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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 solo piano version, with a swing flavor, of a traditional Christmas song: Stille Nacht / Silent Night.
Suitable for: commercials, background for fairy tales and stories, tourist documentaries, family videos, drama performances
It is one of the most famous Christmas melodies, whose music was composed in Scotland in the sixteenth century. It is still used today on New Year's Eve to say goodbye to the old year or for other farewell ceremonies. The piece is proposed with a minimal piano arrangement, accompanied only by a stri
Perhaps the most famous and the most used national anthem of the world, that of the United States. An instrumental version for orchestra of string instruments and winds.
Suitable for: historical documentaries, sporting events and a variety of applications.
The Jew's harp (marranzanu) is one of the symbolic instruments of Sicily. It is precisely this instrument that gives rhythm to the rhythmic base of this tarantella in minor key, which mixes dance elements with a melody that evokes the most mysterious and dramatic aspects of the Sicilian land.
A jazz waltz version for an elaboration of the traditional Christmas carol O Tannenbaum (also known as Oh Christmas tree). Piano, double bass and drums renew the rhythmic atmosphere of this piece, which mixes Christmas with the swing.
Suitable for typical Christmas-related applications: comm
The duo "Cushini duo of fanfole" (Camilla Pegoraro and Lorenzo Tempesti) offers a "Silent night" version that opens in a sweet and dreamy way, to then transport the listeners in a swing rhythm that recalls gospel and spiritual music.
Suitable for typical Christmas-related applications: commer
This jazz version of Jingle bells is sprinkled with energy by the Cushini duo of fanfole (Camilla Pegoraro and Lorenzo Tempesti)! The voice launches into engaging vocalizations, supported by a warm piano accompaniment.
Suitable for typical Christmas-related applications: commercials, document
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"The lost stone" is the first release of the new project "The Second Sound", in which pianist and composer Lorenzo Tem
On the slope of a hill stands an oak, which watches over the plain and the men, who look to her as an example of wisdo
Consider nighttime, consider you driving in a dark forest. You leave tracks, you leave trails. Electronic and piano mu
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