Libero Bovio

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Libero Bovio
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Libero Bovio (Napoli, June 8, 1883 - † Napoli, May 26, 1942) was a poet, writer, playwright, Italian journalist, author of lyrics of many famous songs in neapolitan language. Along with Salvatore Di Giacomo, Ernesto Murolo and E. A. Mario was an architect of the so-called "Golden Age of Neapolitan Song".
He was also the author of plays, including Gente nosta, 'O professore,'O Macchiettista and also of songs with more dramatic tones than those that had given him fame, such as Lacreme napulitane, Carcere, 'E figlie, Zappatore, Guapparia.
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ms AI 77233 I Grandi Della Canzone Napoletana - Libero Bovio Presentato Da Roberto Murolo — Libero Bovio Libero Bovio, Roberto Murolo Libero Bovio, Roberto Murolo - I Grandi Della Canzone Napoletana - Libero Bovio Presentato Da Roberto Murolo Durium ms AI 77233 Italy 1969 Sell This Version
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AZQ 40013 I Grandi Della Canzone Napoletana Cantano Libero Bovio — Libero Bovio Libero Bovio I Grandi Della Canzone Napoletana Cantano Libero Bovio (Comp) Phonotype Record AZQ 40013 Italy 1971 Sell This Version