Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Info about Italian Christmas music of or from Italy

Here are some links about Italian Christmas music of or from Italy :

INFORMATION
ITALIAN CHRISTMAS MUSIC
VIDEOS
  • Source: YouTube – "Broadcast yourself™" – In multiple languages
    • Canto di Natale in dialetto siciliano (2010)In Italian Only – "E lu me cori pi tia ni spinna, sienti la vò e fai la ninna. 1. A la notti di Natali Ca nascìu lu Bammineddu, ca nascìu ' nmenzu la paglia, tra lu vòi e l' asineddu! 2. San Giuseppi cci sunava e so Matri cci cantava: ' Fa' la ninna, fa la nanna, duormi figghiu di la mamma. 3. San Giuseppi tagliava e so matri u cuntimplava: 'Fa' la ninna, fa la nanna, duormi figghiu di la mamma'. 4. C'era un poviru cacciatori, unn'avia chi purtari, porta un liepru ed un cunigghiu ppi la Matri e ppi u figghiu. 5. C'era un poviru lignaiualu, unn' avia chi cci pur tari, porta un fasciu 'i ligna granni pp'asciucarici li panni. 6. C'era un poviru zammataru, unn'avia chi cci purtari, porta latti 'nta la scisca, cascavaddu e tuma frisca 7. C'era na povera lavannara, unn' avia chi cci purtari, cci purtau na manta granni, ppi cuprirci li carni. 8. C'era un poviru picuraru, unn'avia chi cci purtari, cci purtau n'agnidduzzu, ppi l'amuri d'u Signuruzzu. 9. Sun su buoni cumpatiti ri l'affettu riviviti, cumpatiti, Matri mia, picchi siemu a la campia. 10. E dda notti disiata ca'nasciu lu VerBu Eternu, ca' la visita so' sacrata rallegrau lu friddu'nvernu." – Uploaded by on Dec 23, 2010
    • Dominick The Italian Christmas Donkey song – "Dominic the Italian Donkey song and video Dominick the Donkey is a well known Christmas song written by Ray Allen and Lou Monte and first sung by Lou Monte in 1960. For decades the song was only occasionally heard. Oldies 103.3 WODS of Boston, Massachusetts and WCBS-FM in New York are common stations that play the song around Christmas . It was perceived to be too novel for the softer music stations and too old or corny for CHR/Top 40 stations. But beginning in the early 1990's, more contemporary artists began to record Christmas music. As a result, younger skewing radio stations began to feature more Christmas music on their stations, even going wall to wall on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. While there were more Top 40 core artists doing Christmas music by 1992, the stations still needed to play older artists to supplement the newer Christmas music. A few stations found this song and began mixing it into their Christmas rotations. The song got very positive feedback and as a result, this song began to gain airplay in many formats. Many people assume it was a recent recording and do not realize this song has been around for over 40 years." – Uploaded by on Dec 6, 2007
    • ITALIAN CHRISTMAS TIME – "Italian Chirstmas Time An Italian Christmas song the Music Video by comedian Mike KC....All Material has been copyrighted Purchase the song at I Tunes, Amazon Mp3, Napster, Rhapsody" – Uploaded by on May 17, 2010
    • NENIA DI NATALEIn Italian Only – "Pastorale natalizia tradizionale, suonata per le vie del paese, durante la stagione estiva." – Uploaded by on Dec 18, 2007
    • Novena di NataleIn Italian Only – "...con gli zampognari" – Uploaded by on Jan 9, 2008
    • TU SCENDI DALLE STELLE ( italian christmas carol) – "I arranged this tune last christmas 2008 But It coud be good for this year,too. Some addictional video effects.The melody was composed by an italian religious ( Alfonso Maria de Liguori) around the 1700 century. If you'd like this arrangement I send you my free tab by e-mail. Contact me as you will. A quiet December to everyone. Let's stay with our heart in peace." – Uploaded by on Dec 1, 2009
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That's it for Wednesday, 14 December 2011: mercoledì, 14 dicembre 2011

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