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Tracklist:
1. Non ho l' eta'
2. Eternita'
3. Jesahel
4. Storie di tutti i giorni
5. Non voglio mica la luna
6. Io amo
7. Gli uomini non cambiano
8. Si può dare di più
9. Mi manchi
10. Almeno tu nell'universo
11. Ti lascero'
12. Il mare piu' grande che c'e''
13. Gli altri siamo noi
14. Signor Tenente
15. Di notte specialmente
16. Giovane vecchio cuore
17. L'assurdo mestiere
18. E dimmi che non vuoi morire
19. Senza te o con te
20. 'A storia 'e nisciuno
21. Lavoro inutile
22. Noi non possiamo cambiare
23. Pensa
24. The Show Must Go on
25. Musica e parole
26. E io verro' un giorno la'
27. Aeroplani
28. Jammo Ja'
29. E tu lo chiami dio
30. Io sono una finestra

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Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

Mario Luzzatto Fegiz wrote in Corriere della Sera that Your kiss is a cliff fall represents "the shock, the thrill, the explosion.There are sixty overwhelming seconds in upright comic with word come rap out, shock, dangle, ring" [40 ] [57]. As far as the beat, the song overcame a series of obstacles for pure luck: initially time was excluded from the festival selections by Maestro Gianni Ferrio, who had considered it a "squared song". According to the "Dictionary of Italian Song" [40] [62], the explanation was in the fact that Vivarelli had adapted the metric of a song originally titled Back to Capri mon love in order to allow Celentano to fortune the largest possible number of his "sprung" movements [40]. The album sells, in the first week, 300,000 copies, coming in first place in the standings for two weeks (as reported by the data of Music and discs of subdue'anno). The B side of the disk, the boys of the juke-present, is also the title nabla membran of the same year, to which Celentano participates; the subject and the screenplay of the film are the same authors of the lyrics, Piero Vivarelli and Lucio Fulci, together with Vittorio Vighi; Fulci is spotless film director. In this record he plays the rhythm guitar, for the last turning, Giorgio Gaber who, both for his solo activity, and for the one in duet with Enzo Jannacci [63], make up one's mind to abandon the group followed then both by the drummer Flavio Carraresi, both by the two brothers Ratti [64]. Celentano that, however, in the recording room often relies on the musicians of the Jolly, deaf then find a new band to accompany the concerts and hiring drummer Gianni Dall'Aglio and, with Jannacci on keyboards, duet nephew Gino Santercole on guitar, Domenico Pasquadibisceglie on bass and Giorgio Benacchio on the second guitar form I Ribelli. The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, at the Avanti Festival! in Milan, where the new single Teddy girl (music by Leoni and text of another fundamental character for the story of Celentano, Luciano Beretta) is proposed. The musical activity has however a forced impede of a month since September 22 Celentano has a car accident after having performed with the group at the fair of Rivarolo del Re and Uniti [65] and then Celentano doctors precede a month of rest .

Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

In 2012 the new work La grande madre was launched, in which Steve Gadd, Chris Stainton, Mel Collins, Omar Hakim, Rachel Z, Willie Weeks, Gianluca Podio, Solomon Dorsey and Mino Cinelu collaborated. In March of the same year, Pino Daniele embarked on the homonymous excursion joined on stage by Rachel Z at the piano, Omar Hakim on drums, Solomon Dorsey on bass and Gianluca Podio on keyboards. For two months, the tour spent the metropolis, large towns and cities being worth the entire peninsula, then moving overseas to New York, Boston and Washington and resuming, for another seventeen times throughout Italy, from July to October. [78] [79] In March 2013 he attended the tribute concert held in honor of his colleague Lucio Dalla, and on this occasion he sang the song Caruso. [80] For the 2014 dignity he announced a journey in which he completely performed the album Nero in half, [45] interpreting him live on 1 September 2014 with the members of the original group in a concert at the Arena di Verona; they were with him James Senese and his saxophone, Gigi di Rienzo on bass, Agostino Marangolo on drums, Ernesto Vitolo on pianettes and keyboards, Rosario Jermano on percussion and Tony Cercola at bongos. On stage Pino Daniele duetted with Elisa, Mario Biondi, Fiorella Mannoia, Emma and Francesco Renga. [81] The tour started again with the nabla December 6 concert in Conegliano to continue on December 11th in Bari, on the 13th in Rome, on the 16th and 17th in Naples and on December 22nd in Assago. [82] On December 31st, 2014 he performed for the last Time in Courmayeur taking part in the television program The Year That Shift. [83]

