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Giorgio Consolini

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Giorgio Consolini
Background information
Born(1920-08-28)28 August 1920
Bologna, Italy
Died28 April 2012(2012-04-28) (aged 91)
Bologna, Italy
GenresPopular music, folk
Years active1945–2011
LabelsCGD, Parlophon, Meazzi, Edig, Mia Records

Giorgio Consolini (28 August 1920, Bologna – 28 April 2012, Bologna) was an Italian singer. In 1954, he won the Sanremo Music Festival in partnership with Gino Latilla, with the song "Tutte le mamme".[1]

Biographical notes

On 5 October 2008, Consolini participated in Omaggio a Pino Rucher, una vita per la chitarra ("Homage to Pino Rucher, a life for the guitar"). The event, in honor of Pino Rucher (RAI guitarist) twelve years after his death, was sponsored by the municipal authorities of Manfredonia and by the authorities of the Province of Foggia.[2]


  1. ^ Paolo Gallori (20 February 1999). "1/La storia del Festival: Gli anni Cinquanta e Sessanta". la Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 24 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Giorgio Consolini". Sanremo Story (in Italian). 30 April 2012. Archived from the original on 31 July 2018. Retrieved 14 February 2018.

Further reading

  • Enzo Giannelli (1990). "Consolini, Giorgio". In Gino Castaldo (ed.). Dizionario della canzone italiana (in Italian). ed. Curcio.
  • Eddy Anselmi. "Consolini, Giorgio". Festival di Sanremo. Almanacco illustrato della canzone italiana (in Italian). Modena: edizioni Panini.
Preceded by Winner of the Sanremo Music Festival
Giorgio Consolini / Gino Latilla
Succeeded by
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