Acknowledging the Moody Blues' Days of Future Passed as his main inspiration, De André conceived Tutti Morimmo a Stento as a "Cantanta in B minor for soloist, choir, and orchestra. This was a lavish undertaking, made possible by producer Antonio Casetta's faith in De André's talents, as it involved 80 musicians from the Orchestra Philarmonia di Roma and the P. Carapellucci choir.
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Tutti morimmo a stento (Full title: Tutti morimmo a stento (cantata in Si minore per solo, coro e orchestra), (translatable as We All Barely Died or We All Died Agonizingly)) is the second album and the third studio release by Fabrizio De André, issued in 1968 by Bluebell Records. The album, whose lyrics are inspired by the poetry of François Villon, is considered one of the first concept albums to be produced in Italy.
Fabrizio de Andrè (Blu). Fabrizio de André (Indiano). Francesco De Gregori. Primo tempo (Deluxe Album with Booklet).
Tutti morimmo a stento est le troisième album du chanteur italien Fabrizio De André paru en 1968 chez la maison de disques Bluebell Records. L'album a été écrit par De André en s'inspirant des poèmes de François Villon. You can help our automatic cover photo selection by reporting an unsuitable photo. The cover is visually disturbing. The cover is not a good choice. Thank you for helping! Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Tutti Morimmo A Stento (1968) by Fabrizio De André. BPM Profile Tutti morimmo a stento. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 78BPM (-10), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Fabrizio De André.
Volume 3 (Vol. 3°) is the third album released by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André. It was first issued in 1968 on Bluebell Records and is De André's last studio release on Bluebell. Of the songs contained in the album, only four were previously unreleased; the other ones are re-recordings of tracks originally issued on 45-rpm records during De André's early stint with the Karim label. All tracks written by Fabrizio De André, except where noted.