Magically Wondrous Classic Italian Songs By Various Artists

Classic Italian Songs
From one of the most colorful lands, comes the music that talks of life, love, and more. Here's a list of the most famous music that comes from Italy, a place that celebrates it.
Italian music is truly unique, from a global standpoint. Historically speaking, Italy was one of the biggest centers of classical music from the 16th century. Ever since the days of Ottorino Respighi, Alfredo Casella, and Luciano Berio, the Italians have held pride in their national musical heritage. They managed to freely preserve the most vital components that defined any music as Italian, yet were experimental in nature, minimally combining musical elements from around Europe. One such artist was Ferruccio Busoni.
Italy is the land of love known for its rich cultural heritage and food. Italian songs have always been famous for their ethnicity and style. Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and Claudio Villa are some of the globally popular Italian singers. Italian opera and classical music have always been popular among music lovers.
The list of some of the greatest Italian performers includes names such as Louie Prima, Dean Martin, Connie Francis, and Mario Lanza. They've all enchanted us with their voices and their compositions throughout the ages, ensuring that Italy always plays a lead role in world music.
Popular Italian Classical Music

Nessun Dorma

Giacomo Puccini

E lucevan le stelle
Giacomo Puccini

O mio babbino caro
Giacomo Puccini

Che Gelida Manina
Giacomo Puccini

La donna è mobile
Giuseppe Verdi

Libiamo ne' lieti calici
Giuseppe Verdi

Va, Pensiero
Giuseppe Verdi

Largo al Factotum
Gioacchino Rossini

Là ci darem la mano
Don Giovanni

Turandot Suite
Ferruccio Busoni

Doktor Faust
Ferruccio Busoni

La Giara
Alfredo Casella

Pause del silenzio
Gian Francesco Malipiero

Risurrezione
Franco Alfano

Popular Italian Contemporary Music

Luna Rossa (Red Moon)
Claudio Villa

Arrivederci Roma
Claudio Villa

Io Mammeta e Tu
Renato Carosone

O Surdato Nnammurato
Roberto Murolo

Napule è
Peppino Di Capri

Una Lacrima Sul Viso
Bobby Solo

Cuore Matto
Bobby Solo, Little Tony

Abbronzatissima
Edoardo Vianello

I Watussi
Edoardo Vianello

L' Ultimo Bacio
Katia Ricciarelli

Non T'amo Piu'
Katia Ricciarelli

Nell' Aria
Marcella Bella

Firenze, Santa Maria Novella
Pupo

Mi votu e mi rivotu
Carlo Muratori

Splendido Splendente
Rettore

Piccola Katy
Riccardo Fogli

Almeno Tu Nell'Universo
Rita Forte

Roma Nun Fa La Stupida Stasera
Rita Rondinella

Il Rock di Capitan Uncino
Canzoni Tour

Se Qualcuno Ti Dirà
Ada Montellanico, Enrico Rava

Come Prima
Tony Dallara

L'edera
Nilla Pizzi

Eri Piccola Così
Fred Buscaglione

Buonasera Signorina
Adriano Celentano

Una ragione di più
Mino Reitano

Un'Adorabile Follia
Mino Reitano

Caruso
Paolo Mengoli

Le Ragazze Fanno Grandi Sogni
Canzoni Tour


Classic Italian Wedding Songs

Adagio

Lara Fabian

Buona Sera
Louis Prima

Forget Domani
Frank Sinatra

Come on-a My House (Italian)
Rosemary Clooney

Mala Femmena
Connie Francis

Tango Italiano
Connie Francis

Al di là
Emilio Pericoli

Angelina Zooma Zooma
Louis Prima

Besame Mucho
Dean Martin

Arrivederci Roma
Jerry Vale

That's Amore
Dean Martin

Ti Amo
Umberto Tozzi

Quando un amore se ne va
Albano & Romina Power

O Sole Mio
The Three Tenors

Volare
Domenico Modugno

Domani
Julius La Rosa

Italian Street Song
N. Eddy & J. MacDonald

Mama
Connie Francis

Santa Lucia
Luciano Pavarotti

Summertime in Venice
Sergio Franchi

Italian music spans entire centuries of rich works, both conformist and non-conformist. Their resistance to German and French composing styles has been well-documented, and it has helped preserve the true nature of Italian music.
The topic is indeed vast and quite difficult to cover entirely. If you do feel that I've missed out on some influential Italian music, feel free to mention it in the comments.