Mario Luzzatto Fegiz wrote in Corriere della Sera that Your kiss is a cliff fall represents "the shock, the thrill, the explosion.There are sixty overwhelming seconds in upright comic with word come rap out, shock, dangle, ring" [40 ] [57]. As far as the beat, the song overcame a series of obstacles for pure luck: initially time was excluded from the festival selections by Maestro Gianni Ferrio, who had considered it a "squared song". According to the "Dictionary of Italian Song" [40] [62], the explanation was in the fact that Vivarelli had adapted the metric of a song originally titled Back to Capri mon love in order to allow Celentano to fortune the largest possible number of his "sprung" movements [40]. The album sells, in the first week, 300,000 copies, coming in first place in the standings for two weeks (as reported by the data of Music and discs of subdue'anno). The B side of the disk, the boys of the juke-present, is also the title nabla membran of the same year, to which Celentano participates; the subject and the screenplay of the film are the same authors of the lyrics, Piero Vivarelli and Lucio Fulci, together with Vittorio Vighi; Fulci is spotless film director. In this record he plays the rhythm guitar, for the last turning, Giorgio Gaber who, both for his solo activity, and for the one in duet with Enzo Jannacci [63], make up one's mind to abandon the group followed then both by the drummer Flavio Carraresi, both by the two brothers Ratti [64]. Celentano that, however, in the recording room often relies on the musicians of the Jolly, deaf then find a new band to accompany the concerts and hiring drummer Gianni Dall'Aglio and, with Jannacci on keyboards, duet nephew Gino Santercole on guitar, Domenico Pasquadibisceglie on bass and Giorgio Benacchio on the second guitar form I Ribelli. The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, at the Avanti Festival! in Milan, where the new single Teddy girl (music by Leoni and text of another fundamental character for the story of Celentano, Luciano Beretta) is proposed. The musical activity has however a forced impede of a month since September 22 Celentano has a car accident after having performed with the group at the fair of Rivarolo del Re and Uniti [65] and then Celentano doctors precede a month of rest .

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

Mario Luzzatto Fegiz wrote in Corriere della Sera that Your kiss is a cliff fall represents "the shock, the thrill, the explosion.There are sixty overwhelming seconds in upright comic with word come rap out, shock, dangle, ring" [40 ] [57]. As far as the beat, the song overcame a series of obstacles for pure luck: initially time was excluded from the festival selections by Maestro Gianni Ferrio, who had considered it a "squared song". According to the "Dictionary of Italian Song" [40] [62], the explanation was in the fact that Vivarelli had adapted the metric of a song originally titled Back to Capri mon love in order to allow Celentano to fortune the largest possible number of his "sprung" movements [40]. The album sells, in the first week, 300,000 copies, coming in first place in the standings for two weeks (as reported by the data of Music and discs of subdue'anno). The B side of the disk, the boys of the juke-present, is also the title nabla membran of the same year, to which Celentano participates; the subject and the screenplay of the film are the same authors of the lyrics, Piero Vivarelli and Lucio Fulci, together with Vittorio Vighi; Fulci is spotless film director. In this record he plays the rhythm guitar, for the last turning, Giorgio Gaber who, both for his solo activity, and for the one in duet with Enzo Jannacci [63], make up one's mind to abandon the group followed then both by the drummer Flavio Carraresi, both by the two brothers Ratti [64]. Celentano that, however, in the recording room often relies on the musicians of the Jolly, deaf then find a new band to accompany the concerts and hiring drummer Gianni Dall'Aglio and, with Jannacci on keyboards, duet nephew Gino Santercole on guitar, Domenico Pasquadibisceglie on bass and Giorgio Benacchio on the second guitar form I Ribelli. The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, at the Avanti Festival! in Milan, where the new single Teddy girl (music by Leoni and text of another fundamental character for the story of Celentano, Luciano Beretta) is proposed. The musical activity has however a forced impede of a month since September 22 Celentano has a car accident after having performed with the group at the fair of Rivarolo del Re and Uniti [65] and then Celentano doctors precede a month of rest .

Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

In 2012 the new work La grande madre was launched, in which Steve Gadd, Chris Stainton, Mel Collins, Omar Hakim, Rachel Z, Willie Weeks, Gianluca Podio, Solomon Dorsey and Mino Cinelu collaborated. In March of the same year, Pino Daniele embarked on the homonymous excursion joined on stage by Rachel Z at the piano, Omar Hakim on drums, Solomon Dorsey on bass and Gianluca Podio on keyboards. For two months, the tour spent the metropolis, large towns and cities being worth the entire peninsula, then moving overseas to New York, Boston and Washington and resuming, for another seventeen times throughout Italy, from July to October. [78] [79] In March 2013 he attended the tribute concert held in honor of his colleague Lucio Dalla, and on this occasion he sang the song Caruso. [80] For the 2014 dignity he announced a journey in which he completely performed the album Nero in half, [45] interpreting him live on 1 September 2014 with the members of the original group in a concert at the Arena di Verona; they were with him James Senese and his saxophone, Gigi di Rienzo on bass, Agostino Marangolo on drums, Ernesto Vitolo on pianettes and keyboards, Rosario Jermano on percussion and Tony Cercola at bongos. On stage Pino Daniele duetted with Elisa, Mario Biondi, Fiorella Mannoia, Emma and Francesco Renga. [81] The tour started again with the nabla December 6 concert in Conegliano to continue on December 11th in Bari, on the 13th in Rome, on the 16th and 17th in Naples and on December 22nd in Assago. [82] On December 31st, 2014 he performed for the last Time in Courmayeur taking part in the television program The Year That Shift. [83]

In 2012 the new work La grande madre was launched, in which Steve Gadd, Chris Stainton, Mel Collins, Omar Hakim, Rachel Z, Willie Weeks, Gianluca Podio, Solomon Dorsey and Mino Cinelu collaborated. In March of the same year, Pino Daniele embarked on the homonymous excursion joined on stage by Rachel Z at the piano, Omar Hakim on drums, Solomon Dorsey on bass and Gianluca Podio on keyboards. For two months, the tour spent the metropolis, large towns and cities being worth the entire peninsula, then moving overseas to New York, Boston and Washington and resuming, for another seventeen times throughout Italy, from July to October. [78] [79] In March 2013 he attended the tribute concert held in honor of his colleague Lucio Dalla, and on this occasion he sang the song Caruso. [80] For the 2014 dignity he announced a journey in which he completely performed the album Nero in half, [45] interpreting him live on 1 September 2014 with the members of the original group in a concert at the Arena di Verona; they were with him James Senese and his saxophone, Gigi di Rienzo on bass, Agostino Marangolo on drums, Ernesto Vitolo on pianettes and keyboards, Rosario Jermano on percussion and Tony Cercola at bongos. On stage Pino Daniele duetted with Elisa, Mario Biondi, Fiorella Mannoia, Emma and Francesco Renga. [81] The tour started again with the nabla December 6 concert in Conegliano to continue on December 11th in Bari, on the 13th in Rome, on the 16th and 17th in Naples and on December 22nd in Assago. [82] On December 31st, 2014 he performed for the last Time in Courmayeur taking part in the television program The Year That Shift. [83]

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

Mario Luzzatto Fegiz wrote in Corriere della Sera that Your kiss is a cliff fall represents "the shock, the thrill, the explosion.There are sixty overwhelming seconds in upright comic with word come rap out, shock, dangle, ring" [40 ] [57]. As far as the beat, the song overcame a series of obstacles for pure luck: initially time was excluded from the festival selections by Maestro Gianni Ferrio, who had considered it a "squared song". According to the "Dictionary of Italian Song" [40] [62], the explanation was in the fact that Vivarelli had adapted the metric of a song originally titled Back to Capri mon love in order to allow Celentano to fortune the largest possible number of his "sprung" movements [40]. The album sells, in the first week, 300,000 copies, coming in first place in the standings for two weeks (as reported by the data of Music and discs of subdue'anno). The B side of the disk, the boys of the juke-present, is also the title nabla membran of the same year, to which Celentano participates; the subject and the screenplay of the film are the same authors of the lyrics, Piero Vivarelli and Lucio Fulci, together with Vittorio Vighi; Fulci is spotless film director. In this record he plays the rhythm guitar, for the last turning, Giorgio Gaber who, both for his solo activity, and for the one in duet with Enzo Jannacci [63], make up one's mind to abandon the group followed then both by the drummer Flavio Carraresi, both by the two brothers Ratti [64]. Celentano that, however, in the recording room often relies on the musicians of the Jolly, deaf then find a new band to accompany the concerts and hiring drummer Gianni Dall'Aglio and, with Jannacci on keyboards, duet nephew Gino Santercole on guitar, Domenico Pasquadibisceglie on bass and Giorgio Benacchio on the second guitar form I Ribelli. The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, at the Avanti Festival! in Milan, where the new single Teddy girl (music by Leoni and text of another fundamental character for the story of Celentano, Luciano Beretta) is proposed. The musical activity has however a forced impede of a month since September 22 Celentano has a car accident after having performed with the group at the fair of Rivarolo del Re and Uniti [65] and then Celentano doctors precede a month of rest .

