324) as dual epistemological probes to characterize the mutual influences and similarities of jazz and Neapolitan song
Yang joined the scholars in the segment made up of the popular Neapolitan song
, 'Dicitencello vule,' that was popularized by Vic Damone in the 1950s, 'Just Say I Love Her,' 'Amigos Para Siempre' and 'Con te Partiro.
In addition, the novel is replete with Italian culture and historic references that go from a quotation of the "Cantico delle Creature" by Saint Francis of Assisi to the popular Neapolitan song
"Funiculi funicula:" There are succulent dinners at restaurants, even food recipes, short visits to the Isle of Capri and its Blue Grotto, even the Emerald Grotto near Amalfi.
NOT to be confused by the widely-renowned Neapolitan song
, the recently-opened Torna a Surriento has the potential to be a real star in the making.
Simona Frasca's Italian Birds of Passage analyzes the fruitful exchange between two musical repertoires, traditional Neapolitan song
and commercial American music.
likes every kind of music, but in particular there is a song that she loves very much, 'Funiculi Funicula,''' Bocelli said of the Neapolitan song
, which he performs regularly at live shows.
An artistic circus (the Canadian Cirque du Soleil), the first (or last) day of the week in some languages (Sunday, Sonntag, Sondag, Zondag), (7) and "day" in Hungarian (nap), a long list of newspapers (as in "Toronto Sun," "Sonne Zeitung," "The Sun" of the United Kingdoms, "Le Soleil" of Quebec, and many more), one or two of the cardinal directions (namely east and/or west) in several languages (some as different from each other as in English, Hebrew, Hungarian, and most Slavic tongues, each of which refers to these points of the compass as [where the sun] rises or sets), a famous Neapolitan song
(O sole mio), a computer company, as well as an operating system (Sun Microsystems, superseded by the Solaris Operating system (8)).
Message from one Neapolitan song
lover to another: "Clean up your act.
O Sole Mio is a Neapolitan song
written in 1898 which has been covered numerous times, in umpteen versions and by many different artists, including Elvis Presley for his number, Now or Never.
He said: "Delilah - it's like a wonderful Neapolitan song
and it really sounds right in Italian.
The locals remind you that their famous Neapolitan song
is Come Back To Sorrento.
From OLYMPIA we have an unusual selection of works for two pianos: Scheherazade, Capriccio Espagnol and Neapolitan Song
by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (OCD 630).