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Occhi turchini: Songs from Calabria

Pino de Vittorio

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Occhi turchini
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
2:41
2
La scillitana
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
2:02
3
Frasca
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:46
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La fija du marinaru
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
2:23
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Tarantella 'nfuocata
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:14
6
Si partì la Madonna
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
8:42
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A spuntunera
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
5:55
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Xaccara calabrese, spagnuola
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
1:52
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Arietta grica
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:11
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Matajola
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
6:38
11
Te Deum de' calabresi
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:54
12
Canzona a morto
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:18
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Sonata dopo la canzone
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
1:38
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Amicu, hai vintu
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
9:14
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La calabrisella
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
2:20
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Capiddi di sita
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
4:41
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Veni sonne di la muntagnella
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:18
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Romaica calabreisa
Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
3:43
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Kopile moj kopile
Pino de Vittorio; Laboratorio '600; Franco Pavan
4:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    76:31
With Occhi turchini, the inspiring singer, instrumentalist and actor Pino De Vittorio has returned to the recording studio, fixing his sights on the musical culture of the Italian region of Calabria. Franco Pavan and his early music ensemble Laboratorio ’600 have been researching back over the centuries the rich texture of the region, known as the "toe" of the Italian “boot." This programme embraces traditional songs, examples of the adulteration of the local language for comic effect in Baroque Neapolitan opera, even offering a parody of the text for the Te Deum in the same Calabrian, but also reflections of other cultures: Byzantine, Greek, Albanian and Arabic, which have permeated the region over the centuries.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters

Recorded in Milan (Chiesa di Sant’Antonio Abate), May 2016
Engineered and produced by Rino Trasi
Booklet essay by Franco Pavan

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