Italian Intermezzo

Italian Intermezzo
Ken Peplowski Sextet
Released 2000
Genre Opera
Italian folk
Length 43:53
Label Menus and Music Productions, Inc.
Producer Sharon O'Connor

Italian Intermezzo is a different kind of outing for jazz and rhythm guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli. The song selections come from Italian folk music and the opera, and Ken Peplowski co-leads this sextet with him. For fans of either Pizzarelli or Peplowski, this album will probably still appeal to you nevertheless. The album was marketed as part of a dinner music series, and is supposed to be optimal for playing during an authentic Italian meal

Track listing

  1. Ah! Marie
  2. Non Dimenticar
  3. Ciribiribin
  4. Arrivederci Roma
  5. Core 'Ngrato
  6. Anema E Core
  7. Funiculi, Funicula
  8. Mattinata
  9. Torna A Surriento
  10. Malafemena
  11. Vieni Sul Mar
  12. O Sole Mio
  13. Santa Lucia
  14. Tarantella


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