||World Heartstrings CD (2011) |
Al Fabrizio discography In this, their fifth Heartstrings album, Al Fabrizio and Hugo Wainzinger capture some of the world's favorite songs representing ten different countries: Austria, Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Russia and Spain.
Some of these songs were actually composed by writers who were not native to the countries represented. Nevertheless, their songs have become familiar to us all, awakening memories of travels, movies and romantic experiences; evoking emotions which people worldwide commonly feel. Hugo's ...
||Italian Heartstrings CD (2002) |
Al Fabrizio albums Al (Anselmo) Fabrizio grew up in New York State with two musician brothers. His parents were from Abruzzi, Italy. He reminisces about his early days in Cortland: "It seemed like everybody played an instrument. We'd walk by our neighborhood barber shop in the evenings and hear Nick, and his son Matt playing clarinet duets by the hour. They'd be playing classics and mazurkas-joyous music that touched my heart." He recalls, "Our house was always ...
||Serenata Italiana CD (2002) |
Al Fabrizio music CDs Al Fabrizio plays the traditional Neopolitan mandolin. His music appeals to young and old of every ethnic background with classic Italian love songs and European dances. He plays in the "tremolo" style which adds unusually warm expression and phrasing. His music creates an easy romantic listening mood which blends perfectly with candles, wine and pasta.
His CD entitled 'Serenata Italiana' is a selection of songs which transports the listener to the canals of Venice, the hills of Tuscany and the weddings of Sicily and provides "love potions" deeply ...