The promo video of the latter shows the two singers performing the track sitting in a rowing boat on a sunny summer's day in London's Hyde Park. 16 in September 2003.[4]. After the completion of the tour six of these interpretations were recorded in studio and released on the album Elisir which also included two previously unreleased songs, the opening track "Nuvole" ("Clouds") and a cover version of Lennon and McCartney's "The Fool on the Hill", released as the lead single. – 7. Park Hotel was a considerable success both critically and commercially, reaching the Top 20 in most parts of Continental Europe, peaking at No. Later in 1996 she appeared as singer and co-writer on Trey Gunn's solo album The Third Star, performing the title track. The mid-tempo synth-driven ballad was based around a very brief excerpt from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera The Magic Flute and was performed on stage in Luxembourg with three classically trained mezzo-sopranos. 1999 saw Bissi on another small-scale tour project with a six-piece acoustic band, exploring and interpreting sacral and spiritual – but not exclusively religious – music, performing in smaller venues and churches in the North of Italy. Rallye Sanremo 1981. [3] The album spawned three single releases, "I Am a Taxi", "Dimmi di sì" ("Tell me yes") and "Open Your Eyes", an English/Italian language R&B duet with Skye Edwards, lead singer of British trip hop band Morcheeba. An alternate version of "Una notte speciale" appears on the 1987 album Elisir. A tour in Continental Europe and Scandinavia followed in 1987 on which Bissi performed tracks from the Park Hotel album alongside reworked arrangements of songs from her earlier repertoire; the romantic "Una notte speciale" became an up-tempo rock track, breakthrough single "Il vento caldo dell'estate" was given an updated synthesizer and drum-machine treatment while songs like "La Mano", "Rumbarock" (retitled "Hispavox") and "Notte a Roma" were performed unplugged with acoustic guitars and sparse percussion. The album contained four single tracks from 1998's Exit and 1995's Charade, the original versions of "Visioni" from 1989's Il sole nella pioggia and "In Viaggio Sul Tuo Viso" from 1992's Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi as well as new interpretations of tracks from her early repertoire, including "Chanson Egocentrique" (another duet with Bluvertigo), "Prospettiva Nevski", "A cosa pensano", "Nomadi", "Il vento caldo dell'estate", a technofied take on "Per Elisa" and an orchestral solo version of "I treni di Tozeur". Belriver The duet made her one of the best-selling Italian artists on the German-speaking markets of the mid-1980s and it has been said that she at this stage of her career even sold more records in these countries, the Benelux and Scandinavia than in her native Italy. De Rally van San Remo 1981, formeel 23º Rallye Sanremo, was de 23e editie van de rally van San Remo en de tiende ronde van het wereldkampioenschap rally in 1981.Het was de 97e rally in het wereldkampioenschap rally die georganiseerd wordt door de Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). In Japan the album was released under the title Kusamakura (Grass Pillow) and then included the new recording "Le scogliere di Dover" ("The reeves of Dover"), with which Alice participated in the World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo in early 1988. Alice Per Elisa Sanremo 1981. video, sharing, camera phone, video phone, free, upload Alice Sanremo 1981.jpg 640 × 480; 59 KB. Alicja) is a 1982 musical-fantasy film co-produced by Belgian and Polish film companies.The film is a modern telling of Lewis Carroll's 1865 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland story and stars French actress Sophie Barjac in the title role. Alice had her breakthrough after winning the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Per Elisa" in 1981, followed by European hit singles like "Una notte speciale", "Messaggio", "Chan-son Egocentrique", "Prospettiva Nevski" and "Nomadi" and albums like Gioielli rubati, Park Hotel, Elisir and Il sole nella pioggia charting in Continental Europe, Scandinavia and Japan. Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on January 31, 1982 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! In 1975 she quit her day job at a design studio and took the stage name Alice Visconti as she was signed by the Italian subsidiary of CBS Records and released her debut album La mia poca grande età. The single which sold nearly a million copies in West Germany alone was also a number one in Switzerland and Austria. Tags: download Sanremo 1981 album, Sanremo 1981 mp3, buy Sanremo 1981, descargar Sanremo 1981 … The singles "Piccola anima" and "Io voglio vivere", both in the fairly traditional Italian easy listening genre, became minor chart successes in late 1975 and early 1976, the latter also a modest hit in France. The hits package included a Euro disco remix of the 1982 track "Chan-son Egocentrique", originally a duet with Franco Battiato. Sanremo 1981 playlist Per quest'edizione e le tre successive sono ammessi brani con testi interamente in una lingua diversa dall'italiano, a condizione che almeno uno degli autori fosse di nazionalità italiana. The remixed version of the track, also released as a 12" single, omitted all lines sung by the composer himself – again this was done without the knowledge or approval of either Bissi or Battiato. A re-recorded version of "Per Elisa" was included in the 2000 career retrospective Personal Jukebox. ... Edizione proficua quella del 1981 per il Festival di Sanremo che vede in Alice una vincitrice anonima e, forse, inaspettata rispetto alla più sanremese ed immediata Loretta Goggi con la sua “Maledetta primavera”. Her latest album Samsara was released in 2012. The album consolidated her position as one of Italy's leading artists and was followed by another successful European concert tour. In Italy the Gioielli rubati album won Alice the award Premio Tenco for Best Interpretation the following year. The remix of "Chan-son Egocentrique" was omitted from the track list. Alice (also known as Per Elisa) is the fourth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Alice, released in 1981 on EMI Music.. View full results of Milano-Sanremo 1981, won by Fons de Wolf before Roger De Vlaeminck (2nd) and Jacques Bossis (3rd). Ed. The song was both lyrically and musically a modern paraphrase of Ludwig van Beethoven's "Für Elise" but it was by no means an archetypal sentimental Sanremo ballad. Wielrennen - Milaan - San Remo - 1981 - Gedetailleerde uitslagen. Mastering date on the run-out groove: 16-01-81. The show was hosted by Claudio Cecchetto, assisted by the actress Eleonora Vallone and by the singer Nilla Pizzi (two times winner of the Festival).. "Alice" The Wild One (TV Episode 1981) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Nov 23, 2019 - http://www.publispei.it/productions/45/season/1 Charade, which included single releases "Dammi la mano amore" ("Give Me Your Hand, My Love") and "Non ero mai sola" ("I Was Never Alone"), was very much in the same vein as 1992's Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi but further developed the use of minimalist ambient/avant-garde backgrounds, with fractured guitars and woodwind, muted trumpets and accordion set against programmed TR-808 rhythms, influenced by contemporary dance music genres like electronica and trance, fused with world music samples and looped vocals, but again with the main focus on the esoteric and evocative lyrics. 5. 13 on the Swedish albums chart and it also became her breakthrough on the Japanese market, despite the fact that all lyrics still were entirely sung in the Italian language. Profiles No profiles attached. Ricchi e Poveri Sanremo 1981.webp 520 × 545; 44 KB. 1983, Sanremo • asphalt - gravel 775.89 km • Other years. 23. developed by Shacki 2006 - 2020. For the live performance at the contest Bissi made full use of her vocal strength and range; one of the singer's trademarks is the exceptionally low register of her contralto voice, "Per Elisa" is also partly sung in falsetto and thus covers close to four octaves. The mainpart of the songs were collaborations between Juri Camisasca and pianist, violinist and composer Marco Liverani[2] including lead single "Visioni" ("Visions"), follow-up and title track "Il sole nella pioggia", "Tempo senza tempo" ("Time Without Time") and "Le ragazze di Osaka" ("The Girls in Osaka"). WRC #10 • Italy #8 (coef 5) Alice (Italian pronunciation: [aˈliːtʃe]; born Carla Bissi on 26 September 1954), also known as Alice Visconti, is an Italian singer-songwriter and pianist, active since 1971. 1981, Sanremo • asphalt - gravel 751.06 km - (cancelled 47.30 km) • Other years. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1981 Vinyl release of Tutto Sanremo 1981 on Discogs. The album which included material co-written by Bissi herself, Messina, as well as prolific Italian lyricist, composer and singer Juri Camisasca was also Bissi's first proper international venture as it was entirely recorded with a four-piece band consisting of Italian keyboardist Michele Fedrigotti plus three internationally acknowledged and highly influential musicians: American bassist Tony Levin, American drummer Jerry Marotta and British guitarist Phil Manzanera. The year of 2006 alone saw EMI releasing no less than four of these best of packages in Continental Europe, Scandinavia and Japan. Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on August 15, 1981 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! [1] Both Alice and Battiato have since recorded several solo interpretations of "I treni di Tozeur", both with contemporary and classical arrangements, and the song also appears on the CD set of Eurovision Winners and Classics produced to coincide with the Congratulations 50th Anniversary special of late 2005 as well as on the accompanying DVD. In her more recent career Alice has explored a diverse range of musical genres including classical, jazz, electronica and ambient and has collaborated with a large number of renowned English and American musicians. oitentices recentes. The winner of the Festival was Alice with the song "Per Elisa". Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. The material was mainly co-written by Bissi and producer Francesco Messina with contributions from Richard Barbieri, Paolo Fresu and Rosario Cosentino but the album also included an English language cover version of Tim Buckley's "Blue Melody" and lead single "In viaggio sul tuo viso" incorporates the Hungarian folk melody "Istenem Istenem". The following years saw the release of the albums Azimut (Azimuth) and Falsi allarmi, again mainly composed by Bissi herself, but also including further songwriting collaborations with Battiato and Giusto Pio, and both albums produced by Angelo Carrara. A condurre è per la prima volta Claudio Cecchetto, affiancato dalla soubrette Olimpia Carlisi e dal futuro Premio Oscar Roberto Benigni. A second album on CBS followed in late 1977, Cosa resta... Un fiore, recorded with the same team of producers, composers and musicians as the debut, including the singles "...E respiro" and "Un'isola" which also met with moderate commercial success. 10. Grand tours. 25. God Is My DJ, which also was recorded and released by Warner Music, comprised works by composers as diverse as Arvo Pärt, David Crosby, Popol Vuh, Eleni Karaindrou, Gavin Bryars, Franco Battiato and Jane Siberry, French, Hungarian and Livonian traditionals, as well as 11th and 14th century hymns sung in Ancient Greek and Latin. Despite this, the 1994 collection – including the unapproved disco remix without Battiato's vocals – still remains in print, some fifteen years later. Nov 23, 2019 - http://www.publispei.it/productions/45/season/1 The following year saw her winning another music award, La gondola d'argento in Venice, with the song "La festa mia" as well as making her debut in the important Sanremo Music Festival performing "Il mio cuore se ne va" in the Newcomers category, also released as her debut single, the song however failed to qualify for the finals. Elisir was later awarded the prestigious prize Goldene Europa for sales on the German-speaking markets. In 1997 she and producer Francesco Messina, Gavin Harrison and Juri Camisasca among others (Stefano Battaglia, Bruno Romani, etc.) The track "Una notte speciale" was released as the follow-up single to "Per Elisa". Se vuoi puoi vedere l’intera puntata qui ver perfil. were part of the collaborative crossover/ambient/fusion project Devogue, with Bissi singing lead vocals on five of the thirteen titles, two of which in fact ambient dub remixes of tracks from her own studio albums. Alice - Per Elisa (Sanremo 1981) tags: alice. 10. "Il Giorno dell'indipendenza" was one of three new recordings, the other two being "Tutto è niente" ("All Is Nothing") and an Italian language cover version of David Bowie/Pat Metheny Group's "This is Not America". This article is about the Italian singer-songwriter Alice. After Bissi's parting ways with EMI, the label and its Dutch mid-price subsidiary Disky Communications have continued to capitalise on the rights to her back catalogue, issuing a large number of hits compilations in various price ranges under titles like I grandi successi di Alice, Collezione, Le signore della canzone, Made in Italy, Studio Collection, The Best of Alice, Collezione Italiana etc., again mainly including early 1980s hits. Milan-San Remo 1981: Cristóbal, Barnabas: Amazon.nl Selecteer uw cookievoorkeuren We gebruiken cookies en vergelijkbare tools om uw winkelervaring te verbeteren, onze services aan te bieden, te begrijpen hoe klanten onze services gebruiken zodat we verbeteringen kunnen aanbrengen, en om advertenties weer te geven. In early 1981 she returned to the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Per Elisa", composed by Bissi herself, Franco Battiato and his … The album was notably different to the preceding "I treni di Tozeur" and Gioielli rubati, as it mainly focussed on blues-tinged, melancholy and suggestive ballads with airy soundscapes giving plenty of room for the musicians to display their respective talents and for Bissi to use her vocal skills in a new musical environment. The project was marred by further problems with record companies but eventually evolved into Viaggio in Italia (a title shared with Goethe's "Italian Journey" and Rossellini's "Journey to Italy"), released in 2003 on the independent label NuN. 10. The album's opening track "Prospettiva Nevski", minutely detailing a cold winter's day at Saint Petersburg's "Nevsky Prospekt" in the early twentieth century, became Alice's best-selling solo single in Continental Europe and Scandinavia since her breakthrough with "Per Elisa" and was followed by "Summer on a Solitary Beach", "Il Re del Mondo" ("The King of the World") and "Luna indiana" ("Indian Moon", loosely based on Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata") and introduced Battiato's music to a wider European audience. The Sanremo Music Festival 1981 was the 31st annual Sanremo Music Festival, held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, province of Imperia between 5 and 7 February 1981 and broadcast by Rai 1.. Top 1. Rally Sanremo 1981 Servizio Rai [Claudio Cappio] Show comments / Zobrazit komentáře. 10. Saved by Naif Panic Scares. WRC #10 Including the Hit "Per Elisa". The compilation was issued without the knowledge or approval of Bissi herself. The unorthodox Sanremo entry and Bissi's delivery of the song dressed in tight jeans and a leather jacket made a strong impression on both the juries and the TV audiences; "Per Elisa" won the contest, becoming one of the first up-tempo rock tracks to do so and it became Bissi's commercial breakthrough, not only in Italy but also in the rest of Continental Europe, becoming a Top 10 hit also in Switzerland and Austria and most other parts of Western Europe, including Scandinavia. Angelo Carrara's production of the album, recorded in Milan and mixed at The Power Station Studios in New York City, accentuated Battiato's influences from classical masters such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Mozart and Johannes Brahms by juxtaposing modern sequencer-programmed synthesizers and drum machines against a classically arranged string section, just like in the case of "I treni di Tozeur" courtesy of the opera house La Scala in Milan. Alice won the San Remo Festival in 1981 with that song. The album closes with the English language track "Now and Forever", a duet with British progressive rock singer-songwriter Peter Hammill. Top e Flop di Sanremo 1981. The Viaggio in Italia album brought Alice back to the Top 20 in Italy, peaking at No. Per Elisa (Carla Bissi, Franco Battiato e Giusto Pio) Alice 2. 2006 saw the label issuing a greatest hits package entitled Le Più Belle Canzoni Di Alice, paradoxically and confusingly exactly the same title as one of the four EMI compilations released the very same year, which includes seven tracks recorded for the CBS label in 1975 and 1977 coupled with some of her best-known 80s hits such as "Per Elisa", "Prospettiva Nevski" and "Nomadi", the latter are however not the original versions but re-recordings dating from the 2000 album Personal Jukebox, which the compilation fails to mention in its liner notes. Alice - "Per Elisa" patchwork -1981,1982,2003,2009,2011 with Lyrics and English Translation - Duration: 3:45. It was also Bissi's debut as a composer, with her writing the majority of the songs and over the course of the following albums she would become increasingly involved in the production of her music, both as composer, lyricist, musical arranger and sound engineer. Side two of the original vinyl album however opened with a multilayered a cappella interpretation of the medieval French folk song "Orléans" on which Alice again showed her vocal capability by singing all harmonies covering four octaves, followed by the acoustic "Anìn A Grîs" sung in the Friulian language. "I treni di Tozeur" however became that year's bestselling entry in Continental Europe, and paradoxically enough also a Top 20 hit in Sweden. In 1998 Bissi released Exit, her most pop-oriented and melodic studio album since the late 1980s, again clearly influenced by urban dance music genres like electronica and contemporary R&B; or as Allmusic wrote in their review "the album often suggests Sarah McLachlan in a duet with Enigma". seguir perfil. mais sobre mim. [E Am G F A Bm C Dm B Cm D Gm] Chords for Sanremo 1981 - Alice - Per Elisa with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. The years 1993 and 1994 saw Bissi embarking on the tour project Art et Décoration with the Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra, interpreting works by composers such as Reynaldo Hahn, Charles Ives, Maurice Ravel, Xavier Montsalvatge, Geni Sadero, Gabriel Fauré, Ivor Gurney, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Heitor Villa-Lobos. