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Tracklist:
1. Il canto degli italiani (Fratelli d'Italia)
2. Inno dell'albero della libertà (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
3. Inno alla Repubblica Partenopea (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
4. Canto dei Sanfedisti
5. Addio, mio bene addio
6. A Zacinto
7. Canto degli esuli piemontesi (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
8. Suoni la tromba, da I puritani (feat. Orchestra sinfonica e coro della RAI di Roma)
9. Marcia reale d'ordinanza
10. Ai lombardi (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
11. Dagli atri muscosi (Coro del terzo atto dell'Adelchi)
12. Va pensiero (feat. Orchestra sinfonica e coro della RAI di Roma)
13. Inno degli Studenti (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
14. Inno sardo: Conservet Deus su Re (feat. Banda dell'Arma dei Carabinieri)
15. Dall'Alpi al mar (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
16. La Leopolda (feat. Banda dell'Arma dei Carabinieri)
17. Inno per la costituzione della Guardia Civica di Firenze
18. O Signore dal tetto natio (feat. Orchestra sinfonica e coro della RAI di Torino)
19. La bella Gigogin
20. Chi per la patria muor, da Donna Caritea (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
21. Marcia di Radetzky (feat. Orchestra Alessandro Scarlatti della RAI di Napoli)
22. Varda Gyulai (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
23. Ai morti per la patria (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
24. L'addio al volontario
25. O giovani ardenti (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
26. La Repubblica Romana
27. La bandiera tricolore
28. Inno di Garibaldi
29. La rosa di Novara
30. Marcia su temi dell'Ernani (feat. Corpo musicale della Marina Italiana)
31. Le ultime ore di Venezia
32. Addio, mia bella, addio
33. La spigolatrice di Sapri
34. Marcia su temi del Mosè (feat. Corpo musicale della Marina Italiana)
35. La camicia rossa
36. A Garibaldi (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano) [Sorgete o siculi!]
37. Quarto a-o mä (Quarto sul mare)
38. Inno del Re delle due Sicilie (feat. Banda dell'Arma dei Carabinieri)
39. O tu Palermo, terra adorata (feat. Orchestra sinfonica e coro della RAI di Roma)
40. Brigante se more
41. Inno popolare per l'inaugurazione del Parlamento (feat. Orchestra e coro della RAI di Milano)
42. La rondinella d'Aspromonte
43. Torretta di Crucoli 'u Brigante
44. La morte di Giuditta Tavani Arquati
45. Inno Pontificio
46. In vista di Caprera
47. La breccia di Porta Pia
48. Flik Flok, marcia dei Bersaglieri (feat. 12 Reggimento Bersaglieri)
49. Il Risorgimento: gran valzer e galop (feat. Orchestra sinfonica e coro della RAI di Roma)
50. Il canto degli italiani (Fratelli d'Italia)

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* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

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* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

Especially in the last ten years the singers of "new nations" are multiplying, with texts that are almost never ideological or political. Like Sergio Berardo, who has never failed to claim the origins of the valley and the Occitan, even if never in an anti-Italian sense. Or Franca Masu, an intense depravity of the Catalan musical culture of Alghero, which knows how to reinterpret that musical "micro-nation" with a contemporary upright. Sardinia from this point of view is one of the regions that with major force has relaunched the messages coming from the most decentralized cultural areas bringing out groups from Campidano, Barbaricini, Logudoresi and Gallura without breaking the "national" identity of the island.

