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BGM 3 CD - SICILY

$19.00

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features the traditional music of southern Italy, centered on Sicily.

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, with a warm Mediterranean climate, beautiful nature and historic streets. Local music is a fusion of Italian, Greek, Spanish and Arab cultures, while BGM 3 is based on traditional music from southern Italy, with a simple and refined melody that echoes the local lifestyle.

Track List

  1. Pastorale siciliana - Quartetto V. De Bonis (trad.)
  2. Tarantella napoletana - I Minotauri (trad.)
  3. II carnevale di Venezia - Chico Scimone , Niccolo Paganini
  4. U cchiu beddu diamanti - Amelia Scimone
  5. Gran valzer - Quartetto V. De Bonis, Giuseppe Verdi
  6. Controdanza - Compagnia Folk Taormina (trad.)
  7. Mi votu e mi rivotu-violin solo - Gemma Romeo (trad.)
  8. La traviata-Preludio all'atto 1 - Quartetto V. De Bonis, Giuseppe Verdi
  9. ..si bedda tu - Amelia Scimone
  10. Torna a Surriento - Chico Scimone, Giorgio Calabrese, Ernesto De Curtis
  11. Passeggiando per Lipari - Quartetto V. De Bonis (trad.)
  12. Mi votu e mi rivotu - I Minotauri (trad.)
  13. Cavalleria rusticana-Intermezzo - Chico Scimone, Pietro Mascagni
  14. Vitti'na crozza - Compagnia Folk Taormina (trad.)

Product Details

Year of Release: 2002

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

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  • Improperly handled discs can easily become scratched and dirty which tend to have reduced sound quality because your player's error correction can only guess at the sound information that is unreadable underneath debris
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