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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 111

2024-06-26 17:19

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 111

Third appointment of the week dedicated to Lucio Dalla.

In 1990, the release of the album "Cambio" marked a pop-oriented turning point in his career. Driven by the single "Attenti al lupo," written by Ron, the album sold over 1,500,000 copies, becoming one of the best-selling albums in Italy. Despite its commercial success, tracks like "Le rondini," "E l'amore," and "Comunista" showcased deep artistic quality, often overshadowed by the hit single. In 1993, Dalla released "Henna," featuring the famous music video that surprised Roxy Bar viewers. The album included hits like "Latin lover," "Domenica," and "Treno," exploring social and political themes. In 1996, with "Canzoni," Dalla definitively established himself in Italian pop, featuring tracks like "Canzone" and "Ayrton." This was followed by forays into classical music with Prokofiev's "Pierino e il lupo" and into dance with "Lucio Dalla - Dance Remixes." In 2003, he made his opera debut with "Tosca - Amore disperato," a reinterpretation of Puccini's work. Dalla continued to blend genres with "Il contrario di me" in 2006 and theatrical projects like "L'opera del mendicante" in 2008. His last album of original songs, "Angoli nel cielo," was released in 2009. His career was marked by experimentation, profound artistic sensitivity, and a continuous search for new musical horizons.


Today's listening is "Futura."

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