The hardest Italian song to sing: La voce del silenzio (cover)

The hardest Italian song to sing: La voce del silenzio (cover)
Mina, 1968
La voce del silenzio,  is a song composed by Paolo Limiti, Mogol and Elio Isola, presented at the Festival di Sanremo 1968 interpretation by Tony Del Monaco and Dionne Warwick (hitwas a year in which every song had 2 interpreters: 1 Italian,  and 1 a famous international singer).
This song is particularly difficult to sing, because it takes a great extension of voice.
2 of the artists who have played better, are Mina and Massimo Ranieri.
Below, some covers of this difficult song to sing.
The opening melody of the verse corresponds to the first bar of the prelude in C minor of the second volume of the Well-Tempered Clavier by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 871.

Above: La voce del silenzio (original version sung by Tony Del Monaco, Sanremo 1968)

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