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Petra Magoni

Both classically trained and a pop singer, Petra Magoni (born in Pisa, Italy on July 28, 1972) studied on the Livorno Conservatorio and Milan’s Istituto Pontificio di Musica Sacra. Her initial important encounters in the rock and roll field were using the music group Senza Freni, with which she had taken component in the 1995 model from the Arezzo Influx celebration. In 1996 and 1997 she participated in the Sanremo Music Celebration with the music “E Ci Sei” and “Voglio el Dio,” and in the same years she released her initial two albums, Petra Magoni and Mulini a Vento. In 1997 she had taken part within a theatrical tour with humor acting professional Giorgio Panariello, guesting also in his film Bagnomaria and its own soundtrack. Then, using the pseudonym of Artepal, she documented some dance songs (one of these, “Don’t QUIT,” was utilized as the soundtrack of the Sasch TV industrial), collaborating for the time being with jazz music artists such as for example her husband to be Stefano Bollani and Ares Tavolazzi. In 2000, beneath the moniker of Nice Anima, she released an recording from the same name, including tunes from Lucio Battisti’s British repertoire. After various other theatrical encounter, in 2003 she began Musica Nuda, an effective cooperation with Avion Travel’s dual bass participant, Ferruccio Spinetti. Musica Nuda, the initial record from the duo — although they consider themselves to be always a “music group” — premiered in 2003 to an enormous critical acclaim. Made up of jazz-tinged renditions of classics from the Italian and worldwide pop custom (like the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby,” Gloria Gaynor’s “I’LL Survive,” and Fred Buscalgione’s “Guarda Che Luna”) rearranged for dual bass and tone of voice just, the record marketed a lot more than 15,000 copies in Italy and an identical number in the others of Continental European countries. Its follow-up, the dual Compact disc Musica Nuda 2 (2006), made up of even more cover variations in the same vein, verified the achievement of the duo, who by the end of 2006 also released a assortment of sacred hymns, Quam Dilecta, implemented in 2007 with the live record Live ? Fip, documented in France. For the time being, Magoni started a far more electro-pop-oriented task known as Aromatic with Giampaolo Antoni; the group’s eponymous debut premiered in 2004. In 2007, as well as Monica Demuru, Paolo Benvegnù, and Ares Tavolazzi, Magoni released Cime Domestiche, a assortment of traditional alpine women’s music.

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