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ITALIAN MUSIC from NAPOLI by “Antonio & Linda Calsolaro” – “Scetate & Catari”

Music from Napoli (1800) “Scetate and Catari” 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: www.italianbusinessguide.com SCETATE AND CATARI are two incredible and beautiful songs of the traditional Neapolitan culture composed by RUSSO – COSTA (Scetate) and DI GIACOMO COSTA (Catari), Costa 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

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Cinzia goes to Napoli (Episode 2) – Cinzia goes to a Pizzeria

Don’t miss this! See a real Neapolitan pizza being made! www.italianpod101.com ItalianPod101 brings you the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn the Italian language ever! If you’ve ever wanted to travel in Italy, you’ll most definitely have to buy a ticket sometime. In this episode, we see Cinzia going to a real Italian pizzeria in Napoli Stay tuned for the next exciting episode! We’d love to hear your comments. Please let us know what you think. And make sure you check out our iTunes feed and homepage at http for more great tools for learning Italian.
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