• GCDP33003 Katalognummer
  • 8424562230033 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2019 Utgivelsesår

Vittorio, Pino de (voice)

Pavan, Franco

Traditional | Anonymous | Kapsberger, Giovanni Girolamo | Gagliano, Giovanni Battista da | Caputi, Giovanni Battista | Coferati, Matteo | Fiamengo, Francesco | Caresana, Cristofaro | Zamboni, Giovanni | Barbella, Emanuele | Cimarosa, Domenico | Simone, Roberto de

Laboratorio `600




Lucciola lucciola vien da me
Trotta trotta cavallo meme
La Bonasera
Lanterna Magica
Oh, oh, oh, o picciriddu dormi rivo
Pastorale calabrese
Fa la nana la mi cuncheta
Oi nenna nenna
Ninna di Borgia
Ninna di Radicena
Ninna Nanna

Nat`e il Bambino Giesu
Lucciola lucciola vien a me
Aria, che i paesani napoletani sonano con la zampogna

Kapsberger, Giovanni Girolamo: Piva
Gagliano, Giovanni Battista da: Dormi dormi io gia non voglio
Caputi, Giovanni Battista: Venite, o pastori
Coferati, Matteo: Dolce gioia della Mamma
Fiamengo, Francesco: Dormi dormi ben mio
Caresana, Cristofaro: Tarantella del Presepe
Zamboni, Giovanni: Pastorale
Barbella, Emanuele: Pastorale
Cimarosa, Domenico: Dormi Benigne Jesu
Simone, Roberto de: Canna Austina


With Ninna Nanna the haunting tones, dramatic intensity and richly characterized singing of Pino De Vittorio once again grace a recording project led by Franco Pavan. Call it Wiegenlied, berceuse, nana, ninna nanna – or countless other terms from around the world – the lullaby, with the rocking of the child’s cradle, is possessed of a captivating charm, all neatly captured in this new collection with the lulling of De Vittorio’shypnoticvoice. A potent attraction of Ninna Nanna is that the pieces – from the Baroque era - mainly originate from the Mezzogiorno, the southern part of Italy – including the Apulian area from which hails Pino De Vittorio. Seeking to sidestep the well-known and frequently-played, Franco Pavan, who plays the theorbo and the Southern Italian chitarra battente as well as directing Laboratorio ’600, has delved into the popular culture of these regions for inspiration, additionally adding instrumental pieces such as the Tarantella del Presepe by CristofaroCaresana or the traditionalPastorale calabrese. By way of the lullaby texts selected here, Pavan conjures up an atmosphere populated by fireflies, the powerful Greek mythological gods of Sleep and Death, Hypnos and Thanatos, Federico García Lorca lecturing on lullabies and referring to the acute sadness of the cradle song, as well as the Virgin Mary and sundry saints being corralled into underpinning the doctrines of the Catholic Church.


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