Italy 1954-1955

From July 1954 through January 1955, Alan Lomax made the first broad survey of Italian folk music, producing over 3,000 recorded items. Diego Carpitella, his collaborator in preparing for the research, accompanied him for three months of the field trip and also co-edited the two Columbia LPs that resulted from these recordings: Southern Italy and the Islands and Northern and Central Italy. Their research was underwritten by the BBC, financed by Lomax, and planned with the guidance of Georgio Nataletti, director of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome. It covered all previously undocumented regions of Italy and represents the music and songs of peasants, shepherds, fishermen, and artisans in over a hundred localities from Sicily to the Alps.

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Session Region,Country Date
Sciacca 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Unidentified Italy 1954/1955 (Italy - General), Italy
Trapani 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Nicosia 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Caltanissetta 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Sommatino 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Maletto 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Riposto 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Avola 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Bagheria 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Palermo 7/54 Sicilia, Italy
Melia 7/54 Calabria, Italy
Scilla 7/54 Calabria, Italy
Bagnara 7/54 Calabria, Italy
Cardeto 7/54 Calabria, Italy
Mammola 7/54 Calabria, Italy
Cinquefrondi 8/54 Calabria, Italy
Vibo Valentia Marina 8/54 Calabria, Italy
Feroleto Antico 8/54 Calabria, Italy
Calimera 8/54 Puglia, Italy
Galatone 8/54 Puglia, Italy
Martano 8/54 Puglia, Italy
Bisceglie 8/54 Puglia, Italy
Locorotondo 8/54 Puglia, Italy
Cagnano 8/54 Puglia, Italy
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