Targa Quirici 2010; Premio Bindi 2010; Articoli precedenti. 21 febbraio 1982. The former contained a personal version of Eroina ("Heroin") by the Genoese poet Riccardo Mannerini, entitled "Cantico dei drogati" ("Canticle of the Junkies"). Fabrizio De André e PFM. #caos #stabile #riflessioni #de andr ... Al contrario vorrei che cambiasse un po’ il mondo, che è sempre stupidamente uguale, monotono, assurdamente e inutilmente cattivo. The album was very controversial, especially the song Il testamento di Tito ("Titus's Will"), in which one of the thieves crucified with Jesus violently refutes the Ten Commandments. Fabrizio De André, the revered Italian singer/songwriter, created a deep and enduring body of work over the course of his career from the 1960s through the 1990s. "They were the real prisoners, not me", he said. A new series of well received live concerts followed, from which a double LP, 1991 concerti ("Concerts 1991"), was issued. View interactive tab. Fabrizio De André ~ Caos Stabile. That man was called Jesus of Nazareth. In 1997, he undertook a new tour of theatre concerts and a new collection, called M'innamoravo di tutto, was issued (I Used to Fall in Love with Everything, a quote from one of his older songs, "Coda di Lupo" – "Wolf's Tail"), focusing on his earlier works. Via del Campo c'è una bambina con le labbra color rugiada gli occhi grigi come la strada nascon fiori dove cammina. Buon sangue non mente. When I wrote the album I didn't want to venture into roads or paths that would be difficult for me to travel on, such as metaphysics or even theology, first of all because I don't understand anything about those, secondly because I always thought that if God did not exist we should invent Him, which is exactly what Man has done ever since he set foot on Earth. caduti di tutte le guerre", appena passati sotto l'archivolto della "Galleria Montino" proseguire per c.a. No svako pravilo (pa i ovo moje zatucano) ima iznimku. 20 metri facendo attenzione al cartello segnaletico del "campo 22" chiaramente visibile sulla sinistra, del viale che si sta percorrendo. Fabrizio De André's name began to be associated with literature and poetry, and some of his songs found their way into school books. (Dal programma di Paolo Poli, "Babau", 1970) Fabrizio Cristiano De André (Italian pronunciation: [faˈbrittsjo de anˈdre]; 18 February 1940 – 11 January 1999) was an Italian singer-songwriter.. De André was born in Genoa, Liguria, Italy. Furthermore, he always viewed his live shows as either a "necessary evil" or as a job. With this album, he broke with "tradition" to find a new approach to poetry and music. , Livio Gatti Bottoglia, Non al denaro, non all'amore né al cielo, mensile Civetta, marzo 1999, All information taken from clips included within, Learn how and when to remove this template message, The Adventures and Misadventures of Maqroll, historical live recordings from his 1979 tour with PFM, Fabrizio De André, un artista eterno in 10 canzoni, Fabrizio De André 20 anni dopo: Homo Faber (ma soprattutto poeta), Le 10 canzoni più famose di Fabrizio De Andrè, Cinque cantautori che hanno fatto la storia della musica italiana, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fabrizio_De_André&oldid=997020133, Articles with Italian-language sources (it), Articles needing additional references from April 2019, All articles needing additional references, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2012, Articles that may contain original research from May 2019, All articles that may contain original research, Wikipedia articles with CINII identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, classical guitar, Also in 2005, singer and multi-instrumentalist, In 2007, sound engineer Paolo Iafelice, one of De André's trusted collaborators in his later years (he took care of, In 2009, Cristiano De André took on an extensive tribute tour of Italy named, Also in 2011, British conductor, arranger and composer Geoff Westley, as part of his long curriculum of collaborations with Italian artists, wrote new orchestral arrangements for ten songs selected by Dori Ghezzi and himself from De André's entire career. Non è questa la sede per scoprire il perché i testi di Fabrizio De André possono essere considerati Poesia. Known for his sympathies towards anarchism, left-libertarianism and pacifism, his songs often featured marginalized and rebellious people, Romani, prostitutes and knaves, and attacked the Catholic Church hierarchy. Non oltrepassare il viadotto dell'acquedotto! Mancano la sua scrittura precisa e tagliente, il suo modo di soppesare le parole, il suo sguardo lucido sulle cose. 1975 marked a real change in De André's life: he began to perform in a series of memorable concerts (after his first performances of the early 1960s, he had always refused to appear in public, except for a couple of TV broadcasts) and planned to move to Sardinia with his new love. 32,317 views, added to favorites 1,042 times. La casa storica di Fabrizio De André è la tenuta de L’Agnata, che si trova in Sardegna. He showed compassion for some of his kidnappers, since he had been well treated by his "guardians" and declared his solidarity with them. ... Dove andiamo stasera? Distribuito da Nexo Digital Non oltrepassare il viadotto dell'acquedotto! Fabrizio De André esegue la versione originale de "Il Pescatore". In 1945, at the end of the war, the family moved back to Genoa, where the father became an important member of Genoa's ruling class, as CEO, and later chairman of Eridania, a sugar factory. But I think that everything around us has its own logic and this is a thought to which I turn when I'm in difficulty, perhaps giving the names I've learned as a child, maybe because I lack the imagination to find out other ones. Fabrizio De Andrè: raccolta di poesie e brani poetici di Fabrizio De Andrè. He had written a number of songs (like Preghiera in Gennaio, "Prayer in January", and Si chiamava Gesù, "His Name Was Jesus") in which he showed a Christian-like open-minded spirit and in the meantime invited the audience in