Bella La Vita

The album "Bella La Vita", sung by Maurizio Fabrizio, Katia Astarita, contains 7 tracks including some of the best writing in the past by Maurizio.
"Almeno Tu nell’Universo", "I Migliori Anni della Nostra Vita" "Acquarello" are proposed by the author in a refined key, vaguely Latin, together with unpublished "Che Sa di Sale", "Profuma l’Aria e Dolce e Tenero è il Vento" and "Rosa", sung also in Spanish, the soundtrack of the movie "Repuestos" shooting in Guatemala.
The use of two voices, constantly in parallel between Maurizio and Katia gives a very particular sound to the album, supported by an orchestration deliberately very simple and basic. The seventh song, "Bella La Vita", as well as giving the title of this album is the first single written by Maurizio in collaboration with Toquinho and is also distinguished by the beauty of the text signed by Guido Morra (who is the author of all the texts, except "Rosa" and "Almeno Tu nell’Universo").
You can purchase the new album by Maurizio Fabrizio and Katia Astarita from the iTunes Store.



L'Arte dell'Incontro

Maurizio Fabrizio is undoubtedly one of the most important musicians and composers of the Italian music scene. He has written for major artists such as Eros Ramazzotti, Mina, Antonello Venditti, Renato Zero, Toquinho, Placido Domingo and Josh Groban.
Maurizio Fabrizio, author of unforgettable songs for the greatest interpreters of Italian music, arrives in St.Petersburg for a dating - concert cycle entitled "L’Arte dell’Incontro" (March 2017).

L'Arte dell'Incontro

2013

Style: Pop

Tracks: 19

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Bella La Vita

2011

Style: Pop

Tracks: 7

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Personaggi

1980

Style: Soft Rock, Acoustic

Tracks: 8

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Primo

1979

Style: Neo-Classical, Prog Rock, Disco

Tracks: 10

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Movimenti nel Cielo

1978

Style: Prog Rock, Disco

Tracks: 12

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Azzurri Orizzonti

1975

Style: Acoustic, Folk Rock, Soft Rock

Tracks: 8

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