ClassicalPopRockElectronicHip-hopJazzReggaeNot musicCountry and WorldFunkStageMilitaryBluesFor childrenLatinOther
» » Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi - La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII
Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi - La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII album download

Performer:

Dante Alighieri

Title:

La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII

Genre:

Not music

MP3 album size:

1426 mb

Other music formats:

VOX VQF MP4 AUD FLAC TTA AAC

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Poetry, Monolog

Date of release:

1995

Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi - La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII album download

Tracklist

1 Canto I 10:44
2 Canto II 9:23
3 Canto III 9:54
4 Canto IV 9:15
5 Canto V 11:11

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Editoriale Pantheon
  • Recorded By – Pubblisound-Studio

Credits

  • Directed By – Laura Gianoli
  • Music By, Effects – Luciano Francisci
  • Producer – Enrico Castiglione
  • Voice Actor – Walter Maestosi

Notes

Recordings: Rome, 10, 1995

Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi ‎– La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII. Label: Jupiter Records (8) ‎– 211192-17.

Music By, Effects – Luciano Francisci. Producer – Enrico Castiglione. Voice Actor – Walter Maestosi. Recordings: Rome, 10, 1994.

Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi - La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII ‎(CD). Jupiter Records (8). 211192-17. La Divina Commedia - Inferno: Canti I-XVII ‎(CD-ROM). La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio E Paradiso ‎(CD-ROM).

La Divina Commedia, originalmente Commedìa, è un poema di Dante Alighieri, capolavoro del poeta fiorentino, considerata la più importante testimonianza letteraria della civiltà medievale e una delle più grandi opere della letteratura universale. diviso in tre parti chiamate cantiche: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso; il poeta immagina di compiervi un viaggio ultraterreno.

Scartazzini, Giovanni Andrea (1896–1898). Enciclopedia dantesca: dizionario critico e ragionato di quanto concerne la vita e le opere di Dante Alighieri (2 volumes). Scott, John A. (1996). The Esoterism of Dante, trans. Berhill, in the Perennial Wisdom Series. Ghent, NY: Sophia Perennis et Universalis, 1996. Originally published in French, entitled L'Esoterisme de Danté, in 1925.

Dante Alighieri, Divina Commedia – Purgatorio (Canto XXV) Look at the sun’s heat that is turned to wine When it joins with the juice that flows from vines. Dante Purgatory XXV Canto .Helen S. Buongiorno Italia. You may have the universe if I may have Italy ~ Giuseppe Verdi. William-Adolphe Bouguereau - Dante and Virgil - Dante's Inferno, The Divine Comedy Painting, Dante's Purgatory, Dante's Paradise, Fine Print. Purgatorio, Canto 9 Dante & Virgil At The Portals Of Purgatory Vintage Engraving by Gustave Dore' Bl. Vendentta. 술. Gustave Dore Dante Alighieri Illustration Painting Art Comedy Dantes Inferno Fairies Illustrations. Purgatory: Sordello bowing before Virgil. Creator: Doré, Gustave Date: . 868.

Canto I: Dante begins the Purgatorio by invoking the Muses. Purgatorio, Canto VIII, 1–6 (Longfellow). Don Juan, Canto 3, CVIII, 1–6. 'twas now the hour that turneth back desire In those who sail the sea, and melts the heart, The day they've said to their sweet friends farewell, And the new pilgrim penetrates with love, If he doth hear from far away a bell That seemeth to deplore the dying day, Soft hour! which wakes the wish and melts the heart Of those who sail the seas, on the first day When they from their sweet friends are torn apart; Or fills with love the pilgrim on his way As the far bell of vesper makes him start, Seeming to weep the. Franz Liszt's Symphony to Dante's Divina Commedia (1856) has a "Purgatorio" movement, as does Robert W. Smith's The Divine Comedy (2006). Chaucer and others have referenced the Purgatorio in their writing.

Wiliniett
I want buy below mentioned cd how it is possibleDante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi ‎– La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII

MP3 FLAC related to Dante Alighieri - Walter Maestosi - La Divina Commedia - Purgatorio - Canti I/V - Vol. VIII