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‘A Cammaratisa, Un brano della musica folk siciliana

‘A Cammaratisa, Un brano della musica folk siciliana

 

 

 

Tra le canzoni siciliane più famose, ce n’è anche una intitolata ‘A Cammaratisa.

La protagonista è una giovane donna che, dal paese di origine, si è lasciata abbagliare dalla vita di città.

La musica popolare siciliana è ricca di brani folkloristici. Il pregio di queste canzoni, è la loro capacità di raccontare storie semplici in cui, un tempo, molta gente riusciva a immedesimarsi. A seconda dell’argomento trattato, troviamo canzoni molto profonde e commoventi, come ad esempio i canti di lavoro, oppure altre decisamente più frivole e leggere. Si tratta di due perfette rappresentazioni delle tante anime della Sicilia. Una terra ricca di sole e colori che, però, non nasconde ombre e tristezza. Il brano di oggi appartiene all’elenco di quelli che hanno prettamente una funzione di intrattenimento. È la storia di una ragazza che lascia il paese e si lascia conquistare dalla vita di città, pure troppo! Il titolo è ‘A Cammaratisa, perché la protagonista è di Cammarata, in provincia di Agrigento. La madre vorrebbe che tornasse al paese e pensasse a cercare marito, ma lei non ne ha alcuna voglia.







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