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    A nineteenth-century Italian folk song, which became very famous during the Second World War, in my arrangement for classical guitar. Tab and score available for free on: http://www.guitarfreescores.com


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    Awesome, Bep', as always. A great way to start the morning. Thanks!

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    Excellent job, Giuseppe!

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    Mille grazie, Giuseppe! Wonderful arrangement and very nice playing.
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    Beautiful, Giuseppe,
    Why did this song become so famous in WWII?
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    Posted down here : http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/sh...819-Bella-Ciao.
    but having a video to post got noticed .. Grazi
    Why did this song become so famous in WWII?
    a Partisan over throwing the Fascist Musolini Government, rallying tune..

    It's Really Great when Revived and done by a Big Street Marching band
    with Lots of Brass , and Drums ..
    Has been performed, to make a protest* of the perpetual Wars began by Decree
    ..over and over again, currently..

    *with thousands, millions, around the world, also on the streets.

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    Does any one have a link to mandolin tabs for this song, bella ciao? I can't seem to find them elsewhere on the forum.

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    Cool, thanks for posting.

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