his own delicate way to think about the manipulation of the church. Kantautor u rangu sa Balaševićem. I've not changed my mind, but it is certain that today swearing at least embarrasses me.. Fabrizio De André nasce il 18 febbraio 1940 nel quartiere genovese di Pegli, in via De Nicolay 12, dove, nel 2001, è stata posta una targa commemorativa dal Comune di Genova.. The album also included a number of his old songs from the 1960s. Facebook . There, the child Fabrizio befriended Giovanna "Nina" Manfieri, a girl of his same age, which was his constant companion during childhood, and whose memories were immortalized in "Ho visto Nina volare" ["I saw Nina flying"], one of De André's last songs. A moja iznimka je velikan: Fabrizio de André. In a 1998 concert at the Teatro Brancaccio in Rome, De André made the following statements about the album:. In 1992, he started a new series of live concerts, performing in a number of theatres for the first time. I genitori, sposati dal 1935, sono entrambi piemontesi e si sono trasferiti in Liguria dopo la nascita del primogenito Mauro (Torino, 26 maggio 1936 – Bogotà, 18 agosto 1989).  David Byrne named it as one of his favourite albums, and Wim Wenders said that it was this album that introduced him to the music of De André, whom the director names as one of his favourite artists. Following his early death several streets, places, parks, schools and public libraries were named after him.. That same year the couple had their first and only son, Cristiano, who would follow in his father's footsteps and become a musician and songwriter as well. [Il suonatore Jones] è l'unico personaggio che viene chiamato per nome, è l'unico che afferma di aver vissuto una vita lunga e serena, senza nemmeno un rimpianto. The attitude taken by De André against the political use of religion and the Church hierarchy is often sarcastic and highly critical about their contradictory behaviour, such as, for example, in the songs Un blasfemo, Il testamento di Tito, La ballata del Miché and the last verses of Bocca di rosa..  He contributed to the promotion of the languages of Italy, most notably Ligurian and, to a lesser extent, Sardinian, Gallurese and Neapolitan. As evidenced by the various live performance clips featured within the Dentro Faber documentary series (as noted above), De André was very shy and reserved throughout his career, even as a live performer – indeed, he started performing live only in 1975, with a concert residency at the famous "Bussola" nightclub in Viareggio, after having reached several high points in his career, because he did not feel confident enough to perform before a live audience. The song Hotel Supramonte, is dedicated to the kidnapping and to Dori Ghezzi, who was with him during those days. The songs are a tribute to the traditional music from the Mediterranean basin. Nažalost umro je 1999 - e pa se mogu pozdravit sa njegovim koncertima. I feel myself religious, and my religion is to feel part of a whole, in a chain that includes all creation and so to respect all elements, including plants and minerals, because, in my opinion, the balance is exactly given from the well-being in our surroundings. L'Indiano Tour Invernale '82. La solitudine può portare a forme straordinarie di libertà. The lyrics show how deep the influence of modern poetry is on De André's work. The album also contains one of his most famous songs, Fiume Sand Creek ("Sand Creek River"): in De André's unique, allusive way it tells the story of the massacre of defenseless Native Americans by US Army troops on 29 November 1864. dove sono andati i tempi di una volta per Giunone ... Dormi sepolto in un campo di grano non è la rosa non è il tulipano che ti fan veglia dall'ombra dei fossi ... Tutto Fabrizio De André was released in 1966 and is a compilation of singles released between 1961 and 1966.  Il concerto ritrovato è un film di genere documentario del 2019, diretto da Walter Veltroni. The following year, De André issued Canzoni ("Songs"), a collection of his translations from Georges Brassens, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. In molti mi hanno scritto chiedendo informazioni sul come trovare il luogo dove Fabrizio riposa. When the bandits were apprehended by the police, De André was called as a witness before the Court. E poi a un tratto l'amore scoppiò dappertutto. Fabrizio De André (18 February 1940 – 11 January 1999) was a leading Italian singer-songwriter. FABRIZIO DE ANDRE' 18 fotografie inedite servizio per rivista nella propria casa di Genova negli anni 60. In 1989, De André married Ghezzi; the following year a new album was issued, Le nuvole ("The Clouds"), which included two more songs in the Genoese dialect, one in the Gallurese dialect of Northern Sardinia ("Monti di Mola") and one in the Neapolitan dialect, the highly ironic "Don Raffaè", a mockery of Camorra boss Raffaele Cutolo (also incorporating a number of spoofed stereotypes about Camorra and Naples). Two days later, he was buried in his native town, Genoa; the ceremony was attended by a crowd of about 20,000. (Via del campo) Questo nostro mondo è diviso in vincitori e vinti, dove i primi sono tre e i … As De André stated in some interviews, he was helped by his father to find the money and had to start a tour shortly after the release of the Indiano album to repay him. Fabrizio's first primary school was that of the Marcellian Sisters, and he later attended the Cesare Battisti public school and the Liceo Classico "Cristoforo Colombo"; after his school leaving examination, he enrolled in the Law School of the University of Genoa, although he did not graduate, dropping out when he had only a few exams left. Fabrizio De Andre. Probably the characters in La buona novella lose a bit of sacralization, but I think, and I hope, particularly to the benefit of their better and greater humanization. Known for his sympathies towards anarchism, left-libertarianism and pacifism, his songs often featured marginalized and rebellious people, Romani, prostitutes and knaves, and attacked the Catholic Church hierarchy.