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I più importanti nomi della musica italiana, di ieri, di oggi e domani. Una selezione di grande musica internazionale.

Senza confini di genere e stile, uniche prerogative le qualità e il valore.

Condividiamo con i nostri artisti la passione e l'attenzione nella crescita della loro arte. Senza compromessi, perchè indipendenti. Dal 1860.


The greatest names in Italian music: yesterday, today,tomorrow. An important selection of international music

No boundaries in generes and styles: we only look after quality and value in music. We share with artists the same passion and the same commitmenti to the development of their music. With no compromises, because we're proudly indipendent. Since 1860.

Ada Reina

Ada Reina

Born in 1989, of Latin American blood and a stage name that sounds like a nursery rhyme: Ada Reina del Carmen. Warm and original voice, she is expected to become the revelation artist of the next months.


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Astor Piazzolla

Astor Piazzolla

Astor Piazzolla: one of the masters of Tango music, who will always remember as one of the greatest composers of all times.


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Caponord

Caponord

A rock band from Northern Italy, formed in 2009. In less than three years, Caponord have been able to establish themsleves as one of the most interesting and successful bands, standing out of the many bands within the emerging music market of Italy.


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Coez

Coez

Born on July 11th, 1983 in Nocera Inferiore, Silvano Albanese, aka “COEZ”, starts his musical career in 2001 when, after having spent several years as a writer and painter in Rome, he decides to start composing music.


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Daniele Silvestri

Daniele Silvestri

Daniele (Rome, August 18th, 1968) has been growing in a cover band inspired by the Duran Duran, and he travelled Europe by Interrail until the age of 20. In 1994 he released is debut album, simply entitled "DANIELE SILVESTRI". He won the Premio Tenco (Tenco award) as the best work of the year; and he won again with the referendum of "Musica & Dischi" magazine. In the same year, he takes part into the Sanremo festival, with the song "Voglia di gridare", within the "Sanremo giovani" category. Enter th


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Domenico Modugno

Domenico Modugno

Domenico Modugno - a singer- songwriter who will always be remembered as one of Italy's greatest composers, musicians and performers in the history of Italian music. Among the main successes composed and performed, "Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare9" is undoubtedly the most famous.


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Emis Killa

Emis Killa

Born in Vimercate (next to Milan) with southern origins Emis Killa, whose original name is Emiliano Giambelli, has a natural knack for words, especially in rhyme, and ability to "shoot" at supersonic speed.


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Eva

Eva

Singer, composer, writer and DJ. Eva’s career is a neverending work, aiming to experiment the deepest potentials of music, in several shapes. Eva has been able to transform her true passion for music, into a profound study of expressive tools.


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Fabio Dema

Fabio Dema

A true passionate of Black and R&B music, Fabio Dema certainly has a bright career ahead. A young songwriter, who has already co-operated with important artists, such as Emis Killa.


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Giorgio Gaber

Giorgio Gaber

Giorgio Gaber, a charismatic, unusual character of Italian musical and TV scene of the 20th century. A person able to express his ideas in a ironic way, and moving people by making them laugh, using music and theatre as strong communication tools.


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Ivan Graziani

Ivan Graziani

Despite having been written in a period of more than 30 years, the works of Ivan Graziani have become evergreen songs and are always to be remembered, despite the very premature passing away of this great artist, who has written immense successes such as “Firenze”, “Maledette malelingue” and “Agnese”.


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Luca Chiaravalli

Luca Chiaravalli

An important author at a national and international level. He has written for some of the most Italian artists, such as Eros Ramazzotti and Laura Pausini. At an international level, it is worth mentioning his collaboration with Alex Callier by Hooverphonic.


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Maurizio Fabrizio

Maurizio Fabrizio

Maurizio Fabrizio is one of Italy's most important songrwriters of all times. Having written for major artists such as Mia Martini and Eros Ramazzotti, he is very well-known in the local musical scene. However, his fame is also spread internationally, thanks to co-operations with artists such as Josh Groban and Michael Bolton.


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Max Zanotti

Max Zanotti

Max Zanotti is one of the most complete artist in the rock sphere of Italian music. He has recently released the album “L’illusione”, out on Carosello Records.


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Niccolo' Agliardi

Niccolo' Agliardi

Niccolò Agliardi was born in Milan May 17, 1974 and is to blame or credit the "Ridere, Ridere, Ridere Ancora ..." of "Samarcanda" by Roberto Vecchioni that he will always be fascinated by the art of music’s word, and, then, by songwriters. Access the profile to view full biography


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Pacifico

Pacifico

Pacifico, one of Italy's greatest singer-songwriters, has been composing for a great amount of Itailan artists: Adriano Celentano, Andrea Bocelli, Zucchero ("Oltre le rive"), Antonello Venditti, Gianni Morandi, Ornella Vanoni, Samuele Bersani, Fiorella Mannoia, Raf, Petra Magoni e Ferruccio Spinetti, Malika Ayane.


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Saverio Grandi

Saverio Grandi

Saverio Grandi is one of the most successful Italian writers and composers. As of today, he was written more than 300 songs, 60 of which are singles. Among the several artists for whom he has been composing, it is worth mentioning: Vasco Rossi, Laura Pausini, Raf, Fiorella Mannoia, Irene Grandi e molti, molti altri.


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Tiziano Ferro

Tiziano Ferro

Italian pop singer/songwriter Tiziano Ferro became involved in music while attending a local conservatory, taking guitar and piano classes in addition to improving his vocal skills. At the age of 16, he joined a gospel chorus, uncovering his passion for Afro-American music. Since then, he has become Italy's most important singer-songwriter, with the release of his five albums: "Rosso Relativo", "111", "Nessuno è solo", "Alla mia età" and "L'amore è una cosa semplice".


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Toto Cutugno

Toto Cutugno

Toto Cutugno is a singer-songwriter that has deeply marked the history of Italian music. His most important and famous song, “L’Italiano”, is an anthem that has allowed this artist to expand his success out of the Italian binderies. His 15 Sanremo Festivals and the millions of albums sold clearly depict how Toto Cutugno’s musical career is a true success.


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Vasco Rossi

Vasco Rossi

Undoubtedly the best rock star in Italy, Vasco Rossi has left and is still leaving a remarkable sign in the history of Italian Music. From the early successes of "Ogni volta", "Vita Spericolata" and "Bollicine" until nowadays with "Eh già", Vasco is clearly the most loved and admired Italian singer-songwriter in his musical genre.


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