Zecchino d'Oro


Zecchino d'Oro

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It was started by Cino Tortorella, and the first two festivals were held in Milan. In 1961, the festival was taken up by the Antoniano Institute and moved to Bologna.

In 1963, Mariele Ventre, a conductor and director of young performers, created the Piccolo Coro dell' Antoniano Children's Choir (called Piccolo Coro "Mariele Ventre" dell' Antoniano after her death, and directed by Sabrina Simoni). From 1976 the festival took on an international perspective - each year seven Italian songs and seven foreign songs are sung by children and voted for by a children's jury. The winning song is rewarded with the Zecchino d'Oro (Golden Sequin) award.

::"See : List of Zecchino d'Oro songs"

List of authors

*Mourad Abderrahim
*Biagio Antonacci
*Yumiko Ashikawa
*Christopher Azzopardi
*Dodi Battaglia
*Edoardo Bennato
*Alessandro Bigarelli
*Marco Bigi
*Ferdinand Bjanku
*Susy Blady
*Gloria Bonaveri
*Antonella Boriani
*Ali Saïd Bouzomita
*Francesco Cambareri
*Giorgio Calabrese
*Roberto Carlotto
*Carmelo Cassar
*Mariella Cassar
*Luigi Cavalletto
*Gabriela Sauciuc Cicone
*Luigi Cilumbriello
*Mestre Ciquinho Correa
*Lucio Dalla
*Giancarlo Di Maria
*Enzo Ghinazzi
*Ramiro Gomes Dias
*Roby Facchinetti
*Claudio Farina
*Gianfranco Fasano
*Roberto Ferri
*Francesco Freyrie
*Giovanni Paolo Fontana
*Daniele Fossati
*Michele Galasso
*Mario Gardini
*Giovanni Gotti
*Franco Graniero
*Gianfranco Grottoli
*Gianmarco Gualandi
*Mina Hiramatsu
*Wang Hong
*Minoru Kainuma
*Fayçal Karoui
*Anna Kozlova
*Italo Ianne
*Marco Iardella
*Bruno Lauzi
*Ornella Della Libera
*Roberto De Luca
*Gino Magurno
*Mario Manasse
*Guido Mandreoli
*Alessandro Margozzi
*Augusto Martelli
*Algirdas Martinaitis
*Tony Martucci
*Franco Lo Mauro
*Massimo Mazzoni
*Sergio Menegale
*Angelo Messini
*Maria Cristina Misciano
*Leandro Misurello
*Marco Mojana
*Daniele Moretto
*Albert Morris
*Darrin Mullins
*Caleb Onka
*Federico Padovano
*Mario Pagano
*Fabrizio Palaferri
*Violeta Palcinskaite
*Renato Pareti
*Marzia Pecce
*Maurizio Piccoli
*Flavour Polle
*Maria Francesca Polli
*Josè Angel Perez Puentes
*Yankilè Hidaldo Rodriguez
*Fernando Rossi
*Silvestro Russo
*Francesco Salvi
*Ashanka Sen
*Pai Jin - Shan
*Naomi Shemer
*Emilio Di Stefano
*Marian Stere
*Giuliano Taddei
*Leone Tinganelli
*Sandro Tuminelli
*Paolo Vallerga
*Massimo Varini
*Andrea Vaschetti
*Nino Velijanashvili
*Vittorio Sessa Vitali
*Robert Hager Von Strobele
*Riccardo Zara
*Andrew Zammit
*Ömer Zülfü Livaneli

External links

* [http://www.antoniano.it/zecchino Antoniano Official Homepage (42-47 ZdO)]
* [http://www.antoniano.it/zecc05 Antoniano Official Homepage - 48 ZdO]
* [http://www.zecchino.rai.it Raiuno Official Homepage - 48 ZdO]
* [http://www2.zecchinodoro.com/ Antoniano Official Homepage - 49 ZdO]
* [http://www.zecchinodoro.rai.it/R2_HPprogramma/0,,1067033,00.html Raiuno Official Homepage - 49 ZdO]
* [http://www.zecchinodoro.rai.it/R2_HPprogramma/0,,1067126,00.html Raiuno Official Homepage - 50 ZdO]
* [http://www.zecchinodoro.org/ Antoniano Official Homepage - 50 ZdO]


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