Orchestra Da Ballo Italfon - Quando...Quando...Quando... / Inventiamo La Vita mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Jazz / Latin|
|Performer:||Orchestra Da Ballo Italfon|
|Title:||Quando...Quando...Quando... / Inventiamo La Vita|
|Date of release:||1962|
|MP3 album size:||1652 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1258 mb|
|Digital formats:||ASF AA WAV MP2 AAC DTS VOC|
Label: Italfon – SPU 90.
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In 1946, fifty years after the opera's premiere, Toscanini conducted a performance of it on radio with the NBC Symphony Orchestra. This performance was eventually released on records and on compact disc. It is the only recording of a Puccini opera by its original conductor.
Текст песни: Dimmi quando tu verrai, Dimmi quando.
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An online sampler covering 1960 to 1969 that includes: an A-side with The Flippers from their Non gridar bambina (1960) on RCA Camden, an A-side of their "Happy Cha Cha" (1961), both sides from their "Bombolo" (1962)on RCA Victor, a B-side from Orchestra Da Ballo Italfon’s Quando calienta il sol (1962) on Italfon, five cuts from Stefano.
The Orchestra da Ballo Italfon release of Quando calienta il sol on the small Italian imprint Italfon includes Barbanera Twist on the B-side, written by Bruno Cassia, Gino Naddeo, and Stefano Torossi. Tony Del Monaco’s Siamo amici, composed by Stefano Torossi, lyrics by Sergio Jacquier and Del Monaco, with an orchestra conducted by Ennio Moricone, is online: I Balordi Diamoci la mano 1968. In 1968, Stefano Torossi and Sergio Ricci composed both sides of I Balordi’s 1968 single Fateli tacere, including the B-side Diamoci la mano. I Balordi – Fateli tacere, Diamoci la mano (1968) Carosello.
Quando quando quando" (or "Quando, quando, quando"; pronounced ) is an Italian pop song from 1962, in the bossa nova style, with music written by Tony Renis and lyrics by Alberto Testa. The song, originally recorded in two different versions by Tony Renis and Emilio Pericoli, competed in the Sanremo Music Festival in 1962, where it placed fourth, and later became a commercial success in Italy, topping the Musica e dischi singles chart
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- Vocals – Gino Rotigliano