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THE WALL OF SINGING - Narni (TR)

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THE WALL OF SINGING - Narni (TR)

13/09/2019

The Roman band de Il Muro del Cantosince the release - on 19 October - of his latest album, My love does not die (Goodfellas, 2018)He never paused the tour and, one concert after another, achieved incredible results. After the concert sold out at Largo Venue in Rome last April, the band is ready to announce new unmissable dates.
Il Muro del Canto are: Daniele Coccia Paifelman (voice), Alessandro Pieravanti (drums, percussion and narrative voice), Eric Caldironi (guitar), Ludovico Lamarra (bass) and Alessandro Marinelli (accordion), while guests include Andrea Ruggiero (violin) and Davide di Pasquale (trumpet and trombone). With a rough and intense sound, the group Roman folk rock combines modernity and tradition in a timeless folk voice. Their latest album maintains some distinctive traits and, at the same time, introduces several new rhythmic and harmonic solutions. The search for a direct and real language continues, in which the strength of the Capitoline dialect, which has always nourished the band's strong roots, emerges clearly from the title in a passionate and stubborn declaration of intent.

 

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THE WALL OF SINGING - Narni (TR)

13/09/2019

The Roman band de Il Muro del Cantosince the release - on 19 October - of his latest album, My love does not die (Goodfellas, 2018)He never paused the tour and, one concert after another, achieved incredible results. After the concert sold out at Largo Venue in Rome last April, the band is ready to announce new unmissable dates.
Il Muro del Canto are: Daniele Coccia Paifelman (voice), Alessandro Pieravanti (drums, percussion and narrative voice), Eric Caldironi (guitar), Ludovico Lamarra (bass) and Alessandro Marinelli (accordion), while guests include Andrea Ruggiero (violin) and Davide di Pasquale (trumpet and trombone). With a rough and intense sound, the group Roman folk rock combines modernity and tradition in a timeless folk voice. Their latest album maintains some distinctive traits and, at the same time, introduces several new rhythmic and harmonic solutions. The search for a direct and real language continues, in which the strength of the Capitoline dialect, which has always nourished the band's strong roots, emerges clearly from the title in a passionate and stubborn declaration of intent.

 

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