Teatro Verdi - 14 Febbraio 2008
Branduardi in concerto
The pieces are those of the ’Infinitamente
Piccolo, but in some songs, either Angelo with his violin(male
instrument), or Davide with the percussions, took fun in changing the
introductions and the rythmical texture giving a whipping of new energy
to the songs.
In the final part , when Angelo started singing with the guitar only ( female instrument), the surrounding became more intense and Angelo played Tango: “one of the very few love songs that I have written” and it has been a greatly appreciated present for S. Valentin.
Besides the fans that we were, the public was of great diversity and I think that it did'nt know more of Angelo's music except “la fiera dell’est” or “cogli la prima mela” ; the comments towards the performance were highly positive and full of admiration. At the concert, we got also the opportunity to know the congenial Mauro and Pamela, which attended the concert together with us and which, I hope, we'll meet again in the next concerts together with more branduardi-ans.
Till next time,
Photos and video: Francesco Cocorullo, Mauro Cassandra, Mariarita Coccia, Mauro Cassandra, Giovanni Pirri
exit and we going to the stalls to see the concert. His performance was
very good he singed the infinitamente piccolo’s songs in the first part,
then he singed in the second part many other songs, his classics. Like
alla fiera dell’est and cogli la prima mela, vanità di vanità, la luna
and tango; at the end a big standing ovation for him with all the public
stands up; a very exhaust Angelo receive also many roses from the
enthusiastic public. A very intense moment it was when he talks with the
Terni’s bishop, who give to Angelo his S. Damiano’s cross as a present
for the concert and he speaks about a episode of S. Francesco’s passion.
While S. Francesco was suffering God sends to him a angel to comfort him;
“like us who have another Angelo” says the bishop. At this moment a very
big standing ovation started for a misty Angelo. We’ve pass a very
fantastic evening a year after Venice!