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Maria Carta

Также известно как: M. Carta
Группа в интернете: http://www.fondazionemariacarta.it

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Ave Maria 9 audio iTunes 1974-10-00 RCA International
2 Chelu E Mare 18 audio iTunes 1992 Music Of The World
3 HaiDiriDiriDiriDiriDinni 9 audio iTunes 1980 Polydor
4 Dies Irae 7 audio iTunes 1975 RCA Italiana
5 Ave Maria 9 audio iTunes 1976 RCA International
6 Amore Disisperadu 4 audio iTunes 1974-12-00 RCA Italiana
7 Diglielo Al Tuo Dio 4 audio iTunes 1975-03-00 RCA Italiana
8 Delirio (In S'amena Campagna Dilliriende 12 audio iTunes 1974 RCA
9 Paradiso In Re 9 audio iTunes 1976 RCA
10 Il Meglio Di Maria Carta 11 audio iTunes 2008 GF Produzioni AF
11 Maria Carta - Serafino Murru 11 audio iTunes 2008 GF Produzioni AF
12 I Grandi Successi Originali 24 audio iTunes 2002

Maria Carta (Siligo, Sassari, June 24, 1934 - Rome, September 22, 1994) was a Sardinian folk music singer-songwriter. She also performed in film and theater and wrote a poetry book, Ritual Song, in 1975. In her 25-year career, she covered the richly diverse genres of traditional music of her native land (ninne nanne—children’s lullabies, gosos, Gregorian chants, and more), often updating them with a modern and personal touch. She succeeded in bringing Sardinian folk music into wider popular awareness, in demonstrations at a national level in Italy (like the Canzonissima in 1974) as well as internationally (especially in France and the United States). She caught the attention of such directors as Francis Ford Coppola and Franco Zeffirelli, who gave her the first two of her widely seen film roles, including that of the mother of Vito Corleone in The Godfather Part II in 1974. Carta lived in Rome for many years and she served as Communal Councilwoman from 1976 to 1981 on the side of the Italian Communist Party. In 1985 she was awarded, as songwriter, the Targa Tenco for dialectal/regional music. In the last years of her life, Maria Carta gave her time to the University of Bologna where she conducted a series of classes and advised student theses on which she had relevant personal, human experience and scholarly background. In 1991 the President of the Republic Francesco Cossiga named her a “Commendatore della Repubblica” ("Knight of the Republic"). Maria Carta gave her last concert in Toulouse, France, on June 30, 1994. Ill with cancer she died at her home in Rome on September 22, 1994, aged 60.

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