Director: Maurizio Lucidi. Share this Rating Title: Tutto suo padre 5. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Enrico Montesano Giovanna Cristiano Censi Ludwig von Kranenburg Manfred Freyberger Herrman Fiammetta Baralla Gertrude Eugene Walter Stoltz Rita Silva Blond girl Paul Muller Genres: Comedy.
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Then give her this portrait: Tell her it is the gift of one who, in heaven among the angels, prays for her and for you. What enabled John to retain his faith? What do you want? O generous woman! Frank Sinatra instead gave me a totally different answer: we were going to sing a song on my Dad's TV show, and I said to Frank: "Uncle Frank how do you do it, how do you get that great tone, how do you sing? Flora e Violetta parlano fra loro. John grapples mightily with his distrust of Jack.
I seek to excavate the aesthetic and historical stakes that contributed to this deep-seated contradiction, and to illustrate the predicament at the heart of postwar s Italian culture: of forging a path to the future amid the ever-present ruins of the past. This paper analyzes the reception and discussion of the new futurist music in the Florentine journal Lacerba, generally considered one of the most important avant-garde Italian literary journals in the early twentieth century.
As is well known, materials published in journals help us understand the climate and the spirit of a period in its making. However, such sources must be carefully contextualized by taking into account both the authors biographical backgrounds and the historical and social milieu of the journal. This article discusses and contextualizes the thirty musical contributions that appeared in Lacerba as well as other articles that were published in the same period in the journals La Voce and Il Marzocco, which were involved in an ongoing controversy with Lacerba.
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Between and , figures such as Marinetti, musicians Francesco Balilla Pratella and Francesco Cangiullo, painter-inventor Luigi Russolo, music critics Giannotto Bastianelli and Fausto Torrefranca, all actively participated in the raging controversy on Futurist sound and its highly innovative character. During the years of the so-called MinCulPop the ministry of propaganda , several jazz events and musicians were banned, on the basis that they would promote foreign and, particularly, negro cultures.
Other songs, from other genres, the so-called canzoni della fronda, were also censored, when the authorities would perceive that the lyrics would contain anti-fascist messages. In this essay, the author suggests that a particular canzone della fronda surprisingly untouched by the MinCulPop was actually a swing number by Rabagliati himself: Quando canta Rabagliati. Far from being a political type of protest, the song is here analyzed as a statement of artistic resistance: the resistance of performing a certain genre of music in a country where such genre was prohibited.
During the critical transition from silent to synchronised sound cinema, various commercial and politically oriented solutions were adopted in Italy to cope with the challenges posed by the advent of sound film technology in domestic screens. This paper sets out to describe how in the first half of the s the fascist government intervened to solve the question of audible foreign languages in Italian cinemas, and to limit the economic expansion of foreign distribution in the national territory.
I shall observe the position taken by the translation of foreign cinema within the increasingly nationalistic environment and the function of dubbing in reinforcing the cultural and linguistic standardisation promoted by the regime. La canzone neomelodica, or neo-melodic song, is produced, distributed, performed and consumed in an alternative political economic culture, where the so-called formal, informal and illicit economies overlap.
Unlike classic Neapolitan song, neomelodica song has enjoyed national and transnational success largely limited to circulation among southern Italians living throughout Italy, in parts of Europe, and in North America. Skip to main content. UC Berkeley. Email Facebook Twitter. Shemek, Deanna Saiber, Arielle et al. Schwartz, Hillel et al. Leopardi and the Power of Sound. Brose, Margaret et al.
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