Graziella Ciaiolo (Cambiano - Torino, February 4, 1949) is an Italian singer. Variations: Viewing All Graziella Ciaiolo. Canzoni In Passerella (LP, Album). Singles & EPs. SP 1429.
Graziella Ciaiolo - Canzoni In Passerella (LP, Album). Claudio Villa - Antologia Della Canzone Italiana Vo. I (LP, Album, Gat). RDIS 70 (3), RDIS 1027.
1972 - Lontano vicino - Graziella Ciaiolo.
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Graziella is an 1852 novel by the French author Alphonse de Lamartine. It tells of a young French man who falls for a fisherman's granddaughter – the eponymous Graziella – during a trip to Naples, Italy; they are separated when he must return to France, and she soon dies.
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Real meaning of Graziella. Before giving this name to your baby you should know about its origin and popularity. Graziella Ciaiolo, Italian Singer. Graziella De Palo, Italian Journalist. Graziella Fumagalli, Italian Physician.
|A1||Figlie Di Nessuno (dalla Rivista "Diavoli Rosa", 1928)|
|A2||Creola (dalla Rivista "Adama Ed Evo", 1927)|
|A3||Nilo Blu (dalla Rivista "Valigia Delle Indie", 1926)|
|A4||Gigolette E Gigolò! (dalla Rivista "Turlututù", 1927/28)|
|A5||L'Ultimo Perdono (dalla Rivista "Wunder-Bar", 1930)|
|B1||Lisetta Va Alla Moda (dalla Rivista "Wunder-Bar", 1930)|
|B2||Ti Parlerò D'Amor (dalla Rivista "Che Succede A Capocabana?", 1944)|
|B3||Camminando Sotto La Pioggia (dalla Rivista "Tutte Donne", 1940/41)|
|B4||Veleno "(dalla Rivista "Il Cielo È Tornato Sereno", 1948)|
- Printed By – Silvestrelli & Cappelletto
- Arranged By – Antonio Simonetti
- Liner Notes – Antonino Buratti
- Orchestrated By, Conductor – Cesare Gallino
NotesMade in Italy
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