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Jesus Christ you are my life by Marco Frisina

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Jesus Christ you are my life by Marco Frisina, 2001, was the song-symbol of the days of Tor Vergata (Rome), on the 15th World Youth Day, in the presence of Pope John Paul II. On that occasion it was repeatedly performed in full voice, contributing to building an emotionally very engaging atmosphere.
Look and listen demos at Spirituals page. June 19, 2017

"Heigh-Ho" is a song from Walt Disney's 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Frank Churchill (music) and Larry Morey (lyrics). The melodic theme for "Heigh-Ho" might have been inspired by Robert Schumann's composition for piano "The Happy Farmer, Returning From Work" from his 1848 work Album for the Young, Opus 68.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Cinema page. (May 14, 2017)

Nel blu dipinto di blu (literally "In the blue that is painted blue"), popularly known as "Volare" (meaning "To fly"), is a song recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno. Written by Franco Migliacci and Domenico Modugno, it was released as a single on 1 February 1958.
Winning the eighth Sanremo Music Festival, the song was chosen as the Italian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest in 1958, where it won third place out of ten songs in total.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop music page. (April 18, 2017)

Nella Fantasia (In fantasy) is a song based on the musical part of Gabriel's Oboe, with text by Chiara Ferraù, written for Sarah Brightman's albums Eden and La Luna (The Moon).
Look and listen demos at cinema page. April 3, 2017

The Capriccio n. 24 in A minor is the last of the 24 Caprices for solo violin written by Niccolo Paganini in 1817. It has a theme, eleven variations and a finale.
It is considered as one of the pieces more difficult ever written for violin only, and has been the subject of numerous transcripts by subsequent composers. And now there's also the version in the bubbling MusicamediaSimba transcription of Maestro Nino Bisceglie.
Look and listen demos mp3 & pdf at Classica page. January 30, 2017

The Neapolitan song " Saint Lucia " was written by Teodoro Cottrau in 1849. The verses of the song celebrating the picturesque appearance of the seaside neighborhood of Saint Lucia, sung by a boatman who invites for a ride on his boat, the better to enjoy the cool of the evening. The song written in Neapolitan had limited success: the popularity turned her back to the original verses in dialect, so that the same thought Cottrau to a version in Italian, with texts by Enrico Cossovich, transforming it in the first Neapolitan song idiom translated Dante. The renewed composition immediately became a national hit, knowing a triumph that the projected soon out of the peninsula. Even today it is found in the musical repertoires of the best singers in the world.
Look and listen demos at italian folk song page.

On écrits sur les murs - We write on walls is a song written and composed by Romano Musumarra and Jean-Marie Moreau for Demis Roussos, in 1989. In 2015, On écrit sur les murs is taken from the group Kids United as the first single of their album Un monde meilleur, as part of a UNICEF campaign. (From wikipedia)
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop page.

Schindler's List is a 1993 film directed by Steven Spielberg, based on the novel The list of Schindler by Thomas Keneally and based on the true story of Oskar Schindler. The soundtrack of the film, by John Williams, won an Academy Award, a BAFTA and a BMI Film Music Award; the film won a Grammy Award for best instrumental composition for film music.
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Cinema page.

Hatikvah is the Israeli national anthem. The text of Naftali Herz Imber (1856-1909), written in 1877, expresses the hope of the Jewish people to return one day in the land of their ancestors, as prophesied in the Bible. The melody was adapted in 1888 by Samuel Cohen (1870-1940), based on the music of the late Renaissance theme song "La Mantovana" (also known as Dance of Mantua or "Fuggi fuggi fuggi"). After the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Hatikva became the de facto national anthem. It was officially proclaimed the national anthem of the State of Israel only in November 2004.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Hymnes Anthems page. January 4, 2017

Desteapta-te, Române! is the national anthem of Romania. The Musicamedia version is for little orchestra consisting of soprano, alto, tenor and bass recorder, xylophone or glockenspiel, guitar, keyboards and percussion. (November 28, 2016)

We publish two more brilliant transcriptions of Maestro Bisceglie of songs from Disney cartoons.
"Arabian Nightsi" is a song from Disney's 1992 animated feature film Aladdin, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page.

