Luigi Denza: Funiculì, Funiculà

    "Funiculì, Funiculà" is a famous Neapolitan song written by Italian journalist Peppino Turco and set to music by Italian composer Luigi Denza in 1880. It was composed to commemorate the opening of the first funicular cable car on Mount Vesuvius. The 1880 cable car was later destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 1944.(Some remains of the top station were still visible in September 2012). The song was sung for the first time in the Quisisana Hotel in Castellammare di Stabia and met with huge success. It was presented by Turco and Denza at the Piedigrotta festival during the same year. Edward Oxenford, an English songwriter and translator of libretti, published a version which became somewhat traditional in English-speaking countries.

    Select from available keys according to your range (the first key is the original one). Other transpositions are possible on request.
    If you buy any track, you will automatically receive the tutorial track (with vocal melody played by piano) in the corresponding key.
    You can also download the aria score for free.

     

    Track: mp3, 320kbps, 8.8MB, 3:40

    3,00 € each Funiculi, funiculá - in E♭ key

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    3,00 € each Funiculi, funiculá - in D♭ key

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    3,00 € each Funiculi, funiculá - in B (H) key

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    Free Funiculi, funiculá -
    with vocal melody played by piano

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