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Volammo davvero: un dialogo ininterrotto

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Il mito di Faber, il leggendario Fabrizio De André, non declina ed è destinato a iscriversi per sempre nel pantheon italiano, non solo dello spettacolo ma anche della cultura in generale. Lo testimonia la raccolta di scritti inediti: lezioni universitarie, interventi a convegni, interviste che hanno per protagonista il gotha degli innamorati di Faber, da Michele Serra ad ...more
Paperback, 459 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by BUR
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Oct 22, 2013 Fiammetta rated it it was amazing
That's just one of the best books I ever read about Fabrizio De André: it's not only about him,it's about his message,his poetry,his writing,his music. I really would reccomend it for anyone who does like or (like me) love De André's music,knowing that it's much more about thinking than about just listening.
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