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  1. "Funiculì, Funiculà" (IPA: [funikuˈli funikuˈla]) is a Neapolitan song composed in by Luigi Denza to lyrics by Peppino tilirinisultai.olousouttrenlaposedichmanungsmaral.co was written to commemorate the opening of the first funicular railway on Mount tilirinisultai.olousouttrenlaposedichmanungsmaral.co was presented by Turco and Denza at the Piedigrotta festival the same year. The sheet music was published by Ricordi and sold over a million copies within a tilirinisultai.olousouttrenlaposedichmanungsmaral.co: Canzone Napoletana.
  2. Aisséra, Nanninè', mme ne sagliette, tu saje addó' Tu saje addó' Addó', 'sto core 'ngrato, cchiù dispiette farme nun pò Farme nun pò! Addó' lo ffuoco coce, ma si fuje, te lassa stá Te lassa stá. E nun te corre appriesso e nun te struje sulo a guardá.
  3. Funiculi, Funicula [Live] The Chieftains, Luciano Pavarotti Buy This Song. FAVORITE (1 fan) Luciano Pavarotti. Luciano Pavarotti, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (12 October – 6 September ) was an Italian operatic tenor, who also crossed over into popular music, eventually becoming one of the most commercially successful tenors of all.
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  5. “Jamme, jamme jà, Funiculì, funiculà!” – so goes the popular Neapolitan song. But what do the lyrics mean? ‘Funiculì, Funiculà’ was composed by Luigi Denza in .
  6. Funiculi funicula, funiculi funicula Music sounds afar! funiculi, funicula Ah me! 'tis strange that some should take to sighing And like it well For me, I have not thought it worth the trying So cannot tell! With laugh and dance and song the day soon passes Full soon is gone, For mirth was made for joyous lads and lasses To call their own! Listen!
  7. Funiculì, Funicula is a song that was sung by Lorenzo and Dame Bella in the twenty-third series. Funiculì, Funiculà is a Neapolitan song. It was written by Peppino Turco in , with its music being composed by Luigi Denza. Part of the song was featured in the twenty-third series episode Lorenzo's Solo, sung by Lorenzo and Dame Bella Canto; Lorenzo and Beppe sang a version with altered.
  8. Various ‎– Funiculi Funicula 34 Label: Universal Music Belgium ‎– , Universal ‎– Series: Funiculi Funicula – 34 Format: 3.

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