Amedeo Minghi gets the gold record for 1950

The famous 1950, one of the masterpieces of Amedeo Minghi and of Italian author music, obtains the Gold Record certification (online singles section) from FIMI in week #24.

An important and significant milestone for 1950 (La Sanbiagio Produzioni / Nar International) and the now legendary Serenella, the most poetic and evocative work, with poignant melody, with which Minghi was able to masterfully paint – together with Gaio Chiocchio – the moment of transition of our country from the suffering of war to the joy of liberation and the hope of a new life.

The Roman artist recently concluded a theatrical tour celebrating the song, in which he placed ‘his’ love story with music at the center of the narrative, the refinedly beautiful Serenella which represents him more than any of his other songs and with which he managed to imprint in the collective memory an Italy between war and rebirth.

From 6 July Amedeo Minghi will be involved in the summer tour (information available on and on the artist’s official profiles and /amedeo.minghi.353/about ), and in the autumn he will return, after 8 years of recording absence, with a brand new album of unreleased songs entitled “Anima Sbiadita”.

Composer, songwriter, arranger and producer, Amedeo Minghi has been able to traverse the history of Italian music with original coherence and mastery. Visionary and multifaceted author, interpreter of authentic musical jewels for narrative intensity, during his long artistic activity halfway between different musical genres, he has strung together success after success; wrote soundtracks for TV, cinema and theatre; he composed numerous hits for many of his colleagues (Mia Martini, Anna Oxa, Andrea Bocelli, Franco Califano, Mietta, Rita Pavone, Marcella Bella, Ricchi e Poveri). He participated eight times in the Sanremo Festival, reaching third place in 1990 with “Vattene Amore” paired with Mietta. Among his most famous songs are “1950”, “L’Immenso”, “La Vita Mia”, “Cantare è d’amore”, “Amarsi è”, “Canzoni”, “Notte Bella Magnifica”. He set sacred texts to music such as “The Canticle of the Creatures” and “The Beatitudes”, and dedicated a song to Pope John Paul II entitled “A man who came from afar”. He also composed the soundtracks for “Fantaghirò”, a fantasy series known throughout the world. Among the lyricists with whom he collaborated, Gaio Chiocchio and Pasquale Panella played a significant role: Chiocchio with cinematic and hopeful lyrics, Panella with an intimate and turbulent vision of love.

Press Release: Daniele Mignardi Promopressagency

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