A few days ago a great pain overwhelmed the Italians. The death of the beloved Raffaella Carrà has shaken anyone and it is not easy to say goodbye. Yesterday, after Italy’s victory, the voice of the “queen of Italian television” rang out in the Wembley stadium.
After 53 years, Italy is back to win the Europeans. Last night, the National men’s football was awarded the title of champion of Europe.
It is the second time that Italy wins the victory at the Europeans, thus reaching France (which also counts two victories) and falling behind Spain and Germany which instead have three total victories.
The final of the Europeans took place at the stadium Wembley, to London. Italy triumphed, beating England on penalties.
In fact, there was a draw during regular and extra time. The result up to that point was 1-1 with goals from the Englishman Luke Shaw and Italian Leonardo Bonucci. Then, the decisive victory ofItaly during penalties.
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In all the incredibly beautiful emotion and sense of joy just following the decisive victory, a musical choice was made that increased even more the already irrepressible and euphoric feeling of happiness.
In the stadium yes Wembley, in fact, one of the best known songs of Raffaella Carrà, who passed away on July 5, at the age of 78.
Italy-England: ‘You start making love’
That emotion arouses an irrepressible desire to cheer, perhaps even by singing a song, is nothing new. In fact, immediately after Italy’s victory against England, the stadium of Wembley was surrounded by a single choir.
To resound in the stadium, one of the symbolic songs of the Carrà: You start making love. Among other things, the Carrà it was not only loved in Italy, but also in the rest ofEurope. One of the most important British newspapers, The Guardian, had dedicated an article to the mythical character of Raffaella Carrà:
The Italian pop star who taught Europe the joy of sex.
So it was, last year, devoted an entire article to Raffaella Carrà, who died last July 5th. Yesterday, then, right in the stadium of London in which the final of the Europeans, the iconic song of the “queen of Italian television” was sung. An unforgettable, exciting moment that pays homage to the multifaceted artist who has marked the Italian cultural, musical and television history.
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