Andrea Parodi

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Andrea Parodi (Porto Torres, July 18, 1955 - Quartu Sant'Elena, October 17, 2006) was an Italian singer from Sardinia. He is known for his vocals with several groups, including Coro degli Angeli from 1978 to 1987, and Tazenda from 1988 to 1997 and again 2005-2006, as well as his solo career.[1][2]

His work, including that with Tazenda, blended folk roots of Sardinia with rock and Italian pop, bringing international attention to the island's culture, including Sardu.[3] He worked extensively with various international artists.[citation needed]

He was director for a video about Tazenda and some documentaries on Sardinia, and was producer for other artists, such as fellow Sardinian, Marino de Rosas.

He died from cancer, before fully completing planned work on the album, Rosa Resolza, with Elena Ledda, which was released in 2007.

A museum exhibit was established in 2010.[4] In 2015, the Sardinian town of Nulvi dedicated a new park to him.[5][6] His legacy also endures in the Premio Andrea Parodi, an annual prize for World Music.[7][8]

Discography[edit]

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Albums[edit]

With Coro degli Angeli
Studio albums

  • 1982 - Canzoni di Mogol - Battisti
  • 1984 - Misterios
  • 1986 - Shangay

Live albums

  • 1980 - Cantare - Gianni Morandi
  • 1983 - Live @ RTSI Gianni Morandi
  • 1997 - Coro degli Angeli Live Concert 1984/87

With Tazenda Studio albums

Live albums

Compilations

Solo[edit]

Participant[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Addio a Andrea Parodi, ex cantante dei Tazenda
  2. ^ Andrea Parodi, cala il sipario. L'Unione Sarda. Oct 18, 2006 Archived November 26, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Fegiz ML. Addio ad Andrea Parodi l' «indiano» dei Tazenda: Amico di De Andrè, spaziava tra folk e jazz. Corriere della Sera. Oct 18, 2006. [1]
  4. ^ Redazione Casteddu. Ecco il museo per Andrea Parodi ad Ottana: Un percorso artistico multimediale a cura della Fondazione Andrea Parodi. Feb 14, 2015. [2]
  5. ^ Sabato a Nulvi si inaugura il parco “Andrea Parodi”. La Voce di Alghero. Apr 15, 2015. [3]
  6. ^ Nulvi, Inaugurazione Parco Andrea Parodi. Apr 8, 2015
  7. ^ Premio Andrea Parodi World Music
  8. ^ Al via il bando del Premio Andrea Parodi, l’unico concorso italiano di World Music, le finali a Cagliari dall’8 al 10 ottobre.
  9. ^ [4]

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