"Prince Ali" is a song from Disney's 1992 animated feature film Aladdin, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (October 10, 2016)

"A Whole New World" is a song from Disney's 1992 animated feature film Aladdin, with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page.
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" is a song from Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King composed by Elton John with lyrics by Tim Rice.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (October 6, 2016)

"Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (also called "The Magic Song") is a novelty song, written in 1949 by Al Hoffman, Mack David, and Jerry Livingston. It was introduced in the 1950 film Cinderella, performed by actress Verna Felton.
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (September 30, 2016)

"A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" is a song written and composed by Mack David, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston for the Walt Disney film Cinderella (1950). In the song Cinderella (as sung by Ilene Woods) encourages her animal friends to never stop dreaming, and that theme continues throughout the entire story. The theme of the song was taken from Franz Liszt's Etude No. 9 Ricordanza of the Transcendental Etudes.
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (September 29, 2016)

"Hakuna matata" is a Swahili phrase; roughly translated, it means "no worries". It is formed by the words hakuna (there is not here) and matata (plural form of problem). The phrase has been popularized by its use in The Lion King.
The song was written by Elton John (music) and Tim Rice (lyrics), who found the term in a Swahili phrasebook. It was nominated for Best Original Song at the 1995 Academy Awards, and was later ranked the 99th best song in movie history by the American Film Institute on a list of 100. (Wikipedia)
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (September 26, 2016)

Circle of life is part of the soundtrack of the film The Lion King , 1994. The music is by Elton John, the words are by Tim Rice. In the film is the opening song, sung by Carmen Twillie.
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (September 22, 2016)

"Napule è" (Napoli is) is a song written and performed by Pino Daniele , was added as the opening track of his debut album Terra mia (My Land) (1977). The lyrics speak of the contradictions and the difficult reality of Naples and the feeling of indifference and resignation for this situation.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop music page. (August 30, 2016)

Musicamedia Simba publishes the transcription of famous Libertango, by Astor Piazzolla, for musical band.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf (12 pages!) demos at Latina page. (April 23, 2016)

Second Waltz (original title "The Second Waltz") of Dmitri Shostakovich is a Music to the 1955 Soviet feature film The First Echelon. It is actually only the Waltz (eighth movement) from The First Echelon (suite from the film score), Op. 99a. Its popular name is coming from Suite for Variety Orchestra (also named Suite for Variety Stage Orchestra); a suite in eight movements, written after 1956 by the Russian composer. The waltz is the seventh movement of the suite, and it is the second waltz in the work, hence the name The second waltz. (From: Andantemoderato)
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Classica page. (April 15, 2016)

"Beauty and the Beast" is already present in band version and now M° Bisceglie gives us a magnificient version for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Disney page. (March 26, 2016)

Rossini wrote "The Barber of Seville" in a few days, between the end of 1815 and February of 1816, when it was performed at the Teatro Argentina in Rome. Symphony original has been lost, and since the first replies Rossini replaced it with the one written in 1813 for the Aureliano in Palmira (already reused even in Queen Elizabeth of England 1815).
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Opera page. (December 29, 2015)

El Cóndor Pasa (The Condor Passes) is an orchestral musical piece from the zarzuela El Cóndor Pasa by the Peruvian composer Daniel Alomía Robles, written in 1913 and based on traditional Andean folk tunes. In 2004, Peru declared this song as part of the national cultural heritage.
It is possibly the best-known Peruvian song due to a cover version by Simon & Garfunkel in 1970 on their Bridge over Troubled Water album. This cover version is called "El Condor Pasa (If I Could)". (Wikipedia)
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Latin-american page. (December 7, 2015)

Amarcord is the main theme of the soundtrack written by Nino Rota for the eponymous film by Federico Fellini, 1973.
We publish band's version by Maestro N. Bisceglie. Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Cinema page. (November 9, 2015)

When You Wish Upon a Star is a song appeared in the film Pinocchio (1940), with text composed by Ned Washington and music by Leigh Harline, originally sung by Cliff Edwards. In 1941 he won the Academy Award asr Best Song.
It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Natale page. (November 2, 2015)

"Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is a song written by Johnny Marks based on the 1939 story Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer published by the Montgomery Ward Company (Wikipedia). It is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Natale page. (October 19, 2015)

"Greensleeves" is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for band and s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments).
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Natale page. (October 5, 2015)

"La gatta" (The cat) is an autobiographical song written, performed and published in 1960 by Gino Paoli.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop music page. (September 7, 2015)

The song "Montagne verdi" (Green Mountains) was presented by Marcella Bella to Song Festival of Sanremo in 1972. It obtained the 7th place in the standings, but sold over half a million copies.
Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop music page. (August 17, 2015)

"Smooth" is a collaboration between Latin rock band Santana and Rob Thomas of the rock group Matchbox Twenty. The song was written by Thomas, DeGaetano and Itaal Shur, sung by Thomas, and produced by Matt Serletic. It won three Grammy Awards: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. Not only was it the final number-one Hot 100 hit of the 1990s, it was also the number-two Hot 100 hit of the 20th century. Smooth is the only song to appear on two decade-end Billboard charts. As of 2013, "Smooth" is ranked the second most successful song of all time by Billboard.
We publish big band's version by Maestro N. Bisceglie. Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop rock page. (June 5, 2015)

