Learning to cope with life through 50 of the most beautiful songs ever
Some songs are now part of our emotional DNA, timeless songs telling about life and its challenges, not only to the generations that made them famous and loved them madly, but also to the future ones. We helped our children love those songs and, generation after generation, they kept being loved and connecting everyone’s tastes, dreams and wishes.Most of those songs tell about life and its challenges in a unique and sensible way, with a great emotional and artistic competence. You only have to say their titles and they will immediately come up to your mind. Some of these songs are also much more because, inside the small space of a musical piece, they contain a whole musical world. Songs that explain and speak about life better than a psychologist or a philosopher and which are beautiful not only for grown-ups but also for the youngest.This book aims at being a “musical journey” to the world of mom and dad’s songs (or grandpa and grandma’s), based on some pieces which belong to everyone’s collective memory. Unforgettable songs we need to take back in our life of grown-ups of the third millenium, but also to suggest to a son or a daughter (or grandson and grandaughter). They are narrations which might “open the worlds” and represent bridges of intergenerational communication, allowing to convey and represent very complex topics.With full color illustrations by VERONICA VECI CARRATELLO
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Alberto Pellai, Barbara Tamborini
Alberto Pellai is a doctor and children psychoterapist, and also a researcher at the Bio-Medical department at the Università degli Studi of Milan, where he works on prevention. In 2004 the Italian Ministry of Health has awarded him the silver medal of merit in Public Health. He is the best seller author of many books for parents, teachers, teenagers and children written with Barbara Tamborini.