Composed by Luigi Denza - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationFuniculi, Funicula composed by Luigi Denza - Digital Sheet Music
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This arrangement includes both Italian and English lyrics.
- Contains partial lyrics
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9/12/2012 10:57:29 AM
I cant recommend this arrangement
Of the three verses, only the first is presented here. The other two are completely omitted. Also, this arrangement does not have the original Neapolitan dialect lyrics. It has the translation into modern standard Italian. It also has English lyrics, but they are not a translation of either the original Neapolitan or the modern Italian. Musically, I find the beginning to be awkward. There is no instrumental introduction, the singer and the pianist are just supposed to start simultaneously. I guess the pianist would have to play your first note before you start (or make up an introduction, perhaps borrowing music from the chorus).
1/18/2016 6:43:43 AM
The text is absolutely wrong
This is a Neapolitan song, meaning its lyrics should be in Neapolitan, not in some translated written Italian version that no one knows or even worse, in English. I bought this print not realizing that I couldnt use the lyrics, frankly, I want my money back cause I cant use these notes. I cant sing such a vastly different text on such a well known song, the audience is used to hearing the original The original text can be found online (for example here: http://www.vesuvioinrete.it/funicolare/funicolare_funiculi.htm)