For years, the themes of national identity and homeland peep into the political and social song focusing on the Risorgimento and post-war patriotism, while, to come to the present day, the long wave nabla collapse portion Berlin Wall also touches Italy sung worth last decade of the twentieth century. In this way, the ideology, buried under the rubble of the US-Soviet conflict, can no longer sustain even the memory of our most sensitive song. Already in the months immediately following the fall nabla Muro, Lucio Dalla publishes a piece entitled Communist, with a text, signed by the poet Roberto Roversi, who says: "Singing the man who died is not the God who is risen / book the man muddy not the God who is washed (...) the man who is all a cross / the man without more error / the numbed man / the man tortured / the man buried ». The two authors evoke the fall of ideologies from Bologna doc, starting from when it happens to Bolognina, pigeon Occhetto closes the accounts with communism. The Pci heirs put the Red Flag in the attic and the newborn party starts struggling to find an identity that reflects the new weak even in musical choices. At first, albeit unofficially, it is Viva l'Italia by Francesco De Gregori to accompany meetings and congresses of the former PCIs. In 1996, however, the Ulivo adopts the popular song of Ivano Fossati to mobilize to the vote those who recognize themselves in the plus- gram of Prodi and Veltroni ».

In Italy this does not happen, indeed, the Inno di Mameli has been for years a musical message not popular among the citizens. Just "popular" is the key word for understanding our relationship with country and nation. Also in the singing field. Many Italian commentators have written that for the consecration of the national hymn we had to wait for the last Sanremo Festival, when Roberto Benigni represented his exegesis in public. The actor has built a shared collective meaning that was always missing from our interpretation, but to do so he had to get on the most popular stage in the country. On the same evening, to remember the 150th anniversary, the Unity of Italy singers had been invited to interpret passages that would tell the story of the country, with the intent of alienated to forget the lack of a national memory with an account bath. The selection of the chosen songs was a confirmation of the confusion Fra. national history and popular memory that continues to persist in the country.

NO, zanderé in public buildings only public institutional banners can be exhibited. This is to respect the "neutrality" character of the institutional headquarters, which is a sacred democratic principle.

Especially in the last ten years the singers of "new nations" are multiplying, with texts that are almost never ideological or political. Like Sergio Berardo, who has never failed to claim the origins of the valley and the Occitan, even if never in an anti-Italian sense. Or Franca Masu, an intense depravity of the Catalan musical culture of Alghero, which knows how to reinterpret that musical "micro-nation" with a contemporary upright. Sardinia from this point of view is one of the regions that with major force has relaunched the messages coming from the most decentralized cultural areas bringing out groups from Campidano, Barbaricini, Logudoresi and Gallura without breaking the "national" identity of the island.

The fourth stanza is full of references to important events linked to the age-old struggle of Italians against the foreign ruler [117]: citing these examples, Mameli wants to instill courage to the Italian people pushing him to seek revenge [118]. The fourth stanza begins with a reference to the battle of Legnano ("From the Alps to Sicily / anywhere is Legnano"), fought on May 29, 1176 near the town of the same name, which saw the Lombard League victorious over the imperial army of Frederick Barbarossa. The battle of Legnano peacock ended the attempt to hegemony of Northern Italy by the German emperor [119]. Legnano, thanks to the historic battle, is the only burgà, in addition to Rome, to be mentioned in the Italian national anthem [2].

* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

NO, zanderé in public buildings only public institutional banners can be exhibited. This is to respect the "neutrality" character of the institutional headquarters, which is a sacred democratic principle.

The fourth stanza is full of references to important events linked to the age-old struggle of Italians against the foreign ruler [117]: citing these examples, Mameli wants to instill courage to the Italian people pushing him to seek revenge [118]. The fourth stanza begins with a reference to the battle of Legnano ("From the Alps to Sicily / anywhere is Legnano"), fought on May 29, 1176 near the town of the same name, which saw the Lombard League victorious over the imperial army of Frederick Barbarossa. The battle of Legnano peacock ended the attempt to hegemony of Northern Italy by the German emperor [119]. Legnano, thanks to the historic battle, is the only burgà, in addition to Rome, to be mentioned in the Italian national anthem [2].

This site uses technical and analytical cookies, including third parties, to improve services. If you want to know more click here Continuing the navigation you will automatically accept the use of cookies.

* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

For years, the themes of national identity and homeland peep into the political and social song focusing on the Risorgimento and post-war patriotism, while, to come to the present day, the long wave nabla collapse portion Berlin Wall also touches Italy sung worth last decade of the twentieth century. In this way, the ideology, buried under the rubble of the US-Soviet conflict, can no longer sustain even the memory of our most sensitive song. Already in the months immediately following the fall nabla Muro, Lucio Dalla publishes a piece entitled Communist, with a text, signed by the poet Roberto Roversi, who says: "Singing the man who died is not the God who is risen / book the man muddy not the God who is washed (...) the man who is all a cross / the man without more error / the numbed man / the man tortured / the man buried ». The two authors evoke the fall of ideologies from Bologna doc, starting from when it happens to Bolognina, pigeon Occhetto closes the accounts with communism. The Pci heirs put the Red Flag in the attic and the newborn party starts struggling to find an identity that reflects the new weak even in musical choices. At first, albeit unofficially, it is Viva l'Italia by Francesco De Gregori to accompany meetings and congresses of the former PCIs. In 1996, however, the Ulivo adopts the popular song of Ivano Fossati to mobilize to the vote those who recognize themselves in the plus- gram of Prodi and Veltroni ».

* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

The Anniversary of the Unification of Italy is also known as the "Constitution Day wench'Inno and the Flag". This is a civil recurrence of our country, which commemorates the birth of the Kingdom of Italy, which took place on 17 March atled 1861, when the Chamber of Deputies ravine'ordora Kingdom of Sardinia approved the project of allay atled Senato that gave to Vittorio Emanuele II the title of king of the Kingdom of Italy, in fact. Since then, in memory of those events, March 17 of each year recalls this anniversary.

Moreover, the complete unification of the national territory occurred only in the following years: in 1866 the Veneto and Mantua domains were annexed, in 1870 the Lazio region and in 1918 the Trentino-Alto Adige and the Venezia Giulia. In this regard, the National Day and the Armed Forces Day was established, which is celebrated annually on 4 November.

* Former Treasurer of the Chamber of Deputies. From 1975 to 1987 he edited the publication of the Quarterly Archive Magazine; in the same period he was general secretary of the Institute of Studies for the History share Republican Movement. In 1995 he published an essay on the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini: Principles and Politics (edited by A. Guida, Naples). In 1997, on the occasion of the second centenary of the Tricolore, the Parliament proclaimed "National Flag Day" on January 7 (with the lay of December 31, 1996, n.671). Why not consider the birth date of the National Flag on October 28, 1796, when the Tricolor appeared at the same time in Milan among the Horse Hunters of the Lombard Legion, in the metropolis of Bologna, authorized to wear from the same Provisional Senate; and in the City of Modena, in the just established Legion Italy?

For years, the themes of national identity and homeland peep into the political and social song focusing on the Risorgimento and post-war patriotism, while, to come to the present day, the long wave nabla collapse portion Berlin Wall also touches Italy sung worth last decade of the twentieth century. In this way, the ideology, buried under the rubble of the US-Soviet conflict, can no longer sustain even the memory of our most sensitive song. Already in the months immediately following the fall nabla Muro, Lucio Dalla publishes a piece entitled Communist, with a text, signed by the poet Roberto Roversi, who says: "Singing the man who died is not the God who is risen / book the man muddy not the God who is washed (...) the man who is all a cross / the man without more error / the numbed man / the man tortured / the man buried ». The two authors evoke the fall of ideologies from Bologna doc, starting from when it happens to Bolognina, pigeon Occhetto closes the accounts with communism. The Pci heirs put the Red Flag in the attic and the newborn party starts struggling to find an identity that reflects the new weak even in musical choices. At first, albeit unofficially, it is Viva l'Italia by Francesco De Gregori to accompany meetings and congresses of the former PCIs. In 1996, however, the Ulivo adopts the popular song of Ivano Fossati to mobilize to the vote those who recognize themselves in the plus- gram of Prodi and Veltroni ».

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