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Gildo De Stefano

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Gildo De Stefano, to work in the newspaper, Nov 2012
Gildo De Stefano, to work in the newspaper, Nov 2012

Ermenegildo De Stefano (born in Naples, Italy) is an Italian journalist, music critic and musicologist.

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Biography

Italian writer and journalist specializes in African-American music. Music journalist, sociologist, and critic of the Italian daily Roma and art director of the Italian Festival of Ragtime. Degree in Sociology of Communications, collaborates with RAI Radio from the 1980s, for which he conducted jazz programs and regularly publishes essays on Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana [it] published by RAI. He organizes courses of Afro-American music and Creative Writing workshops in various Italian universities and music conservatories including San Pietro a Majella. He is the author of the only ragtime history in Italian language, published by Marsilio Editori (Venice) in two editions, in 1984 and in 1991. In the mid-1990s, has won a national prize for journalism of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport to coincide with the arrival among finalists of literary Prize Calvin [it], and in the 2018 the Campania Felix International Journalism Award.

Gildo De Stefano receives the Campania Felix International Journalism Award from the President of the Jury
Gildo De Stefano receives the Campania Felix International Journalism Award from the President of the Jury

Collaborates with the Foundation for the Encyclopedia Italiana Treccani for African-American voices and other international journals as the Canadian CODA magazine''.[1]

He is Member of the National Union of Writers and Artists.[2]

Gildo De Stefano received the "Giancarlo Siani Award" by the editor of the newspaper Il Mattino
Gildo De Stefano received the "Giancarlo Siani Award" by the editor of the newspaper Il Mattino

Works

On. Silvia Costa, President of the European Commission Education and Culture, presents the book of Gildo De Stefano in Terracina Book Festival 2014
On. Silvia Costa, President of the European Commission Education and Culture, presents the book of Gildo De Stefano in Terracina Book Festival 2014
  • AfroAmerican Songs, Gammalibri Editions, Milan 1982.
  • History of Ragtime: origins, evolution, technique, 1880–1980, Marsilio Editions, Venice 1984 ISBN 8831749846
  • Three hundred years of Jazz: 1619–1919 – The origins of Afro-American music between sociology and anthropology, SugarCo Editions, Milan 1986.
  • Modern Jazz: 1940–1960 – Chronicle of creative two decades , Kaos Editions, Milan 1990.
  • Frank Sinatra (biography), Marsilio Editions, Venice 1991.
  • Vinicio Capossela (biography), Lombardi Editions, Milan 1993.
  • Francesco Guccini (biography), Lombardi Editions, Milan 1993.
  • Louis Armstrong (biography), Préface by Renzo Arbore, Italian Scientific Editions, Naples 1997.
  • Vesuwiev Jazz, Italian Scientific Editions, Préface by Renzo Arbore, Naples 1999.
  • Easy street story, L'Isola dei ragazzi Editions, Naples 2007 ISBN 8887292965
  • The people of samba: the story and the characters of Brazilian popular music, RAI Editions, Rome 2005.
  • Around Ragtime and Jazz, Préface by Amiri Baraka, Introduction by Gianni Minà, Sugarco Editions, Milan 2007 ISBN 887198532X
  • The Voice. Life and Italian roots of Frank Sinatra, Préface by Renzo Arbore, Coniglio Editions, Rome 2011
  • A social history of jazz, Préface by Zygmunt Bauman, Mimesis Editions, Milan 2014 ISBN 9788857520018
  • Naples stories, Amazon.it, Naples 2015, ASIN: B00XMZ1HOI
  • Ballad and death of a cat in the street- Malcolm! Malcolm!, Preface by Claudio Gorlier, Postface by Walter Mauro, Amazon.it, Naples 2015, ASIN: B017LYN7G6
  • Zoo Scampia, Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, Milan 2016

References

  • (in Italian) This article is partially or totally taken from the Italian Wikipedia's article entitled Gildo De Stefano.

Notes

  1. ^ "Welcome to CODA – Jazz Understood™ – About CODA".
  2. ^ The union of writers founded immediately after the war, by some famous italian writers including Corrado Alvaro.

External links

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