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    Italian folk music

    I first got to know Italian folk music in GodFather triology. Connie's wedding, Godfather finale and some of the music scores from GodFather III. When you are listening, they really present a whole picture of the Italian countryside in your ears and in your brain.
    Do you share the same interest with me?
    Come and talk!

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    Dude the Italian Folk not even started on GodFather...
    The southern Italian folk songs probably sound fairly similar to those of the 13th century, when troubadours entertained the King of Naples and Sicily. The songs and instrumental numbers include love songs, dances, a lullaby, and one intended to drive away evil spirits. Liner notes feature photographs of traditional scenes and descriptions of each tune as well as lyrics, as sung and translated into English.
    Here is some of the performers from Last FM: https://www.last.fm/tag/italian+folk/artists

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