By Mauro D'Agati.
Steidl, 2009. 104 pp., 1 color and 55 tritone illustrations and DVD, 8½x11¾".
Palermo Unsung tells the story of singers, cantanti neomelodici, performing at the music festivals in the south of Italy and their frenzied public. It is a story of the common man, ragamuffin, culturally corrupt but human and paradoxically authentic.
A 20 minute DVD, assembling pictures by Mauro D’Agati and soundtrack by Domenico Sciajno, gives a sense of the vibrant acoustics and emotions of these popular festivals.
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