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There was once a neorealism and the Rome of districts and old villages. The Rome of the Mamma Roma and then the Rome of the Canzoniere del Lazio. Despite all its historical limitations, the great strength of neorealism lay in its ability to describe the proletarian and subclass class without rhetoric or bourgeois falsity.
The first mention of the Muro del Canto, a complex of popular Roman music, leads to these traces, the traces of which go back to the post-war period. A dark and rough voice, deep percussion, powerful bass, guitar, piano and accordion. Not only popular songs played in a modern key, but real new songs by ordinary people.
The themes range from the highest love to the deepest hatred, from eternal conflicts to dark revenge, which lead through more explicit political themes like the corruption of the church or the bombing of San Lorenzo in 1944. Especially, very topical and disturbing are the stories of the narrator's voice sometimes looking out along the disc.
They describe it as the nucleus of tortured Rome, the dark voice that climbs the streets. With L'ammazzasette, the Wall of Singing descends into the heart of the suburbs, gathering fragments of the destroyed ideologies of the new century to contemplate the desolate, lyrical and epic defeat of mankind. The villages that gave way to the new suburbs, the old anger, the black misery, the individualism, the individualism and even more the new Roman proletarian as a result of the rot of the bourgeois guilt.
The wall of singing is a timeless voice, a voice of the people, it is the anthem to the earth, it is the disillusionment and the serenade. It'?s a hard-working song, it's the old lullaby.
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The exhibition will open on April 10, 2016 at the Queens Museum in New York and will remain open until July 31, 2016, then from September 16, 2016 to March 2017 at the GRAMMY Museum in L.A. (co-partner of the organization). On September 16, 2016, the second part will make its début at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, Los Angeles.
This exhibition will emphasize their accomplishments in the field of musicianship and will have a particular impact on the vibrant synergies between New York City's art and dance scene in the seventies and eighties. Queens Museum's heteration begins with its Queens origins and reveals its rise in contemporary art and cultural life, while the GRAMMY Museum release will contextualise the group in the wider context of historical and popular art.
Gastkurator Marc H's visions. Other artefacts will included souvenirs such as clothes and musicals. New York's post-pop scene in the seventies and eighties was characterized by a new breed of musicians taking up residence in the region's loft and apartment buildings.
Andy Warhol' work with the Velvet Underground and the San Francisco psychological poster and cartoon arts, which were linked to musical expression through the use of trade arts and arts forms, inspired others. It is curated by Marc H. Miller, Visiting curator of the Queens Museum, and Bob Santelli, Managing Director of the GRAMMY Museum.
They also receive further funding for this exhibit from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts supported by Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Fully-developed as a musician and songwriter, they were convinced of their strength and the importance of what they had.
It was the first longplayer with a new drum player (Marky), followed by CJ (bass) and Richie (drums). "This is exactly what the group did on every LP they ever made, on every set they ever performed on. "It was the combination of four oddly oriented figures - all of whom live at a screamingly distant relationship in the bourgeois, preservative environs of Forest Hills, where their needs as young artists and tired criminals far outweigh the confusion of difference and war that never quite separated them.
Queens Museum is a locally located cosmopolitan arts venue in Flushing Meadows Corona Park with modern arts, cultural activities and education programmes that reflect the variety of Queens and New York City. This museum presents works by up-and-coming and mature painters, temporary exhibits dealing with modern themes of the city, and works on the site's wealth of historical significance.
The museum opened its new room in November 2013, a 105,000 m² hall with a towering skylit auditorium, a series of daylight art galeries, 9 art studio's and venues for events. This museum tries to achieve beneficial changes in the nearby municipalities through activities that range from multi-lingual public relations and education programs for adults to the Corona Studio residential programme that involves performers in the area.
This museum also carries out education activities aimed at pupils, young people, parents, senior citizens and people with intellectual and physical handicaps. Queens Museum is situated on a plot entirely under the ownership of the City of New York and its operations are partly made possible by government funding provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
As an homage to the wealth y of musical culture, this unique twenty-first hundred kilometer long heritage site will explore and celebrate the lasting legacy of all musical genres, the creativity, arts and technologies of the production chain, and the story of the first acknowledgement of outstanding achievement in the record industry - the GRAMMY Award. GRAMMY offers an area of 30,000 sqm of interactivity and multi-media displays within L.A. LAIVE, the sport, leisure and housing area in the center of Los Angeles.
With thoughtful and vibrant programmes and exhibitions, visitors can enjoy unparalleled inside views of musical life that only the GRAMMY Museum can offer. The Queens Museum: The GRAMMY Museum: