Sergio Bruni - Suonno A Marechiare Album
Written-By – A. Pugliese, F. Rendine
|2||Suonno A Marechiare|
Written-By – A. Vian, A. Viscione, R. Fiore
|7MQ 1105||Sergio Bruni||Suonno A Marechiare / Vurria (7", RE)||La Voce Del Padrone||7MQ 1105||Italy||1962|
|7 MQ 1105||Sergio Bruni||Suonno A Marechiare / Vurria (7")||La Voce Del Padrone||7 MQ 1105||Italy||1958|
- Conductor [Orchestra] – Giuseppe Anepeta
Track A: 3° premio VI Festival della Canzone Napoletana.
Track B: 1° premio VI Festival della Canzone Napoletana.
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7XBA 404
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7XBA 405
- Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): 7XBA 404 - I 16-6-958
- Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): 7XBA 405 - I 17-6-958
Watch the video for Suonno a Marechiare from Sergio Bruni's Napoli in frac vol. 8 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Carlebach, stage name of William Chianese Villaricca , 15 September 1921 - Rome , 22 June 2003 was a singer , guitarist and composer Italian. Born in Villaricca , a small village a few kilometers from Naples , on 15 September 1921 , by Gennaro Chianese and Michela Percacciuolo. Nine years enrolled in a night school of music and became eleven player clarinet in the band of the country, thus creating his first experience as a musician. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Suonno a Marechiare, Vurria 1958. Album by Sergio Bruni. is a cover of. Vurria by Nunzio Gallo 1958. Sergio Bruni 1921-2003 can easily be classed with Roberto Murolo, Aurelio Fierro, and Claudio Villa as truly outstanding 20th century singers Bruni stage name of Guglielmo Chianese, 15 September 1921 22 June 2003 was a popular Italian singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He was often called The Voice of Naples. He was born in the commune of Villaricca, near Naples, Italy. At nine years of age he started attending a school of music. Two years later he was playing clarinet in a local band, which was his first experience as a musician. In 1938 the family moved to Chiaiano, where he started work as a labourer. Album 1991 14 Songs. Suonno a marechiaro. 14 Songs, 47 Minutes. Released 1991. 2006 DV More. Suonno a Marechiaro. Sergio Bruni. or open in our Desktop app. Other Albums by Sergio Bruni. O masto 'e Napule. Acquarello Napoletano Remastered. Comme se canta a Napule. Suonno 'e fantasia. Trippole trappole. I successi. Open Stage. Born in the commune of Villaricca, near Naples, Italy, by nine years of age he had already started attending a school of music. Two years later he was playing clarinet in a local band, which was his first experience as a professional musician. In 1938 his family moved to nearby Chiaiano, where he started work as a labourer. View concert statistics of Suonno a Marechiaro by Sergio Bruni played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often. Show all 47 Sergio Bruni songs. A vita mia 2. Mbraccio a te 1. O cantastorie 3. O cappotto 1. O ritratto 'e Nanninella 3. Sergio Bruni - Suonno a Marechiaro. Artist: Sergio Bruni. Album: Melodia di Napoli, 2010. Altro grande classico napoletano, autori Renato Fiore ed Antonio Vian, 3 classificato al Festival di Napoli del 1958 nella interpretazione di Mario Abbate e Sergio Bruni. SUONNO A MARECHIARO Fiore - Vian A Marechiaro, A Marechiaro E veco 'o stesso mare tale e quale, 'a stessa luna 'e perla 'mmiez'o cielo. ll'eterna fenestella sola sola, e tanta luce dint''a notte blu. pòrtame, stasera, 'ncopp'a ll'onne chiare 'e Marechiaro. Dint''e vase damme 'a vita. Tutt''a vita mm'ê 'a fá sunná