“Memories Of Italy”: A Cinematic Short Film By Gunther Machu (2016)

“Memories Of Italy” is a Cinematic Travel Short Film Directed By Gunther Machu.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Gunther Machu

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“Italy – I have to come back again and again. It has this unique combination of friendly people, ancient cities, fantastic landscapes and the Mediterranean Sea. Here is a collection of my recent visits to Venice, Ventimiglia and Florence.”

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Music:  “Duettino Sull’aria” (“Little Tune On The Breeze”)

         “The Marriage of Figaro” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sull’aria . . .                                                On the breeze
Che soave zeffiretto . . .                      What a gentle zephyr . . .
Zeffiretto . . .                                           Zephyr . . .
Questa sera spirera!                            Will sigh this evening!
Questa sera spirera                              Will sigh this evening . . .
Sotto i pini del boschetto.                 Beneath the pine grove.
Sotto i pini?                                            Beneath the pines?
Sotto i pini del boschetto . . .            Beneath the pine grove . . .
Ei gia il resto capira.                            He will understand the rest.
Certo, certo il capira.                           Certainly, he’ll understand.
Ei gia il resto capira.                            He will understand the rest.
Canzonetta sull’aria . . .                     Little tune on the breeze
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One thought on ““Memories Of Italy”: A Cinematic Short Film By Gunther Machu (2016)”

  1. You keep being my favorite travel companion Gunther. I love roaming the world thru your videos. This one has changed the usual look to your films and I found out why when reading your reply to Ben. I like this a lot…;-) Love the use of opera, well I love opera period so that was a great match to the images evoking nostalgic memories. Keep em coming!

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