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Friulian dance track from very ancient origins (at least 1500) attributed to Giorgio Mainerio. With a title known in different spellings (Schiarazula marazula, S'ciaraciule maraciule, s'ciarazule marazule, s'ciarazula marazula or s'ciarassula marassula, scjaraçule maraçule, scjarazule marazule)
One of the great classics of the Friulian song, this song is characterized by cheerful tones on a lively polka rhythm. Celebrate the lighthearted youth represented also in the dance.
Suitable for: cartoons, wedding videos, background for fairy tales and stories, tourist documentaries, family videos
A song from the musical tradition of Friuli, dedicated to the spring and the return of the swallows after the winter migration.
Joyful and growing orchestration with flutes, clarinets, xylophone, strings and light drums.
Suitable for: wedding and family videos, background for fairy tales and
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