March : a song directly from 1892

Hi, I set out to reimagine the timeless melodies of classic Neapolitan songs, infusing them with a contemporary flair while meticulously preserving their metaphors and poetic essence in the Neapolitan dialect. Some may argue that classics are sacrosanct, bound by tradition and deserving of unyielding reverence. Yet, I contend that they should also serve as a gateway for new generations, fostering a cultural exchange that transcends age and language barriers.

The allure of Neapolitan music lies not only in its melodies but also in the rich tapestry of emotions woven into its lyrics. It is a genre that encapsulates the essence of a bygone era, evoking nostalgia and sentimentality with every note. However, as times change, so too must our approach to preserving and sharing these cultural treasures.

My endeavor was born out of a desire to bridge the gap between past and present, breathing new life into beloved classics while ensuring their accessibility to contemporary audiences. By reinterpreting these songs in a modern context and translating them into a language that resonates with today’s listeners, I sought to create a space where tradition and innovation converge.

The journey was not without its challenges. Adhering to the authenticity of the original compositions while infusing them with a fresh perspective required a delicate balance. Every word, every note was scrutinized to ensure that the integrity of the music remained intact. It was a labor of love, driven by a profound appreciation for the cultural heritage embodied in these melodies.

At its core, this project is a celebration of the enduring legacy of Neapolitan music.

By sharing these reimagined classics with a new audience, I hope to spark a renewed interest in the works of iconic artists such as Murolo and Caruso, inviting listeners to explore the rich tapestry of Neapolitan musical heritage.

In a world where cultural exchange knows no bounds, we not only preserve our musical heritage but also ensure that it continues to resonate with audiences for generations to come. As the echoes of Neapolitan classics reverberate through the halls of time, let us embrace the opportunity to keep their spirit alive in the hearts of all who listen.

The song initially titled “Marzo” originated as a poem and was later set to music and published as CATARÌ in 1892 by Salvatore Di Giacomo and Mario Costa, evolving into a beloved Neapolitan song.

March is the first single, soon the others.

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