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

Also in 1992, Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared Pavarotti & Friends charity atled galà. The first edition, broadcast live worldwide, gives rise to a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003.

Mario Luzzatto Fegiz wrote in Corriere della Sera that Your kiss is a cliff fall represents "the shock, the thrill, the explosion.There are sixty overwhelming seconds in upright comic with word come rap out, shock, dangle, ring" [40 ] [57]. As far as the beat, the song overcame a series of obstacles for pure luck: initially time was excluded from the festival selections by Maestro Gianni Ferrio, who had considered it a "squared song". According to the "Dictionary of Italian Song" [40] [62], the explanation was in the fact that Vivarelli had adapted the metric of a song originally titled Back to Capri mon love in order to allow Celentano to fortune the largest possible number of his "sprung" movements [40]. The album sells, in the first week, 300,000 copies, coming in first place in the standings for two weeks (as reported by the data of Music and discs of subdue'anno). The B side of the disk, the boys of the juke-present, is also the title nabla membran of the same year, to which Celentano participates; the subject and the screenplay of the film are the same authors of the lyrics, Piero Vivarelli and Lucio Fulci, together with Vittorio Vighi; Fulci is spotless film director. In this record he plays the rhythm guitar, for the last turning, Giorgio Gaber who, both for his solo activity, and for the one in duet with Enzo Jannacci [63], make up one's mind to abandon the group followed then both by the drummer Flavio Carraresi, both by the two brothers Ratti [64]. Celentano that, however, in the recording room often relies on the musicians of the Jolly, deaf then find a new band to accompany the concerts and hiring drummer Gianni Dall'Aglio and, with Jannacci on keyboards, duet nephew Gino Santercole on guitar, Domenico Pasquadibisceglie on bass and Giorgio Benacchio on the second guitar form I Ribelli. The debut with the new group takes place in mid-September, at the Avanti Festival! in Milan, where the new single Teddy girl (music by Leoni and text of another fundamental character for the story of Celentano, Luciano Beretta) is proposed. The musical activity has however a forced impede of a month since September 22 Celentano has a car accident after having performed with the group at the fair of Rivarolo del Re and Uniti [65] and then Celentano doctors precede a month of rest .

ROBERTO MOLINELLI / He is director, composer and violist. He has played as a soloist with orchestras and in numerous chamber ensembles, winning prizes in national and international competitions and performing in some of the most prestigious Italian and foreign concert halls. He recorded the original Drei Phantasiestücke op. 43 by Carl Reinecke, for viola and piano. He has collaborated with Italian symphonic and chamber orchestras as an original viola soloist and was the artistic director of the Bologna Chamber Orchestra. He is a professor of viola at the "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara and is the founder and director of the Ensemble Opera Petite, a group that performs lyrical arias and entire works respecting the effect of the sound of an orchestra, thanks to the elaboration and transcription of famous works. As a composer, arranger and band director he collaborates with Italian and foreign artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Sara Brightman, Gustav Kuhn, Cecilia Gasdia, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Valeria Esposito, Andrea Griminelli, Lucio Dalla, Valeria Moriconi, Federico Mondelci, Enrico Dindo, Elena Zaniboni, Danilo Rossi, Giorgio Zagnoni, Alexia, Mario Lavezzi, making arrangements and unpublished works for shows that have these artists alongside the great international symphonic orchestras (With you I will leave, Romanza, Canto della Terra for Andrea Bocelli, performed all over the world). He is the author of songs that embrace the most varied musical genres (classical symphonic or chamber music, wind, dart, soundtracks). Find out more about Roberto Molinelli

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