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Birth name  Eugenio Bennato
Name  Eugenio Bennato
Genres  Folk, World
Role  Musician
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
Spouse  Pietra Montecorvino
Years active  1969-present

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Born  March 16, 1948 Naples, Italy (1948-03-16)
Occupation(s)  Singer, guitarist, songwriter
Labels  Emi Records, Philips Records, Bubble Records, Taranta Power/Cramps Music
Siblings  Edoardo Bennato, Giorgio Zito
Albums  Toto Sapore, Che il Mediterraneo sia, Grande sud
Children  Carola Bennato, Fulvio Bennato, Eugenia Bennato
Similar People  Edoardo Bennato, Pietra Montecorvino, Teresa De Sio, Giorgio Zito, Tony Esposito

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Eugenio Bennato (born 16 March 1947) is an Italian folk musician and songwriter. He is the brother of the musician Edoardo Bennato.

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Biography

In 1969, he cofounded the folk band Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare, discovered by the author Eduardo De Filippo, who admitted them in his theater. After four studio records, he left and cofounded Musicanova in 1976.

The band wrote the film soundtrack of L'eredità della priora, television film directed by Anton Giulio Majano. In the early 80's he started a solo career.

In 1989, he won a Nastro d'Argento for Best Score, with the movie Cavalli si nasce, directed by Sergio Staino.

In 1990, he participated at the Sanremo Music Festival with Tony Esposito, playing a song called Novecento aufwiedersehen.

In 1998, he founded a musical movement called Taranta Power, with the aim of promoting south-Italian folk culture through music, cinema and theater.

In 2003, he wrote, along with his brother Edoardo, the soundtrack of the animated cartoon Totò Sapore e la magica storia della pizza.

In 2006, he taught laboratory of ethnomusicology at the Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples.

In 2008, he returned at the Sanremo Festival with the song Grande Sud.

He is a supporter of esperanto language.

Nuovo Canto Popolare

  • Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare (1971)
  • NCCP (1973)
  • Li Sarracini adorano lu sole (1974)
  • Tarantella ca nun va 'bbona (1975)
  • Musicanova

  • Garofano d'ammore (1977)
  • Musicanova (1978)
  • Quando turnammo a nascere (1979)
  • Brigante se more (1980)
  • Festa festa (1981)
  • Solo

  • Eugenio Bennato (1983)
  • Dulcinea (1984)
  • Eughenes (1986)
  • La stanza dello scirocco (1988)
  • Le città di mare (1989)
  • Novecento auf Wiedersehen (1991)
  • Mille e una notte fa (1997)
  • Taranta power (1999)
  • Lezioni di tarantella (2000)
  • Che il Mediterraneo sia (2001)
  • Sponda Sud (2007)
  • Grande Sud (2008)
  • Questione meridionale (2011)
  • References

    Eugenio Bennato Wikipedia


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