard", the "Genovese", and the "Neapolitan" mandolin. They may differ in size, shape, number of strings and tuning. The traditional Neapolitan mandolin is tear-shaped with a bowl back and a uniquely cut and shaped front (sounding board); it has eight strings paired into the four violin tunings of g, d', a', and e'. The strings are played with a plectrum, producing the rapid and characteristic tremolo sound as the plectrum moves rapidly over unison strings. In that configuration, the Neapolitan mandolin started to be manufactured widely in Naples in the mid-1700s.

NAPOLI MUSIC from 1500 to 2009 (Music of Italy)
Naples has played an important and vibrant role over the centuries not just in the music of Italy, but in the general history of western European musical traditions. This influence extends from the early music conservatories in the 1500s through the music of Alessandro Scarlatti during the Baroque period and the comic operas of Pergolesi, Piccinni and, eventually, Rossini and Mozart. The vitality of Neapolitan popular music from the late 1800s has made such songs as 'O Sole mio and Funiculì Funiculà a permanent part of our musical consciousness for more info visit http://www.usamanufacturingguide.com/

WORLD MUSIC by the Italian mandolin Maestro Antonio Calsolaro
There are several conflicting definitions for World Music. One is that it consists of "all the music in the world", though such a broad definition renders the word virtually meaningless. The term also is taken as a classification of music that combines western popular music styles with one of many genres of non-Western music that were previously described as folk music or ethnic music. However, World Music is not exclusively traditional folk music. It may refer to the indigenous classical forms of various regions of the world, and to modern, cutting edge pop music styles as well. Succinctly, it can be described as "local music from out there", or "someone else's local music

MUSICA DE NAPOLES
La musica napolitana en vivo desde Italia con el Maestro Calsolaro y su hermana Linda Calsolaro que ejecutan con Mandolin y Guitarra nos ofrecen una serie de canciones de Napoles (Napoli) desde lo mas profundo de la tradicion musical Italiana en Alessano en un concierto en el Palazzo ROMASI que fomenta la cultura y musica Napolitana, clasica del sur de Italia.

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