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Italian melodic singer Fiordaliso (name: Marina Fiordaliso) was created in Piacenza about Feb 19, 1956. The child of the musician, she began learning piano and performing in the Piacenza Music Academy. After documenting several tunes with Orchestra Bagutti, in 1981 she required part within the Castrocaro Music Event, finishing 1st with the track “Scappa Via.” Because of that result, in 1982 she participated within the Sanremo Music Festival with “Una Sporca Poesia,” an event she repeated twelve months later on with “Oramai.” Both singles reached a broad target audience, but strangely plenty of they were not really contained in Fiordaliso’s 1st recording, simply entitled Fiordaliso, released in fall months 1983. The record was re-released the next 12 months with the name Non Voglio Mica la Luna, to be able to include the solitary of the same name, doubtless Fiordaliso’s best hit. The summertime of 1984 noticed the discharge from the EP Discoquattro, adopted in 1985 by her sophomore recording, A Ciascuno la Sua Donna, including tunes written on her behalf by artists such as for example Zucchero, Vasco Rossi, and Enrico Ruggeri. Fiordaliso after that embarked on a tour, later on documented from the live recording Fiordaliso — Dal Vivo per il Mondo (1985, re-released in 1986 using the name Applausi a Fiordaliso along with a different monitor list). After 1987’s Fiordaliso, the vocalist relocated from Durium to EMI, with which she released three albums from 1990 to 1992: La Vita Si Balla, Il Portico di Dio (her best success from the 10 years), and Io Ci Sarò. Rooted within the solid but progressively old-fashioned custom of Italian melodic pop tunes, from this instant on Fiordaliso’s achievement — which produced her famous not merely in Italy however in Spain aswell — began to fade, despite the fact that she attempted to widen her palette to add soul components in her music. After an acoustic tour, between 1993 and 1994 she required part in the favorite Television show Domenica In, after that in 1994 she released the anthology E Adesso Voglio la Luna, including fresh variations of her best strikes plus two fresh songs. In 1995 Fiordaliso experienced her 1st theatrical experience, getting area of the solid of Fratelli di Sangue, the Italian edition of Willy Russell’s musical Bloodstream Brothers, and in 1996 she debuted with her personal recital, Fiordaliso Disco Live, an assortment of initial tracks and well-known cover variations that she replicated for over ten years. An record completely sung in Spanish, Como Te Amaré, premiered in 1997; the album’s Italian edition, entitled Sei Bellissima, implemented in 1999 and was after that re-released in 2004 with some brand-new paths as Fiordaliso.. Arrive Si Fa. In 2002 Fiordaliso came back for the ninth time and energy to the Sanremo Music Celebration with the tune “Accidenti a Te,” extracted from Risolutamente Decisa, an record including both brand-new tracks and older strikes reinterpreted within a bluesy setting. Two years afterwards she was among the contestants of the truth present Music Farm, an event accompanied by another essential TV appearance, getting among the hosts from the present Piazza Grande. A number of the tracks (most of them getting cover variations) she sang through the present were after that contained in 2006’s compilation Piazza Grande. Within the same season Fiordaliso came back to theater among the primary characters from the Italian edition from the musical Menopause.

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Date Of Birth February 19, 1956
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Children Sebastiano Bianchi, Paolino Tonoli
Music Songs Non voglio mica la luna, Fatti miei, Cosa ti farei, Accidenti a te, Se non avessi te, Il mare piú grande che c’é, Una sporca poesia, Saprai, Oramai, Per noi, Sola non ci sto, Yo no te pido la luna, Estate 83, Sognando, Il Portico Di Dio, Il mio angelo, Angel mio, Come si fa, Li-be-llu-la, Sei bellissima, Como Te Amaré, Senza una lacrima, La lupa, La Vita Si Balla, Dimmelo tu perché, Il Canto Dell'Estate, El Mar Mas Grande Que Hay, Oltre la notte, Almeno tu nell'universo, Storia d'amore, Nel molo di San blas, You know my way
Albums FriKandò, A ciascuno la sua donna, Fiordaliso, La vita si balla, Io ci sarò, Sponsorizzata, E adesso voglio la luna (I grandi successi), Como Te Amare, Il portico di Dio, Made In Italy, Discoquattro, E adesso voglio la luna, Risolutamente decisa..., Tutti i successi, Il meglio vol.2, Sei bellissima, Il meglio vol.1, I grandi successi, Il meglio vol.3, Il mare più grande che c'è e... altre storie, I grandi successi originali, Fiordaliso live (Live), I miei successi, Almeno tu nell'universo, Non Voglio Mica La Luna, Il meglio di Fiordaliso - grandi successi, Come si fà, Un'ora con...

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1 Two sons: Sebastiano, b.1973 (she wrote a song, "Il mio angelo", about him) and Paolino, b. January 1989.



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Amiche per l'Abruzzo 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
Festival di Sanremo 1991 TV Series Herself - Singer
Aspettando Sanremo 1990 TV Mini-Series Herself

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