Eduardo Migliaccio (Farfariello). O'Sciopero D'e Nnammurate, Rosa (Shellac, 10").
Male vocal solo, with orchestra. Vocalist - Baritone vocal. Male vocal solo, with orchestra. Parla comme t' ha fatta mammetta. O spusarizio d' 'o scugnizzo.
Performer: Eduardo Migliaccio (Farfariello) Writer: E. Migliaccion; Irving Cohan. Tenor with Orchestra; Italian (Neapolitan Dialect). Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 73980A Catalog number: 73980-A.
Artist: Eduardo Migliaccio. Album: Sta terra nun fa pi mia. Translations: English, Italian. A A. Cunailante Bella. A Cunailante ‘rriva ‘o cielo. sprenne tutta ‘a ccà e ‘a llà.
Neapolitan-born Eduardo Migliaccio (1892-1946), (his stage name Farfariello meant Little Butterfly ) was one of the most popular and greatest entertainer of Little Italies. He emigrated to the United States in 1897 and got a job in a New York City bank writing to clients in Italy, a task that incidentally caused him to become well acquainted with various immigrant types. He interpreted all his characters, the male as well as the female ones.
Mon amie la rose is a studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy. Released in France in November 1964 on LP Disques Vogue (FH 2). Published without title, except for her name on the cover but this album has therefore colloquially become known by the title of its most successful song, "Mon amie la rose" ("My friend The Rose"). Hardy recorded an English version of "Dans le monde entier", titled "All Over the World".
Prime universe(Capcom's primary storyline). The Farfarello (lit. Slanderer, elf, goblin, or evil spirit; named after one of the 13 devils named the Malebranche from the Divine Comedy) is an ed species of the Hunter . They are featured in Resident Evil: Revelations. Farfarello was developed by the terrorist group Il Veltro by administering the t-Abyss virus to regular Hunters.