Letra de volare en italiano

blue painted blue

Domenico Modugno’s song has been translated into several languages and covered by Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Gipsy Kings, Barry White, Paul McCartney, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli or Tin Tan, Il Volo, among other artists. Although she did not win at Eurovision, the European Broadcasting Union recognized in 2005 «Nel blu dipinto di blu» as the second most popular song in the history of the music festival, only behind ABBA’s «Waterloo», through a vote among the European viewers of the special «50th Anniversary» program of the festival.[2] In 2005, the European Broadcasting Union recognized «Nel blu dipinto di blu» as the second most popular song in the history of the music festival, only behind ABBA’s «Waterloo».

Months after his participation in Eurovision, «Nel blu dipinto di blu» hit the U.S. charts as «Volare», under the Decca Records label.[5] Modugno reached the top spot on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100 in August, the first time an artist in a language other than English had achieved that.[1] The publication later honored the song as the best single of 1958. In addition, at the first Grammy Awards ceremony held in 1959, Modugno took home the awards for «Best Recording» and «Best Song.»[1] Modugno was also named «Best Song.»[1

volare in english

Domenico Modugno’s song has been translated into several languages and covered by Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Gipsy Kings, Barry White, Paul McCartney, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli or Tin Tan, Il Volo, among other artists. Although she did not win at Eurovision, the European Broadcasting Union recognized in 2005 «Nel blu dipinto di blu» as the second most popular song in the history of the music festival, only behind ABBA’s «Waterloo», through a vote among the European viewers of the special «50th Anniversary» program of the festival.[2] In 2005, the European Broadcasting Union recognized «Nel blu dipinto di blu» as the second most popular song in the history of the music festival, only behind ABBA’s «Waterloo».

Months after his participation in Eurovision, «Nel blu dipinto di blu» hit the U.S. charts as «Volare», under the Decca Records label.[5] Modugno reached the top spot on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100 in August, the first time an artist in a language other than English had achieved that.[1] The publication later honored the song as the best single of 1958. In addition, at the first Grammy Awards ceremony held in 1959, Modugno took home the awards for «Best Recording» and «Best Song.»[1] Modugno was also named «Best Song.»[1

volare (spanish)

One of the best ways to learn another language is through its songs, translating songs and singing them, help us to practice pronunciation and to investigate the true meaning of the words, the best thing about this technique is that it can be done anywhere and once you translate the song and sing it constantly your mind comes to understand each of the words that make up the lyrics of the song. So, in this way, you will be learning Italian, without even realizing it, with this renowned singer.

3:24diego verdaguer – volare [official video]diego verdagueryoutube – 2 aug 2019

One of the best ways to learn another language is through its songs, translating songs and singing them, help us to practice pronunciation and investigate the true meaning of the words, the best thing about this technique is that it can be done anywhere and once you translate the song and sing it constantly your mind comes to understand each of the words that make up the lyrics of the song. So, in this way, you will be learning Italian, without even realizing it, with this renowned singer.