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Non al denaro non all’amore né al cielo (“Neither of gold, nor love, nor heaven”) was released by Fabrizio De André in 1971. It is a concept album based on the Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters. The co-author of the music is composer Nicola Piovani, who later won an Academy award for his soundtrack for Roberto Benigni’s Life is beautiful. The title itself is a citation from the first poem in the Spoon River Anthology, The Hill:
Drinking, rioting, thinking neither of wife nor kin,
Nor gold, nor love, nor heaven?
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