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La Musica a Napoli: tra antiche tradizioni ed il ritmo contemporaneo

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La Musica a Napoli: tra antiche tradizioni ed il ritmo contemporaneo

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Quando si parla di musiche e canzoni Napoletane, si é continuamente combattuti, soprattutto per l’oscillazione e la considerazione che nel corso degli anni l’argomento ha subito.
La musica Napoletana in realtà nasce come consolazione in una realtà che spesso non era dolce, come si sperava. Una sorte di variata vibrazione, dettata dagli animi più che dalle menti in cui i Napoletani si distraevano, si consolavano. Da sempre considerati festosi, a partire dai riti pagani di età romana, fino alla tarantella, i Napoletani si sono sempre contraddistinti per il loro essere “ chiassosi e rumorosi” a raccontarcelo è anche lo scrittore romano Petronio Arbitrio nel suo Satyricon (I secolo d.c.).In breve tempo Napoli conquistò fama di città della musica e del canto.

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Arrivando cosi’ ad una delle più famose feste canore e sonore dell’Italia: “La festa di Piedigrotta. Un’occasione per fare una scampagnata nella bellissima Mergellina. In attesa poi di entrare nella chiesa per inginocchiarsi di fronte all’altare della Madonna di Piedigrotta, dove i Napoletani ballavano e cantavano davanti alla grotta illuminata con torce: proprio come facevano i loro antenati.Nacque così l’usanza di una sfida canora tra i vari gruppi di pellegrini. Questa pratica si consolidò sempre di più nel corso del tempo. La svolta decisiva per la manifestazione canora di Piedigrotta si ebbe però nel 1835 a seguito del clamoroso successo della canzone I te voglio bene assaje – scritta dall’ottico Raffaele Sacco e musicata, almeno secondo la leggenda, da Gaetano Donizetti. La canzone vendette 180.000 copielle, una cifra pazzesca per quel tempo. Questo attirò l’attenzione degli editori che fino a quel momento si erano occupati solo di musica classica. Nasceva così la Piedigrotta delle canzoni. Dopo il 1880, Salvatore di Giacomo pur ispirandosi al canto popolare dei secoli precedenti dava vita alla canzone d’arte, autentico componimento di poesia, alla quale mettevano le ali del canto musicisti evoluti come Mario Costa, Enrico de Leva, Vincenzo Valente. Con di Giacomo e subito dopo di lui, Napoli dava respiro a centinaia di Melodie, con una schiera di poeti e musicisti geniali e delicati, autori di un movimento d’arte che rinnovò nel mondo i fasti eccezionali delle “villanelle”.
Dal 1925 al 1938 si compongono ancora canzoni, ma si vede che la grande vena sta per esaurirsi; i grandi poeti e musicisti sono scomparsi o appaiono dei sopravvissuti, nel nuovo clima tragico che va maturandosi in Europa.
Gli ultimi decenni, molto probabilmente, hanno visto prendere in considerazione il negativo del nostro neomelodico. Quando si parla di musica Napoletana, anche tra i partenopei stessi, in alcuni casi la si considera sinonimo di “volgarità”, come se dall’esterno apparisse solo quel lato che non é fonte d’orgoglio per chi invece le origini della musica Napoletana le conosce e ne va fiero.
In ogni caso, negli ultimissimi tempi, qualcosa sta cambiando. Finalmente la musica Napoletana, maturata in chiave moderna, sta riconquistando l’importanza e la considerazione che merita. C’é chi ha creduto in questa grande evoluzione.
Per i giovani del nostro tempo sembra rinascere adesso il senso di appartenenza ad una città che per anni ha solamente subito.
Questo é il momento della rivalsa per tutti coloro che speravano di poter uscire da quelle cantine, dove insistentemente continuavano a strimpellare e danzare, senza arrendersi difronte ad un presente diverso da quello che si immaginava. Oggi, finalmente, il rimbombo dei concerti Napoletani é frutto di danze popolari, di ukulele e mandolini, di batterie che non si sono mai arrese, di voci vibranti che ci hanno distinto dal resto del mondo musicale all’inizio, vibrazioni che oggi, per quello che possiamo vedere, ma soprattutto sentire, ricominciano a vibrare nell’anima.

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When it comes to music and Neapolitan songs, it has constantly fought, especially the swing and consideration that over the years the subject has suffered.
Music Neapolitan actually began as a consolation in a reality that often was not sweet, as was hoped. A sort of vibration varied, dictated by more than the minds minds where the Neapolitans are distracted, they consoled. Always considered festive, from the pagan rites of the Roman period until the tarantella, the Napoletan have always been characterized by their being “loud and noisy” to tell the tale is also the Roman writer Petronius in his Satyricon Will (first century AD) .in short time Napoli won reputation as a city of music and song.

