Pastorelle , 6 Palmi Zampogna Zampogna Italian Bagpipe: Pastorelle , Novena, "Lento", sei palmi zampogna, made by Citero of Cilento Charlie Rutan, Philadelphia
kalukapu mu serri tin cardia , zampogna mandola concerto
Lu Gattu la Sonava la Zampogna Alpha ecstasis and fogue chant recorded for the Ecstasia trance class. Class taught by Julia Zay.. For more info visit: or /group/Ecstasia Lu Gattu la Sonava la Zampogna Lu gattu la sonava la zampogna, Lu sorce la davanti je ballava, La gallinella rifacea lu lettu, E lu galletu je lu mesticava. Quante canzoni e quante canzonette! La famijola me le fa scordane. Chi vole scarpe e chi vole carzette? Chi su la mezzanotte volo pane? E mo che me credea dave finitu, E chi vopija moje e che maritu? Lu Gattu la Sonava la Zampogna (In English) The cat was playing the bagpipe, The mouse was dancing before him, The hen was making the bed, And the *** was plumping the matress. What a lot of songs and ditties! Enough to make me forget my little family. And who wants shoes and socks? And who wants bread at midnight? And now, just when I thought I had finished, Who wants to take a wife and who seeks a husband?
Zampogna: The Soul of Southern Italy Q&A Question and Answer session after a screening of the documentary film, Zampogna: The Soul of Southern Italy. Director David Marker discusses aspects of the film. Kansas City Film Fest 2010.
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Pat & Stanley - Dudelsack
La zampogna October 2008, going to Ottobrata Zafferanese: "La zampogna" (The bagpipe) performed by Fabio Salmeri
Calabrian Zampogna or Surdulina The first Pipe is a copy of one made in the 1920s by Giorgio Stella of Helper, Utah. The second Pipe is an original Zampogna from an unknown, deceased Zampognaro who had lived in upper state New York. It is the largest size of this type of Zampogna that Sean has ever seen.
International Festival della Zampogna, Scapoli A traditional Southern Italian group playing various folk instruments in Scapoli, Molise.
zampogna ceramedda a paru Pastorale , ricottara , Tarantella RC
Tarantella Zampogna e Tamburello a Mosorrofa Cantina "Cantina Gustinu Bilica Mosorrofa"
zampogna in notturna
Stefano Zampogna, il playmaker
carlos nunes e la zampogna carlos nunes suona la zampogna
zampogna on the lake pasquetta 2007, suonata all'imbrunire
TAO - The Anonymous Orchestra - Zampognari in Roma Traditional "zampogna" and "piffero" music from the Italian Central Appennines Mountains. Roma, Campo de' Fiori. December 2008 This is Another World Production New York by Paolo Paci
oreste zampogna angelica tamburello zampogna e tamburello
zampogna d'ebano Scapoli Molise
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Dram plays the Zampogna At George Square Piping Live Glasgow 2009 Zampogna - Italian bag pipes. Roving Italian bag pipers would make their way up to Sweden to entertain people with their zampogna playing. Erik demonstrates some of the music that this instrument is known for.
trallallero Folk music played on a keyed 28 Italian bagpipe.
Zampogna 2 Bagpipe Zampogna Italian Philadelphia Pipes Natale Christmas
Zampogna a chiave sonata cu peppinu
Dram - Zampogna Intro Zampogna - Italian bag pipes. Roving Italian bag pipers would make their way up to Sweden to entertain people with their zampogna playing. Erik demonstrates some of the music that this instrument is known for.
Boismortier Concerto for Zampogna This is the all three movements from Boismortier's Concerto for Zampogna, performed by Herve Niquet and Le Concert Spirituel.
♫ Christina Pluhar ♪ Lu Gattu la sonava la zampogna ♫ from the abum "La Tarantella: Antidotum Tarantulae" (2004) VISCONTI TAROTS Those who believe that the art of miniature painting disappeared at the end of the Middle Ages couldnt be more wrong. In Eastern Europe this refined technique continues today, so much so that it is still being taught in art schools. Even if miniature painting is more or less confined to monastic centers, there are a few artists who modernize it by producing original works. One of these is Atanas Alexander Atanassov, a brilliant Bulgarian painter to whom Lo Scarabeo has entrusted the difficult task of reproducing what is definitely the most famous deck of miniature cards: the Visconti-Sforza Tarot. Today, the originals are partially housed at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York, partially at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, and partially in the private collection of the Colleoni family of Bergamo. This work was realized shortly after 1450 by an unknown Lombard artist, perhaps connected with the school of Francesco Zavattari, on behalf of the new Lord of Milan Francesco Sforza (†1466) who had recently risen to power following his marriage to Bianca Maria Visconti, natural daughter of Duke Filippo Maria (†1447). Unfortunately the deck divided between Bergamo and New York is incomplete, lacking four cards: the Devil, Tower, 3 of Swords, and the Knight of Pentacles. The missing figures were inspired by ***ogous figures of that time; in particular, the artist based the Devil and the Tower on the ...
ZAMPOGNARI di FILADELFIA Dec 6 2008 @ Smithsonian Renwick Grand Salon, Washington DC
Zampogna fatata: DISCANTO a Vasto I DISCANTO A VASTO
Zampogna: The Soul of Southern Italy FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: Zampogna: The Soul of Southern Italy. A feature length documentary film about Southern Italian culture told through its indigenous folk music. The film focuses on how these traditions are dealing with the rapid changes in local economy and the homogenizing effect globalization has on local culture. Filmed by an Italian American rediscovering his family's roots, the film takes the viewer on an odyssey through remote regions in Sicily, Calabria, Campania and Molise introducing the people who carry on these ancient traditions that most Italian Americans are completely unaware of. The Zampogna - the Italian bagpipe is the physical manifestation of this culture, its music representing the spirit and vitality of the Southern Italian. I-Italy Article: www.i- An article about the film (scroll to bottom of page): UPCOMING SCREENINGS: John D. Calandra Institute - Sept. 29th 2010 at 6pm. qcpages.qc.cuny.edu Kansas City Film Fest - April 16th at 7:30 pm.
Italian Bagpipes - Surdulina & Zampogna A small clip from the International Bagpipe Festival in Strakonice, August 2006. The ensemble is called "Calamus", it hales from Calabria. The zampogna is the traditional bagpipe of southern Italy. It has 3-5 sounding pipes with double reeds, two of the pipes are chanters, the rest drones. A common tuning is f#'-g'-a'-h'-c''-d'' for the right chanter, gah-c'-d' for the right and d' for the drone (additional drones can be in d, d'' or g). The surdulina (first instrument on the video) is a smaller form of the zampogna (surdu means "deaf" in Calabrian) with single beating reeds. The tuning is ie f'-g'-a'-b'c' for the right chanter, d'-e'-f'-g' for the left one (the end is closed) and c'/c'' for the drones.
Zampogna Magna II Zampogna Magna II. Zampona Maña. Gaita de membrana. Membrane pipe. plasticfanpiper
Valvori - Zampogna in Bar 20.12.2008 The local zampogna players have just come into a bar in Valvori while doing their rounds...
Ciaramedda zampogna siciliana
Novena, Zampogna 2009 Baccalaureate for UMKC Law graduation.
zampogna e tamburello Megali ellada sonata a ballu peppe e timoty
zampogna , Kalukapu , ceramedda a moderna , Traditional Musi sonata
Organetto Vs Zampogna 10/07/2010
zampogna in RE ZAMPOGNA IN RE
Gaetano La Zampogna in processione