Odoardo Spadaro - Le Canzoni Di Firenze (Songs Of Florence) FLAC album
TRACKLIST: 1. LA PORTI UN BACIONE A FIRENZE - Odoardo Spadaro 00:00 2. MATTINATA FIORENTINA - Claudio Villa 03:33 3. FIRENZE SOGNA - Carlo Buti 07:24 4. .
Album · 1994 · 13 Songs. Odoardo Spadaro & Maria Pia Arcangeli. 6. La porti un bacione a Firenze.
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Le Canzoni Di Firenze (Songs Of Florence) (LP, Album). Le Canzoni Di Firenze (Songs Of Florence) (LP, Album). Le Canzoni Di Firenze (LP, Album, RE). RCA. TNL1 3027.
A1 Firenze A2 Sulla Carrozzella A3 Il Valzer Della Povera Gente A4 Il Cappello Di Paglia Di Firenze A5 Micragna Les Bains A6 La Porti Un Bacione A Firenze B1 La Canzone Di Tutti I Giorni B2 Ninna Nanna Dell'Arno B3 Quattro Per Quattro Tre Per Tre B4 Canzone Di Campagna
A1 Firenze A2 Il Cappello Di Paglia Di Firenze B1 Sulla Carrozzella B2 La Porti Un Bacione A Firenze. Tipolitografico . into ROMA.
Odoardo Eugenio Giano Spadaro was an Italian singer-songwriter and actor. Florence, Province of Florence, Italy. He debuted on stage at seventeen years old and, taken the road of variety as a chansonnier, a fantasist and an imitator, he became an international celebrity by replacing Maurice Chevalier at the Folies-Bergère. In 1927 he was protagonist alongside Viviane Romance and Jean Gabin of a very successful variety show at the Moulin Rouge. Spadaro was also the author of many successful songs - best known of these being probably "Porta un bacione a Firenze" - and actor in several films, usually in supporting roles.
Songs of Italian Immigrants: La porti un bacione a Firenze. Send a big kiss to Florence. La porti un bacione a Firenze ( Send a big kiss to Florence ) is an Italian ballad written in 1937 by Odoardo Spadaro, a florentine songwriter and actor between the 19th and the 20th century. He wrote this dedication to Florence to empathize with all those Italian immigrants who had to leave their home countries, trying to overcome poverty and to make a fortune
Florence is famous for its history: a centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the wealthiest cities of the time, it is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been called "the Athens of the Middle Ages". A turbulent political history includes periods of rule by the powerful Medici family, and numerous religious and republican revolutions.
Odoardo Eugenio Giano Spadaro (16 January 1893 - 26 June 1965) was an Italian singer-songwriter and actor. Spadaro was born in the quartiere of Santo Spirito in Florence, to Gustavo Spadaro and Mary Marchesini. He debuted on stage at seventeen years old and, taking the road into variety shows as a chansonnier, a fantasist and impersonator, he became an international celebrity when he replaced Maurice Chevalier at the Folies-Bergère in Paris.