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alice_(Per_Elisa)&oldid=978187771, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Momenti d'ozio" (Alice, Franco Battiato, Giusto Pio) – 3:18, Flaviano Cuffari – drums tracks A1, B1, B3, Filippo Destrieri – keyboard instruments, Fender Rhodes, synth, This page was last edited on 13 September 2020, at 12:18. The partly instrumental concert was later recorded in studio and released as Mélodie passagère on EMI. Keuze van een seizoen : Two further singles on the Carosello label credited as Carla Bissi followed in 1972 and 1973, both faring relatively unnoticed by the Italian audiences. At this time Bissi also dropped the Visconti part of her stage name and the Capo Nord album was the first to be credited simply as Alice. The Sanremo Music Festival 1981 was the 31st annual Sanremo Music Festival, held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, province of Imperia between 5 and 7 February 1981 and broadcast by Rai 1. It also supports free music download for Android, PC, and Mac Sanremo 1981 Download Mp3 - Sanremo 1981 - Alice - Per Elisa , Free MP3 Finder is the best music downloader for free MP3 download online, which offers hires MP3 music download and MP4 music video download varied Sanremo 1981 - Alice - Per Elisa Free MP3 Download in one Click. Soprannominata "la cerbiatta di Forlì" per i grandi occhi, ha iniziato a cantare e comporre canzoni dagli anni Settanta. The rough rock track had lyrics which dealt with jealousy, betrayal, anger and revenge. Despite receiving generally positive reviews from music critics and a following sold-out European concert tour the Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi album itself was only a moderate commercial success. Later that same year she teamed up with Italian progressive rock band Bluvertigo for the duet "Troppe emozioni" ("Too Many Emotions"), included on their album Metallo non-metallo. The albums spun off further popular single releases like "Messaggio" ("Message"), the nonsensical French/Italian/German/English language "Chan-son Egocentrique" ("Selfcentred Song", a duet with Battiato), "A cosa pensano" ("What Are They Thinking"), "Notte a Roma" ("Night in Rome"), "Solo un'idea" ("Just A Thought") and "Il profumo del silenzio" ("The Scent of Silence"). Da sinistra: le cantanti Marisa Sacchetto, Angelica, Carla Bissi – conosciuta con il nome d'arte Alice – e Marcella Bella, a Sanremo nel 1972.Alice è nata a Forlì, il 26 settembre del 1954, e oggi compie 60 anni. Unlike the first version, Viaggiatrice solitaria covered tracks from all eras of her career on EMI, including selections from her then more recent works Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi and Il sole nella pioggia. These became especially successful in West Germany, which led to her recording the German/Italian language duet "Zu Nah Am Feuer" with singer Stefan Waggershausen in late 1983, an English/Italian version was later also released in certain territories under the title "Close to the Fire". De start en finish was in San Remo In 1984, she represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest with "I treni di Tozeur", a duet with longtime collaborator Franco Battiato. Festival di Sanremo 1981. In 1995 Bissi signed a five-year contract with the WEA/Warner Music label and released another pop album, the both musically and lyrically introspective and contemplative Charade featuring contributions from musicians like King Crimson's Trey Gunn, several tracks with British improvisational solo violinist and arranger Stuart Gordon and acoustic tracks with the American/Belgian/Japanese California Guitar Trio. Elisa is a symbolic character, a woman that has taken the singer's companion, and can get him do anything, "and she's not even beautiful!". On the following European Charade tour in 1996 Bissi performed with a four-piece band consisting of Robby Aceto (The Club, Talking Heads, David Sylvian etc.) 50 seguidores. After the comparatively low sales of albums Mélodie Passagère – Alice Canta Satie, Fauré & Ravel (1988) and Mezzogiorno Sulle Alpi (1992) the EMI label declined to release or even record the 1993/1994 project Art et Décoration with the Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra. Get the Alice Setlist of the concert at Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy on November 19, 1983 and other Alice Setlists for free on setlist.fm! Park Hotel was promoted by lead single "Nomadi" ("Nomads"), an epic ballad by Camisasca, followed by "Il senso dei desideri" ("The Sense of Desire"), "Viali di solitudine" ("The Boulevards of the Lonely"), "Volo di notte" ("Fly by Night") and a remix of the up-tempo track "Conoscersi" ("Knowing Yourself"). Instead they released a greatest hits compilation in 1994 entitled Il vento caldo dell'estate, taking its title from the artist's first Italian hit single and mainly focussing on material recorded in the early 1980s. Sanremo 1981 Tutto Sanremo 1951 - 2011 Presentano: Claudio Cecchetto, Eleonora Vallone e Nilla