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URL consultato il 16 settembre Lebanon church channels Hollywood with 'Fault in Our Stars' screening , su post-gazette. Who should play Hazel? See The Full Winners List , su www. URL consultato il 19 aprile Portale Cinema: Thus, in order to fully understand a reference, we must consider what reactions writers or songwriters within a certain culture may have had to that cultural reference.

In more recent years, some Italian cantautori have approached Dante no longer as a cultural capital as defined by Pierre Bourdieu, of the dominant elite, but as a text to perform Branduardi, De Gregori or rewrite Caparezza.

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The difference between high and low art, says Adorno, is the difference between a dialectical art in conversation with its past. I have highlighted elsewhere Ciabattoni the literary devices of allusion and quotation in the song lyrics of Italian cantautori, which thus build a conversation with the literary and artistic past. Another recent book Thomas employs a similar intertextual approach, unveiling the many reuses and quotations of literary works—especially from classical antiquity—in the songs of Nobel laureate Bob Dylan.

So, it would seem that pop and folk songs do establish a dialectic with past literature, and their value is not merely, as Stuart Hall would have it, in their being a form of cultural insurgency on the part of a suppressed proletariat.

Most of the album Storia di un impiegato is sung in the voice and from the narrative viewpoint of the bomber.

You can go on that trip to hell by yourself, your last envy abandoned under a bed sheet; surprised on the doorstep of happiness, the bomb spared normalcy at the masquerade ball of celebrities. This witty song ends with a lesson on how even kings—who are subject to the same base urges as anyone else—must pay for sexual services.

Venditti decries contradictions and insufficiencies in the schools and teaching methods of s Italy, such as the excessively formal and empty reverence paid to the authorities and the Catholic church Italy has a public system of secular schools but crucifixes are hung in most classrooms, causing a yet unresolved controversy.

But I do remember Paolo and Francesca, for do tell: who did not fall in love with the girl in the first row, the prettiest, the silliest you fool! The song takes on an autobiographical tinge when we learn that its protagonist is a songwriter and a teacher of Italian literature, just like Vecchioni.

We should see the song as the fictional construction of a tormented artistic persona who does not reflect the actual author. The teacher eventually stumbles on his words and cannot finish his sentence, his mind busy elsewhere between women and work issues.

In any case, the pompous language of the lecture on Dante reveals a man whose world is falling apart. His ideals of sexual freedom and partisanship for the student movement that agitated Italy in the s and 70s are crumbling under the weight of social constrictions and his own weakness before the institutions, represented by his submissiveness to the Colonel and family routine.

In other words, we can say that Vecchioni here employs a lecture on Dante as a means of connoting his troubled protagonist as a disillusioned bourgeois who spews empty Dante quotes. With a twist of self-irony, Vecchioni gives his fictional alter- ego a weakness of character and a measure of hypocrisy and cynicism.

Jovanotti Lorenzo Cherubini debuted in the late s as an MC and event entertainer, exploiting a creative vein comprised of slang language in a rap style. This colloquial quality makes his reference to Inferno 5.

In this textual patchwork, Dantean quotes find their place side by side with those of different authors, without any polemic intent. As the years of political polarization moved further into the past, more cantautori began to approach Dante with admiration and endorsement.

Angelo Branduardi set to music the canto of St. Branduardi and Zappa, however, did select some sections while excluding others; more precisely, they included only lines ; ; ; and The initial portion of the canto which addresses a criticism of the defective arguments of those who force unfit people to pursue a career in law, priesthood or political leadership and St.

Francis, in keeping with the chosen topic for the concept album, and remain quite faithful to the original text, except for a few linguistic modernizations meant to aid the comprehension of their audience.


Hardly anyone who knows Francesco De Gregori would expect him to use a Dantean reference in his lyrics. De Gregori cites Kafka, Montale, Pasolini and Hemingway in songs dealing with issues such as war, social commitment and human behavior.

I, Purg. While we may find it particularly engaging to watch the most intellectual and least entertainment-oriented of our cantautori dance on stage to a pizzica salentina, we should not be so surprised at the sight. I am La Pia.

She reproaches the divine poet for spending more time writing poetry about himself than caring about her.

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However, it is worthwhile to observe that the new century has brought a renewed interest in Dante among musicians of local prominence: rock-folk band Marta Sui Tubi set Inferno 1 to music in ; Demetrio Caridi set a series of rock arrangements to several cantos of the Inferno; Effetto Notte instead opted for a more mellow style for their Inferno Opera in Musica.

Ambrogio Sparagna and Lucilla Galeazzi set Inferno 5 to music in , while Andrea Arnaboldi wrote a lyric opera titled Dante racconta l'Inferno in Caparezza, who comes from Molfetta, in Puglia, ably mixes figures of speech, puns, sarcastic provocation and high-brow references into his lyrics.

Like Branduardi and Zappa had done with the canto of St. Francis, Caparezza also selects only some sections for his song ll. This would have been a particularly stinging offense to a poet who prided himself in his militancy among the Guelph cavalry at the battle of Campaldino, as Dante does not fail to remind us at the beginning of Inferno Thus, the vantage point of this particular repertory offers a chance to gauge the great interest, if experienced in a non-scholarly manner and with a rather free approach, in the figure and work of the author of the Divine Comedy.

Translations from song lyrics are my own. Accessed on January 29, Il fatto che utilizzo un italiano comune e di strada. De Gregori and G.

Introduction to the Sociology of Music. Continuum, [] Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy. Robert Hollander and Jean Hollander.

Doubleday, Isaac Monica Ward: Antichrist will also release prisoners to mark people. Within this warren, Merini has assembled, on every available surface, a chaotic, indecipherable, archive of her existence: pages and objects and remnants stacked, dropped, leaning, falling, rising toward the ceiling, spilling over the floors and across tables, into her bed, across bureaus and shelves.

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She declares in And it would be even easier: As for my crying over you, I bleached it away slowly day by day as full light does and in silence I sent it back to my eyes, which, if I look at you, are alive with stars. Balzai in piedi, stetti davanti a lui.

So, it would seem that pop and folk songs do establish a dialectic with past literature, and their value is not merely, as Stuart Hall would have it, in their being a form of cultural insurgency on the part of a suppressed proletariat.

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