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Amedeo Minghi


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It is the end of the 60s, and Amedeo Minghi records “Alla fine”, a record very much sought after today.
In 1976 his first hit, “L’immenso”, becomes one of the 70s’greatest. There are other subsequent successes and, in 1983, he composes true milestones such as “1950”, “St. Michel”, “Quando l’estate verrà”, “Sognami”, “Emanuela e io”, “Cuore di pace”, “Ladri di sole”, followed by “Serenata” e “Le nuvole e la rosa”. In April 1989, he chooses the theater “Piccolo Eliseo” in Rome for a performance where he alternates songs at the piano with the recital of monologues. The recital “FORSE SI MUSICALE” is a huge success: “Vita mia”, “Canzoni”, “Vattene amore”, (the last two written for Mietta and produced by Amedeo). It is followed by “Nené”, the concert at “S. MARIA IN TRASTEVERE” (40.000 people), the concert at “Teatro Sistina” in Rome, and the very successful concert of “I RICORDI DEL CUORE” at the “Stadio Olimpico”. The popular success of the latter is demonstrated by the large sale of a double Home Video. At the same time, Amedeo is also working intensely as a composer of sound tracks (8 TV fictions and “EDERA”, the first TV drama series screen produced by Fininvest). Of particular importance are the sound tracks composed for the five series of “Fantaghirò” interpreted by Alessandra Martinez and distributed in 78 nations under the title of “The Cave of the Golden Rose”. The character of of the little princess Fantaghirò inspires one of the most appreciated recitals of Amedeo Minghi: “Fantaghirò & Fantaghirò”.


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