8 Reply to “ La Befana Trulallà - Various - Baby Party Vol. 3 (CD) ”

  1. Oct 22,  · Befana comes during the night with her old ruined shoes and the “roman” dress hurrah hurrah Befana! Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Baby Party Vol. 3 on Discogs. Label: Universal Music Italia - • Series: Baby Party • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Pop, Children's • Style: Europop Various ‎– Baby Party Vol. 3 La Befana Trulallà: /5(1).
  3. Dec 19, - Explore Danielle Sadek's board "La Befana", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Christmas in italy, Holidays around the world, Italian christmas pins.
  4. The Befana is celebrated throughout all of Italy, and has become a national icon. In the regions of the Marches, Umbria and Latium, her figure is associated with the Papal States, where the Epiphany held the most importance. Urbania is thought to be her official home. Every year there is a big festival held to celebrate the holiday. About 30, to 50, people attend the festivities.
  5. La bufera vincera’. E cantando trullala’, La Befana arrivera’. Trulalla’ Trullala’ Trullala’. Un bambino, grande come un topolino, Si è infilato nel camino, Per guardarla da vicino. Quando arriva la Befana Senza denti Salta, balla, beve il vino. Poi di nascosto s’ allontana Con la notte appiccicata alla sottana. E un vento caldo.
  6. Trullala' Trullala' Trullala'. La Befana vien di notte con le scarpe tutte rotte, con la calza appesa al collo, col carbone, col ferro e l'ottone. Sulla scopa per volare. Lei viene dal mare. Lei viene dal mare. E la neve scendera' sui deserti del Maragia', dall'Alaska al Canada'. E partire lei dovra' e cantando partira' da ciociara si vestira', con il sacco arrivera', la bufera vincera'.
  7. Jan 02,  · This article is written by Contributing Editor Tony Traficante. La Befana, An Italian Christmas Tradition La Befana vien di notte con le scarpe tutte rotte, col vestito alla romana viva viva La Befana! The Christmas season in Italy is one that begins with the Novena eight days before Christmas and lasts until the Feast of the Epiphany .

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