Roberto Murolo was a music organization, both in his house of Napoles and most of Italy, through the middle and second fifty percent of the 20th hundred years. The boy of poet Ernesto Murolo as well as the previous Lia Cavalli, he was created in 1912 and demonstrated a strong fascination with music from an early on age, especially performing and playing your guitar, of which he became incredibly efficient. He spent his early professional years as an associate of the quartet, with which he performed from Italy from 1939 through 1946. His single career — concentrated almost solely on Neopolitan tune, traditional and well-known alike, began along with his go back to Italy in 1946. Furthermore to building himself being a concert musician and a favorite body on radio, along with his intimate, sentimental audio, he also do some performing in movies, showing up within the 1953 criminal offense dilemma The Counterfeiters, manufactured in Italy by movie director Franco Rossi. Murolo became practically a social ambassador from Naples towards the globe, and it had been due to his recordings and shows that Neopolitan track was pass on across five additional continents. He was extremely conscious of the annals of music in Naples, and his personal repertoire found encompass tunes from across many hundreds of years of Neopolitan music, heading back to 16th hundred years comic opera and also further, to the finish of the center Ages. His preliminary documenting profession culminated in 1963 having a 12-LP study of Neopolitan track within the period from the center Ages towards the 20th hundred years. He continuing to concertize in to the 1990s and resumed documenting in his past due seventies — in 1990 — with a set of albums entitled ‘Na Voce ‘Na Chitarra, Vols. 1 & 2; he adopted this 2 yrs afterwards with an record released for his 80th birthday, L’Italia è Bella. This heralded an Indian Summertime of documenting work with Murolo, including a cooperation with Portuguese vocalist Amália Rodrigues. In 1995, he was honored by Italy’s leader, Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, using the republic’s highest civilian honor. He was presented with a life accomplishment award on the San Remo Celebration in 2000 aswell. Murolo passed on in 2003 at age group 91, perhaps one of the most favorite performers in Italy along with a ethnic hero without peer in Naples.
|1||Son of writer Ernesto Murolo.|
|The Man from U.N.C.L.E.||2015||writer: "Che Vuole Questa Musica Stasera?"|
|Pasolini||2014||performer: "Canto delle Lavandaie del Vomero"|
|Nine||2009||performer: "Io te vurria vasa", "Casa Sulitaria" / writer: "Casa Sulitaria" - as R. Murolo|
|José Carreras - Energia||2007||Video writer: "Mandulinata a Napule"|
|Terra Speranza||2002||TV Series performer: "Core 'Ngratto"|
|Nitrato d'argento||1996||Documentary writer: "Piscatore e Pusilleca"|
|Campet||1995||writer: "O' Ciucciariello" - as Murolo|
|Scent of a Woman||1974||lyrics: "Che vuole questa musica stasera"|
|Indian Summer||1972||lyrics: "Che vuole questa musica stasera"|
|Plagio||1969||lyrics: "Che vuole questa musica stasera"|
|Teatro Umberto||1958||performer: "MARUZZELLA", "'O CIUCCIARIELLO" / writer: "'O CIUCCIARIELLO" - as R. Murolo|
|Three Coins in the Fountain||1954||lyrics: "O ciucciariello" 1951 - uncredited|
|Menzogna||1952||performer: "Nu quarto e luna"|
|Three Steps North||1951||"Torna Puricinella"|
|Cavalli si nasce||1988||Il Menestrello|
|Questi pazzi, pazzi italiani||1965|
|Viale della canzone||1965|
|Menzogna||1952||Il pescatore cantante|
|Milano miliardaria||1951||Se stesso|
|Paolo e Francesca||1950|
|Pictures of a Kingdom||1994||Documentary|
|Festival di Sanremo||1993||TV Series||Himself / Singer|
|Saluti e baci||1953||Himself (uncredited)|
|Three Steps North||1951||Himself (as Murolo)|
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