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Dalida - Ciao Amore, Ciao Album

  • Performer: Dalida
  • Title: Ciao Amore, Ciao
  • Size MP3 ver: 2801 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1478 mb
  • Country: Greece
  • Date of release: 1967
  • Style: Chanson
  • # Catalog: 11099
  • Label: Barclay
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Pop
Dalida - Ciao Amore, Ciao Album

Tracklist

1Il Sole Muore
Choir – I Cantori Moderni Di AlessandroniConductor [Choir] – Alessandro AlessandroniConductor [Orchestra] – Alain GoraguerWritten-By – Pease, Vincent, Forlai, Bardotti
2Ciao Amore, Ciao
Conductor [Orchestra] – Ruggero CiniWritten-By – L. Tenco

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BN 7010Dalida Ciao Amore, Ciao / Il Sole Muore ‎(7")BarclayBN 7010Italy1967
M 937Dalida Ciao Amore, Ciao / Il Sole Muore ‎(7", Single)BarclayM 937Germany1967
BN 7010, 45BN 7010Dalida Ciao Amore, Ciao / Il Sole Muore ‎(7", Dif)Barclay, BarclayBN 7010, 45BN 7010Italy1967
BA 18010Dalida Ciao Amore, Ciao / Il Sole Muore ‎(7", Single, Promo)BarclayBA 18010Peru1967
BA 18010Dalida Ciao Amore, Ciao / Il Sole Muore ‎(7", Single)BarclayBA 18010Peru1967

Notes

Made in Greece.

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BIEM

Album

Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Listen album. Group Compilation. Songs in album Dalida - Les Annees Barclay : Ciao Amore Ciao 1966-1967 1991. Dalida - El Cordobes. Dalida - Et. Dalida - Je Crois Mon Coeur. Similar compilations. Les Annees Barclay : Ciao Ciao Bambina 1958-1959. Watch the video for Ciao Amore Ciao from Dalida's 40 Succes En Or for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Dalida was a pseudonym of Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti 1933-1987, also known as يولاندا كريستينا جيجليوتي and, following French naturalisation, Yolanda Gigliotti, was a singer of Italian origin, who made her career in Franc read more. Текст песни: Violins played by the wind are crying Softly the silvery rain is sighing Slowly the flame of our love is dying It rains on our love, and we must part. Ciao, amore Italian for Goodbye, my love, Bye love or Hello, my love, listed as simply Ciao amore in the official Eurovision website, was the Yugoslav entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984, performed in Serbo-Croatian by the Yugoslav duo Vlado & Isolda and written by the Montenegrin songwriters Slobodan Bučevac and Milan Perić. At the close of voting, it received 26 points, placing 18th in a field of 19. Official Eurovision Song Contest site, history by year, 1984. Ciao Amore Ciao. Released: Dec Amore Ciao. This song is by Dalida and appearsCiao Amore Ciao. This song is by Dalida and appears on the album Dalida 1967. on the compilation album Les années Barclay, l'intégrale: 1956 - 1970 1991. on the album Dalida Live, instants d'émotion 2000. This song is a cover of Ciao amore, ciao by Luigi Tenco. Nous sommes deux ombresEt deux solitudesUn grand amour sombreDans les habitudesEt l'on ose à peineRompre le silenceMieux vaudrait la haineQue l'indifférenceMais je veux vivre vivreJe veux qu'on m'aime. Artist: Dalida. Album: Dalida Bande originale du film, 2017. Ne Reviens Pas Mon Amour. Mon Coeur Est Fou


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