"Taps" is a musical piece played at dusk, and funerals, particularly by the U.S. military. It is performed during flag ceremonies and funerals, generally on bugle or trumpet, and often at Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Girl Guide meetings and camps. The tune is also sometimes known as "Butterfield's Lullaby", or by the first line of the lyric, "Day is Done". From Wikipedia)
We publish the version for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments) by Maestro Bisceglie. Watch and listen to the mp3 and pdf demo at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (April 27, 2015)

"More (Theme from Mondo Cane)" is a film score song written by Riz Ortolani and Nino Oliviero for the 1962 film Mondo Cane (Dog's World, or as the soundtrack album states, "a world gone to the dogs").
Originally composed as an instrumental and titled "Ti guarderò nel cuore", lyrics were later provided by Marcello Ciorciolini, which were adapted into English by Norman Newell. At that point, "Theme from Mondo Cane" became "More". "More" is one of Ortolani's most acclaimed and influential works. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 36th Academy Awards in 1963.(From Wikipedia).
We publish the version for Big Band by Maestro Bisceglie. Watch and listen to the mp3 and pdf demo at Cinema page. (April 22, 2015)

Moliendo Cafe is the new Nino Bisceglie's sparkling transcription for Big Band. It is a song by Venezuelan composer Hugo Blanco. It was composed in 1958, when Blanco was 18 years old. The story goes that Blanco's uncle, Jose Manzo Perroni, helped him compose it. In later years, Perroni claimed that he created the melody and sued his nephew. (Wikipedia). Watch and listen to the mp3 and pdf demo at Latina page. (April 13, 2015)

The main themes of the soundtrack written by E. Morricone for the film The Mission , are now available for band version, by Nino Bisceglie. Watch and listen to the mp3 and pdf demo at Cinema page. (April 13, 2015)

Gabriel's Oboe, by Ennio Morricone, is the Mission's film main theme, 1986, directed by Roland Joffe. We publish the version for s.i.m. (schools with classes of musical instrument, with variable intrumentation and adaptable to almost any combination of instruments) by Maestro Bisceglie. Watch and listen to the mp3 and pdf demo at Cinema page. (April 7, 2015)

"Over the Rainbow" is now available in the Maestro Bisceglie's transcription for band.
Watch and listen to the demo pdf and mp3 at Pop rock page. (March 30, 2015)

"Over the Rainbow" (often referred to as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a classic Academy Award-winning ballad, with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg.[1] It was written for the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, and was sung by actress Judy Garland in her starring role as Dorothy Gale. (Wikipedia)
Watch and listen to the demo pdf and mp3 at Pop rock page. (March 23, 2015)

"Gabriel's Oboe" is the main theme for the 1986 film The Mission directed by Roland Joffé.[1] The theme was written by Italian composer Ennio Morricone. The soundtrack for the film was very well received amongst critics, being nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score and earning Morricone the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Cinema page. (March 11, 2015)

"Rock Around the Clock" is a rock and roll song in the 12-bar blues format written by Max C. Freedman and James E. Myers (the latter under the pseudonym "Jimmy De Knight") in 1952. Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Pop rock page. (March 10, 2015)

Come pioveva! by Armando Gill, is the new song of the category "First world war Centenary". Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 23, 2015)

We continue the publication of titles in the category dedicated to the centenary of the first world war. Ta pum Nino Piccinelli, a daring bomber volunteer of the first conflict, born in Chiari in 1898, great musician and valiant fighter Ortigara. The onomatopoeic "ta pum", which originally drew the explosion of mines, intended to mimic the stroke of the firearm, the echo of which is repeated in the valleys. Look and listen mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 16, 2015)

La guerra di Piero is a ballad of Fabrizio De André published in September 1964, from '68 becomes a pacifist and anti-militarist hymn. Mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 16, 2015)

'O surdato 'nnammurato is your favorite song at the time of entry into the war; the text tells the despair of a soldier, fighting at the front, to the remoteness of his beloved that perhaps never again see. Mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 16, 2015)

La campana di San Giusto refers to the crucial time of the signing of the armistice in Padua on 3 November in the Villa Giusti, between General Pietro Badoglio and General Viktor Edle von Webenau. On the same day the Italian troops made their entrance in Trieste, welcomed with joy and happiness of the people who saw them as redeemers, as saviors and liberators. Mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 16, 2015)

La leggenda del Piave (The Legend of the Piave) - and When the saints are the first two titles of a new category opened by Musicamedia for centenary of 1a world War. Mp3 & pdf demos at Centenario 1a guerra mondiale page. (February 5, 2015)

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