Po karinės tarnybos jis įsirašė į aktorių mokyklą ir greitai po to pradėjo vaidinti vaidybiniuose filmuose. ", In 1959, Modugno won the Sanremo Music Festival for the second time in a row, with "Piove" (also known as "Ciao, ciao bambina"), and received second place in 1960 with "Libero." Domenico Modugno μεταφρασμένα τραγούδια : Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare), W L'America, Amara terra mia, Giorno Per Giorno (Sognando Un'Isola), Piange… il telefono | Data-Privacy He is considered the first Italian cantautore. [1] In the past he had supported the campaigns of the Italian Socialist Party and one for divorce, in addition to criticizing the human rights' violation by the regime of Augusto Pinochet, that cost him a denial of entry in Chile, where he had been scheduled to hold a concert. It received two Grammy Awards[7] with sales above 22 million copies, and represented Italy in the 1958 Eurovision Song Contest, where it came in third. Breve riassunto. [1], The youngest of four children, Modugno was born at Polignano a Mare, in the province of Bari (Apulia), on 9 January 1928. Jack Jones recorded it in English for his 1967 album, Our Song, under the title "Oh How Much I Love You. Da quel giorno che. La strada dei successi di Domenico Modugno (1958) ... Questa è la mia vita италиански. O' specchio. [1], Modugno returned on the music scene, definitively (he already held a concert for former inmates of Agrigento's mental asylum, in 1989), in 1992–1993. 4:10. The youngest of four children, Modugno was born at Polignano a Mare, in the province of Bari (), on 9 January 1928. Label: RCA ‎– 88697277862 Format: 2 ... Questa è la mia vita: 20: Scioscia popolo: 21: Sceccareddu 'mbriacu: Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 0886972778624; Reviews Add Review [r3396823] Release. This article uses material from the article Domenico Modugno from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and it is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. Nisciuno po sapé. [1], While still studying, he had a role in a cinematographic version of Filumena Marturano by Eduardo De Filippo as well as some other films. Edit Release New Submission . [1] In 1957, his song "Lazzarella", sung by Aurelio Fierro, came second in the Festival della Canzone Napoletana, bringing him his first taste of popularity. [1], While still studying, he had a role in a cinematographic version of Filumena Marturano by Eduardo De Filippo as well as some other films. Domenico Modugno: Questa È La Mia Vita / Il Cavallo Bianco ‎ (7", Promo) RCA Italiana: TPBO 1022: Italy: 1974: Sell This Version: SRCA-88747, dkas-26770: Domenico Modugno: Questa È La Mia Vita ‎ (7", Single) Jugoton, RCA Victor: SRCA-88747, dkas-26770: Italy: 1974: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r3052458] Release. Domenico Modugno 'O café . [1], In the 1970, Modugno focused on more classic music genres and profiles, as a singer and as a musician, adapting poetry, acting on television and in lead singing roles of modern operas. [1] In 1957, his song "Lazzarella," sung by Aurelio Fierro, came second in the Festival della Canzone Napoletana, bringing him his first taste of popularity. Complete your Domenico Modugno collection. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1977 Vinyl release of Disco De Ouro on Discogs. Jack Jones recorded it in English for his 1967 album, Our Song, under the title "Oh How Much I Love You. Note: Entries scored out are when Italy did not compete, Domenico Modugno "Nel blu dipinto di blu" (1958), "Polignano & Mister Volare storia di un amore impossibile", "Controfesta per Modugno nel paese che lo adottò", "Variety Reviews – How We Got the Italian Cinema into Trouble: Franco & Ciccio's Real Story – Film Reviews – Venice – Review by Nick Vivarelli", https://www.tgcom24.mediaset.it/spettacolo/lampedusa-in-vendita-la-villa-appartenuta-a-domenico-modugno_23366393-202002a.shtml, "A hit song writer's former villa on one of the world's best beaches is up for sale", Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born), Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip, Congratulations: 50 Years of the Eurovision Song Contest, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Domenico_Modugno&oldid=996113827, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia alumni, Eurovision Song Contest entrants for Italy, Articles with Italian-language sources (it), Wikipedia introduction cleanup from October 2013, Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from October 2013, All articles covered by WikiProject Wikify, Pages using Template:Infobox musical artist with unknown parameters, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with CINII identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with PLWABN identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Sopra i tetti azzurri del mio pazzo amore", 1964 "Che me ne importa a me" (second place), 1967 "Sopra i tetti azzurri del mio pazzo amore", 1974 "Questa è la mia vita" (second place), This page was last edited on 24 December 2020, at 16:34. Later his hit song "Io" was sung by Elvis Presley in English with the title "Ask Me. [6] The turning point of his career came in that year, when he also participated in the Sanremo Music Festival, presenting, together with Johnny Dorelli, the song "Nel blu dipinto di blu." His father, Vito Cosimo Modugno, was a municipal police commander, while his mother, Pasqua Lorusso, was a housewife. [1], Modugno used the money gained with "Nel blu dipinto di blu" to purchase a Ferrari, however, his car was totaled in an accident, which included his fenders being smashed. This was a successful period of time for Modugno who again represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest of 1959. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission . This was mentioned in the Allan Sherman song "That is why America's a nice Italian Name. [1], From 1986, he worked for the rights of disabled people, and in June 1987, he was elected congressman for Turin in Italian Parliament, in the ranks of the Radical Party, a liberal-social political group. 1970 La lontananza; 1971 Come stai; 1972 Un calcio alla città; 1972 Dopo lei; 1973 Amara terra mia; 1974 Questa è la mia vita; 1975 Piange il telefono; 1975 Domenica; 1975 Il maestro di violino; 1976 L`anniversario; 1977 Il vecchietto "[1], In 1962, Modugno won the Sanremo Music Festival a third time with "Addio..., addio...." Four years later, he again represented Italy at Eurovision with "Dio, come ti amo." It is located on Rabbits' Islet beach, the location is part of a natural protected reserve with limestones and crags.[8][9]. Also in 1958, he discovered the Italian comedy duo of Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, became their manager and got them into a long running film career. Here Domenico … [2] His father, Vito Cosimo Modugno,[3] was a municipal police commander,[2] while his mother, Pasqua Lorusso,[3] was a housewife. From a young age Domenico wanted to become an actor and in 1951, after his military service, he enrolled in an acting school. Sono a metà strada. Domenico Modugno (naskiĝis la 9-an de januaro 1928 en Polignano a Mare, mortis la 6-an de aŭgusto 1994 en Lampedusa) estis itala kantisto, komponisto, gitaristo kaj aktoro. [1] In this last stage of his life, instead, he was very active in social issues, fighting against inhuman conditions of patients in the Agrigento psychiatric hospital. www.domenicomodugno.it [1], In 1984, he suffered a severe stroke and remained partially paralyzed. Že v otroštvu je Domenico želel postati igralec ter se po vojaškem služenju vpisal na igralsko šolo. He attended secondary school in Lecce. da anni di illusioni sogni e delusioni che ha vissuto un uomo da quel giorno che venne a questo mondo con un viso allegro lavoro' da negro lavoro' per tre. Sergio Franchi recorded it in Italian (titled "Oh How Much I Love You (Dio, come ti amo!)) "[1], In 1962, Modugno won the Sanremo Music Festival a third time with "Addio..., addio...." Four years later, he again represented Italy at Eurovision with "Dio, come ti amo." Domenico Modugno: Questa È La Mia Vita / Il Cavallo Bianco ‎ (7", Promo) RCA Italiana: TPBO 1022: Italy: 1974: Sell This Version: SRCA-88747, dkas-26770: Domenico Modugno: Questa È La Mia Vita ‎ (7", Single) Jugoton, RCA Victor: SRCA-88747, dkas-26770: Italy: 1974: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [m1042618] Master Release. [2], At the age of 9, his family moved to San Pietro Vernotico, in the Province of Brindisi,[4] where his father was transferred for a new job position. Domenico Modugno lyrics with translations: Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare), W L'America, Amara terra mia, Piange… il telefono, Il maestro di violino, Vecchio frac Later his hit song "Io" was sung by Elvis Presley in English with the title "Ask Me. Li estis ankaŭ deputito kaj estrarano de la Itala Radikala Partio. Li representis foje Italion en la Eŭrovido-Kantokonkurso. Domenico Modugno (Italian pronunciation: [doˈmeːniko moˈduɲɲo]; 9 January 1928 – 6 August 1994) was an Italian singer, songwriter, actor, guitarist, and later in life, a member of the Italian Parliament. Questa è la mia vita. Due lune. He is known for his 1958 international hit song "Nel blu dipinto di blu". [1] His beach-villa was put up for sale in 2020. (October 2013) Domenico Modugno (Italian pronunciation: [doˈmeːniko moˈduɲɲo]; 9 January 1928 – 6 August 1994) was an Italian singer, songwriter, actor, guitarist, and later in life, a member of the Italian Parliament. [1], On 6 August 1994, Modugno died at the age of 66, from a heart attack, on the island of Lampedusa, south of Sicily, while he was in his home by the sea.[1]. His last song was Delfini (Dolphins), in 1993 with his son, Massimo. Chi mi ascolta creda. He is known for his 1958 international hit song Nel blu dipinto di blu, for which he received Gr Domenico Modugno. Questa e' la mia vita e ve la racconto breve riassunto di poesia e di pianto ah..ah questa e' la mia vita sono a meta' strada chi mi ascolta creda chi non vuole vada. Domenico Modugno. Sogni e delusioni. He is considered the first Italian cantautore. This page was last modified 30.06.2018 14:35:47, 9/1/1928 in Polignano a Mare, Puglia, Italy, "Polignano & Mister Volare storia di un amore impossibile", "Controfesta per Modugno nel paese che lo adottò", "Variety Reviews – How We Got the Italian Cinema into Trouble: Franco & Ciccio's Real Story – Film Reviews – Venice – Review by Nick Vivarelli", "Nel blu dipinto di blu" – also known as "Volare" (Sanremo winner song, 1958), co-authored with, "Piove" – also known as "Ciao, ciao bambina" (Sanremo winner song, 1959), "Sopra i tetti azzurri del mio pazzo amore", 1959 "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)" (winner), 1964 "Che me ne importa a me" (second place), 1967 "Sopra i tetti azzurri del mio pazzo amore", 1974 "Questa è la mia vita" (second place). born on Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Domenico Modugno - Modugno: La Storia at Discogs. Modugno was the winner four times (in 1958, 1959, 1962 and 1966). Po vaidmens Il Mantello Rosso Modugno pradėjo dainuoti. He had to abandon his artistic career and devote himself to rehab. Li estas konsiderita unu el la patroj de la itala kanzonarto kaj unu el la plej fekundaj italaj kantistoj kaj aŭtoroj, … [1] In the past he had supported the campaigns of the Italian Socialist Party and one for divorce, in addition to criticizing the human rights' violation by the regime of Augusto Pinochet, that cost him a denial of entry in Chile, where he had been scheduled to hold a concert. At the age of 9, his family moved to San Pietro Vernotico, in the Province of Brindisi, where his father was transferred for a new job position.