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Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi


1982
Label: Disques Festival - FLD 749 • Series: Pellicano • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: France • Genre: Pop • Style: Chanson, Ballad
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She is also known as La Rossa Italian for "The Redhead"due to the characteristic colour of her hair, and additionally as La Pantera di Goro "The Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi of Goro "which stems from the Italian press having nicknamed the three most popular Italian female singers of the s, combining the names of animals and the singers' birth places.

The color also characterizes her leftist political beliefs, claimed in numerous statements. She has collaborated Cocaine Cowboys - Crashdïet - The Savage Playground European composers and musicians such as Ennio Morricone Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi Francis Lai inMikis Theodorakis in Was ich denke became a best selling album in GermanyEnzo Jannacci inVangelis in andFranco Battiato in and Her stage productions of Bertolt Brecht's recitals and Luciano Berio 's operas have toured the world's theatres.

Having received success both in Italy and internationally, she remains to this day one of the most popular Italian Flying Cloud - Dinosaur Jr* - Green Mind in the fields of music and theatre.

Her artistic stature has been officially recognised by the Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi , German and French republics, each of which have bestowed her with the highest honours. Her real debut was on the stage of the Sanremo Music Festival inwhere she took third place. In she performed the repertoire at the venue again and again received an ovation from the audience and the French press, very surprised how a non-French artist could interpret with such a feeling and energy the songs of Piaf.

Music critics named her singer of the year. The film was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival. Her performance earned her second place in the competition and the single that followed reached number one on the Italian charts. In the album, she performed Quattro Vestiticomposed by Ennio Morriconea song which would be released on an EP by the same name. Later in the year, she released her fourth studio album Le Canzoni del Tabarin — Canzoni da Cortilean Italian-language album that covered Italian songs from the s and s, featuring new musical arrangements, released on the Fonit Cetra label.

Amongst the other songs that composed the album were Italian-language versions of the marching song John Brown's Songthe Spanish Los cuatro generalesand Fischia il ventoan Italian popular song based on the music of the Russian popular song Katyusha. Ina fortunate meeting led to a definitive change in her career: Italian director Giorgio Strehler helped to develop her skills in staging and singing in Italian theatres especially the Piccolo Teatro in Milan and she began to perform a more committed repertoire, including songs of the Italian resistance movementsongs from Bertolt Brecht 's pieces.

In the following years she starred in Giorgio Strehler 's production of Brecht's The Threepenny Opera which was performed in several cities of Western Europe. Milva's albums were certificated gold and platinum in West Germany. InMilva released her fifth studio album, Tangoan album that consisted of tango standards sung in Italian. Inshe released her sixth studio album Tango InspirationenExodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi album released in Germany and composed of tango standards performed in German and Italian.

In lateMilva co-starred in the Italian musical comedy Angeli in bandieraalongside Gino Bramieri. During the same year, Milva appeared in the Italian film Appuntamento in Rivieraa musical comedy directed by Mario Mattoli. Excerpts of the recordings of the concerts were compiled and published on the live album Milva on Stage Live at Tokyo Sankei Hallreleased shortly thereafter on the Ricordi label.

InMilva appeared in the Italian film D'amore si muoredirected by Carlo Carunchio, starring in the role of Leyla. Following Milva's appearance in D'amore si muoreEnnio Morricone dedicated a series of songs from his film scores to Milva for her to sing lyrics to.

During the same year, Milva released a Japanese-language album, Love Feeling in Japanan album containing twelve songs sung entirely in Japanese, released on the Ricordi label. On the album, she performed the song Barley Road in Korean. Milva also duetted with Lai on the song Oltre le colline. Inshe released the studio album Sono matta da legare. The album was released on the Ricordi label in Italy, Germany and Japan. The album was released in America, Canada and Germany and in was reissued in Japan.

Inshe released the live album Canzoni tra le due guerrean album flavoured with chanson and jazz elements that was recorded live at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano in Octoberin a musical show produced by Filippo Crivelli. InMilva began collaborating with Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis, resulting in the release of the studio album Von Tag zu Tag in Germany and Austria, which became a best-selling album in Germany. InMilva released the studio album Wenn wir uns Wiederseh'na German-language album that consisted of songs written by Austrian songwriter, composer and conductor Robert Stolz.