Pizzi Canzone vincitrice: "Per Elisa", cantata da Alice Classifica, canzoni e cantanti-----1. Eric Randall 9,036 views Alice Per Elisa Sanremo 1981. Alice (also known as Per Elisa) is the fourth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Alice, released in 1981 on EMI Music. In 1986 Bissi changed musical direction as she returned to the charts with the album Park Hotel, her first project with keyboardist, arranger and producer Francesco Messina, with whom she was to collaborate extensively over the next two decades. Some copies came with a promotional sheet in german. The album includes Alice's winning entry in the 1981 Sanremo Music Festival, "Per Elisa", and the Alice album was released under that title in certain territories, then also with alternative cover art. In the Spring of 2000 Bissi returned to the Sanremo music festival, twenty-eight years after her debut with "Il mio cuore se ne va" and nineteen years after the victory with "Per Elisa", and this time in the category for established artists. the best music downloader for free MP3 song download. Unlike Mélodie passagère the Art et Décoration project was not recorded by EMI and still remains unreleased. Het was de 97e rally in het wereldkampioenschap rally die georganiseerd wordt door de Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile . Sanremo 1981 Artist: Various Artists Release Date: 1981 Genres: Other Duration & Bitrate: 1:12:04 147 Kbs. Alice (a.k.a. Nel 1981 Alice torna al Festival di Sanremo con un altro pezzo scritto insieme a Franco Battiato, “Per Elisa“, brano che le ha fatto ottenere la vittoria al festival. The aggressive lyrics fit perfectly with the deep voice and the image of confident woman of singer Alice, whose victory at the Sanremo Festival in 1981 … The two subsequently considered taking legal action against the label to have the compilation and the remix single withdrawn – only to find that they legally had no control over the use of their respective bodies of work recorded for EMI. Festival di Sanremo 1981 Marina Occhiena.jpg 520 × 545; 44 KB. Despite being tipped to win and arguably the best reception from the audiences on the night as well as receiving the coveted "twelve points", the full mark, from countries as diverse as Spain and Finland, Alice and Battiato lost out to the Swedish song "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley", and finished 5th out of 19 entries. ... Alice è una delle favorite della vigilia in quanto reduce dal successo del singolo « Il vento caldo dell’estate». This song won the "Festival di Sanremo" contest in 1981. Her career in music started as she as a seventeen-year-old won the 1971 Castrocaro Music Festival under her birth name Carla Bissi, with an interpretation of the song "Tanta voglia di lei", originally composed and recorded by classic Italian rock band Pooh. The album opens with a solo interpretation of the new composition "Come un sigillo" with music by Battiato and lyrics by philosopher Manlio Sgalambro, originally recorded as a duet with the composer on his 2002 album Fleurs 3. After fifteen years of alternately composing, recording, promoting her work in the media as well as extensive touring, the Charade Tour marked Bissi's final major European concert venture. In recent years Bissi has periodically toured with the project Lungo La Strada (Along the Road) with Steve Jansen, Marco Pancaldi and Alberto Tafuri, performing in both classical auditoriums, churches and concert halls in Italy. Per Elisa non sai più distinguere che giorno è e poi, non è nemmeno bella. As a compromise she agreed to take part in the production of another hits compilation, this time under her supervision. Exit also includes a second duet with Bluvertigo's Morgan, "L'immagine" ("The Images"), and closes with a cover version of French singer-songwriter Leo Ferré's "L'Etranger" ("The Stranger"), with lyrics based on a poem by influential French nineteenth century poet, critic and translator Charles Baudelaire. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1981 Vinyl release of Alice on Discogs. La cantante Alice canta ” Per Elisa ” al Festival di Sanremo del 1981. De Rally van San Remo 1981, formeel 23º Rallye Sanremo, was de 23e editie van de rally van San Remo en de tiende ronde van het wereldkampioenschap rally in 1981. 2. Tour de France; In 2001 Bissi launched the tour project Le parole del giorno prima (Words of the past day), an homage to some of Italy's foremost cantautori, singer-songwriters and lyricists, including Ivano Fossati, Fabrizio De André, Francesco De Gregori, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Franco Battiato and Giorgio Gaber, mainly covering material from the 1970s and the early 1980s but interpreted with contemporary musical arrangements and an emphasis on the lyrical qualities of the songs.