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SKU 4548076769484


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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 music that has been sung in Naples, southern Italy.

Track List

  1. A Tazza'e cafè - Quartetto R. Calace
  2. O marenariello - Massimo Volpe (Pianoforte) / Michele Montefusco (guitar) / Agostino Oliviero (mandolin)
  3. A vucchella - Massimo Volpe (Pianoforte) / Michele Montefusco (guitar) / Agostino Oliviero (mandolin)
  4. Luna nova - Raffaello Converso & Friends + Shila Capezzuto
  5. Me voglio fa''na casa - Quartetto R. Calace
  6. Reginella - Quartetto R. Calace
  7. Tu ca nun chiagne - Quartetto Archi Convers
  8. Mandulinata a Napule - Quartetto R. Calace
  9. Te voglio bene assaje - Raffaello Converso & Friends + Shila Capezzuto
  10. Maria Marì - Raffaello Converso & Friends
  11. Santa Lucia - Quartetto R. Calace
  12. Era de maggio - Massimo Volpe (Pianoforte)
  13. Comme facette mammeta? - Raffaello Converso & Friends

Product Details

Year of Release: 2001

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

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