A highly eclectic artist, she performs pop music, opera in duet with Luciano Beriocomedy, and drama, amongst many other music genres. InMilva released the studio album, Attends, la viea French language album featuring songs composed by Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis, whose orchestrations were arranged by Italian composer Natale Massara. The album was released in Italy, Germany and Argentina. In the course of the same year, Milva released the multilingual compilation album Milva International in which she sang in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German.

It was released in Germany. The first, sung in German, Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi Ich hab' keine Angst. The title song, Ich hab' keine Angstis based on Vangelis' composition To the Unknown Mana song Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi , in French, would become the title of her next album ofMoi, je n'ai pas peurwhich was released in France, and covered the songs included on the German release.

InMilva starred in the role of Veronica in the Italian film Via degli specchia crime-drama film directed by Giovanna Gagliardo. Later in the year, Milva Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi the German studio album Immer mehr[58] as well as the live double album Das Konzert.

The album was released in Germany, Austria and Japan. InMilva hosted an episode of the Psilocybe Cyanescens - The Viceroy - Pharmaceuticals variety show Al paradisea television series directed by Antonello Falqui.

InMilva released the Italian language studio album Identikitdistributed in Italy under the Metronome label. She collaborated with Vangelis for the album, covering two of his songs; To the Unknown Manthis time recorded in Italian under the title Dicono di meas well as an Italian language version of I'll Find My Way Home. Later that year, she released the studio album Unverkennbaran album sung entirely in German.

The cast recording featured all nine movements of the musical in which Milva had starred in two years earlier, in the leading roles of Anna I and Anna II. Inthe album was re-released in Japan. Milva interpreted his compositions in French, Italian and Spanish.

On 1 Januaryshe released the studio album Mut zum Risikoan album containing schlager and europop musical styles. It was released in Germany on the Metronome and Bertelsmann Club labels. Over the course of the same year, she released Corpo a Corpoa studio album infused with schlager, italo-disco, europop, and synthpop influences. The album was released in Italy, Japan and Germany. InMilva returned to collaborating with Greek composer Vangelis, five years after her success with Ich hab' keine Angst and Moi, je n'ai pas peur.

This new collaboration would result in the release of two new studio albums, one in Italian and one in German; Tra due sogni and Geheimnisse. In Italy, it was released on the Dischi Ricordi label, while in France it was released on the Polydor label. The album was released on the Seven Seas label in Japan inand was reissued in Shortly after the release of Tra due sogniMilva recorded a German version of the album, entitled Geheimnissewhich was released on the Metronome label.

The Italian version, Tra due sognicontained an Italian language version of the song Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi oben ist sein ZimmerIn sognowhich had appeared on her album Ich hab' keine Angst. Vangelis was credited for composing all songs on both Tra due sogni and Geheimnisse and was credited as the arranger on the songs "Canto a Lloret" Du gibst It Is That Time Again - George Strait - If You Aint Lovin You Aint Livin mehr"Cuori di passagio" Wunche and "L'Ultima Carmen" Die letzte Carmen.

The film was released on 12 October InMilva returned to collaborating with composer Franco Battiato, producing a total of three studio albums containing synth-pop arrangements, in which Milva sings in Italian, Spanish, French and German. This collaboration between Milva and Battiato produced the studio album Svegliando l'amante che dorme[88] released in Italy. Milva also recorded the album in Spanish, with the album released as Una historia inventadareleased in Spain later that year.

In DecemberMilva participated for a second time in the Italian supergroup Musicaitalia in a fundraising project organised and spearheaded by Charles Aznavour for the benefit of those affected by the earthquake in Armeniacontributing vocals for the song Per te, Armeniawhich was released as a single.

In Whizkid (Lil Marks Frequency Spectrum Mix) - Style Of Eye - Whizkid, Milva returned to the Sanremo Musical Festival for the first time sincethis time competing with Sono felicea song written and composed by Rosalino Cellamare, [95] finishing in 4th place.