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So coming to one of the most famous vocal festivals and Italy Sheet: “The festival of Piedigrotta. A chance to make a picnic in the beautiful Mergellina. Then waiting to enter the church to kneel before the altar of the Madonna of Piedigrotta, where the Neapolitans were dancing and singing in front of the cave lit with torches just as they did their antenati.Nacque so the custom of a singing contest between the various groups of pilgrims. This practice is more and more consolidated over time. The turning point for the song festival of Piedigrotta came in 1835, however, following the resounding success of the song I love you assaje – written by the optician Raffaele Sacco and set to music, at least according to legend, by Gaetano Donizetti. The song sold 180,000 copielle, a crazy amount for that time. This attracted the attention of publishers who until then had dealt only classical music. Thus was born the Piedigrotta songs. After 1880, Salvatore di Giacomo while drawing inspiration from the popular song of the previous centuries gave life to the song of art, authentic composition of poetry, which put the musicians singing wings evolved as Mario Costa, Enrico De Leva, Vincenzo Valente. With James and immediately after him, Naples gave breath to hundreds of melodies, with a group of poets and brilliant musicians and delicate, authors of an art movement that renewed the world the exceptional splendor of “villanelles”.
From 1925 to 1938 they still composing songs, but you see that the large vein is low; great poets and musicians have disappeared or appearing of the survivors, in the new tragic climate that is maturing in Europe. The last decades, most likely, have seen consider the negative of our neomelodico. When talking about Neapolitan music, even among the Neapolitans themselves, in some cases it is considered synonymous with “vulgarity”, as if from the outside appeared only that side which is not a source of pride for those who the origins of the Neapolitan Music He knows and is pleased with.
In any case, in the time ultissimi, something is cambiambo. Finally the music Neapolitan experience in a modern way, is regaining the importance and consideration that it deserves.
There are those who believed in this great evolution.
For the young people of our time sembre reborn now the sense of belonging to a city that for years has only once.
This is the time of revenge for all those who hoped to get out of the cellars, where insistently continued to strum and dance, without surrendering in front of a present different from what you imagined. Today, finally, the rumble of the Neapolitans concert is the result of popular dances, ukuleles and mandolins, of batteries that have never surrendered, vibrant voices that we have distinguished from the rest of the musical world at the beginning, vibrations that today, what we can see, but above all to hear, they begin to vibrate in the soul.

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When it comes to music and Neapolitan songs, it has constantly fought, especially the swing and consideration that over the years the subject has suffered.
Music Neapolitan actually began as a consolation in a reality that often was not sweet, as was hoped. A sort of vibration varied, dictated by more than the minds minds where the Neapolitans are distracted, they consoled. Always considered festive, from the pagan rites of the Roman period until the tarantella, the Napoletan have always been characterized by their being “loud and noisy” to tell the tale is also the Roman writer Petronius in his Satyricon Will (first century AD) .in short time Napoli won reputation as a city of music and song.

icona-limpido-canzone-napol1
So coming to one of the most famous vocal festivals and Italy Sheet: “The festival of Piedigrotta. A chance to make a picnic in the beautiful Mergellina. Then waiting to enter the church to kneel before the altar of the Madonna of Piedigrotta, where the Neapolitans were dancing and singing in front of the cave lit with torches just as they did their antenati.Nacque so the custom of a singing contest between the various groups of pilgrims. This practice is more and more consolidated over time. The turning point for the song festival of Piedigrotta came in 1835, however, following the resounding success of the song I love you assaje – written by the optician Raffaele Sacco and set to music, at least according to legend, by Gaetano Donizetti. The song sold 180,000 copielle, a crazy amount for that time. This attracted the attention of publishers who until then had dealt only classical music. Thus was born the Piedigrotta songs. After 1880, Salvatore di Giacomo while drawing inspiration from the popular song of the previous centuries gave life to the song of art, authentic composition of poetry, which put the musicians singing wings evolved as Mario Costa, Enrico De Leva, Vincenzo Valente. With James and immediately after him, Naples gave breath to hundreds of melodies, with a group of poets and brilliant musicians and delicate, authors of an art movement that renewed the world the exceptional splendor of “villanelles”.
From 1925 to 1938 they still composing songs, but you see that the large vein is low; great poets and musicians have disappeared or appearing of the survivors, in the new tragic climate that is maturing in Europe.
But today? Today what happens ??? The last decades, most likely, have seen consider the negative of our neomelodico. When talking about Neapolitan music, even among the Neapolitans themselves, in some cases it is considered synonymous with “vulgarity”, as if from the outside appeared only that side which is not a source of pride for those who the origins of the Neapolitan Music He knows and is pleased with.
In any case, in the time ultissimi, something is cambiambo. Finally the music Neapolitan experience in a modern way, is regaining the importance and consideration that it deserves.
There are those who believed in this great evolution.
For the young people of our time sembre reborn now the sense of belonging to a city that for years has only once.
This is the time of revenge for all those who hoped to get out of the cellars, where insistently continued to strum and dance, without surrendering in front of a present different from what you imagined. Today, finally, the rumble of the Neapolitans concert is the result of popular dances, ukuleles and mandolins, of batteries that have never surrendered, vibrant voices that we have distinguished from the rest of the musical world at the beginning, vibrations that today, what we can see, but above all to hear, they begin to vibrate in the soul.

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