Conte and Natale Massara, were used as the opening and closing theme songs of the Italian mini television series Private Crimes Delitti privati. The album, however, only saw a limited release. Beginning inMilva once again collaborated with Greek composer Thanos Mikroutsikosreleasing the studio album Volpe d'amore Milva sings Thanos Mikroutsikosan album featuring music composed by the composer and sung completely in Italian, with the exception of one song, Thalassawhich she sang in Greek.

The album was released in Greece, Japan and Italy. Inthe album was re-released in Japan with the title Volpe d'amore [] and the album was subsequently re-released as Milva canta Thanos Mikroutsikos in with a new song replacing Volpe d'amore entitled Vento d'amore. Following the release of Volpe d'amore inMilva re-recorded the album in German, an album that was released in Germany under the title Tausendundeine Nachtfeaturing the same orchestrations by Thanos Mikroutsikos.

The title track featured a choir, differing it from Il canto di un'eneide diversaits Italian-language counterpart. In Mayshe embarked on her fourteenth Japanese tour. In the same year, she appeared in the Italian film Celluloidea dramatic film directed and written by Carlo Lizzaniplaying the role of an Italian countess, a portrayal that garnered her praise. The album was released in Japan the following year, in InMilva released Fammi Luce — Milva ha incontrato Shinjian album written by and recorded in collaboration with Japanese composer Shinji Tanimura.

The album was released in Japan, Germany and Italy. In December her mentor Giorgio Strehler died. In Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi Milva released the album Mia Bella Napolia studio album in which she interpreted covers of Napolitan folksongs in the Napolitan language.

Inshe sang with Alexia Vassiliou on Alexia's album, Alexia — Mikis Theodorakisa double album with new approaches Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi 26 Mikis Theodorakis compositions. She also duetted with Italian singer Al Bano Carrisirecording a new version of Io di nottein German and in Italian under the title Zuviel nachte ohne dich Ghosts Of Berlin - Various - AUDIOphile Pearls Volume 7 di nottea duet of a song that both singers had individually recorded at the end of the s.

The album was released and distributed by BMG Ariola. She also performed Da troppo tempoa song which she had previously recorded in Italian and competed with at the Sanremo Music Festival offinishing in 3rd place, this time in German. The album featured symphony orchestrations composed by Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi Stuppner and performed by the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trentounder the conductorship of Peter Keuschnig.

InMilva released the studio album Sono nata il 21 a Primavera — Milva canta Merinian Italian-language album featuring the poetry of contemporary Italian poetress Alda Meriniwhose poetry was set to music composed by Italian singer and composer Giovanni Nuti and interpreted by Milva in sung form.

The album was subsequently Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi in Japan and Germany. In May of the same year, Milva performed Milva canta Merinia series of recitals at the Teatro Stehler di Milano of the Piccolo Teatro di Milanoin collaboration with Alda Merini and Giovanni Nuti, in which Milva performed the songs from her album Exodus - Milva - I Grandi Successi nata il 21 a Primaverareleased earlier that year.

On 2 MarchMilva released the studio album In territorio nemicoan Italian-language album written, composed and produced by Giorgio Faletti. On 2 Junein Rome, Milva was made Commander of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic Ordine al merito della Repubblica italianathe highest ranking honour and most senior order of the Republic of Italy, an honour bestowed upon her by President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitanofor her " intense and luminous career " during which she went from music to theatre performances, cinema, to lyric opera.

The album marked her third produced in collaboration with Italian composer Franco Battiato. The title song, Non Conosco Nessun Patrizio!

The album was produced by Fonit Cetra and distributed by Universal Music. It was released on the Artesuono label. Milva has a daughter, Martina, born during her marriage to Maurizio Corgnati in the early s. This is a chronologically ordered list of Sanremo Music Festival contests in which Milva has entered. Milva has participated 15 times in the famous music festival, held annually, tying the record for most participations along with Peppino di Capri and Toto Cutugno.

This is a chronologically ordered list of films in which Milva has appeared or provided singing vocals for.


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