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Libero Bovio (9 June 1883 – 26 May 1942) was a Neapolitan lyricist and dialect poet. Bovio was one of those responsible for the rejuvenation of Neapolitan dialect in plays, poetry and song at the beginning of the twentieth century. He took odd jobs at newspapers and then went to work in the export office of the National Museum. He then became director of Canzonetta a small publishing concern dedicated to the music of Naples. A collection of his dialect comedies appeared in 1923 and his collected poems were published in 1928. He is primarily remembered for his lyrics to some 600 Neapolitan songs, set to the music of prominent Neapolitan songwriters of his day. Among his best remembered lyrics are Reginella, Passione (song), 'O paese d' 'o sole and, in 1925, Lacreme napulitane, a song that d

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  • Libero Bovio (né à Naples le 9 juin 1883 et mort dans la même ville le 26 mai 1942), est parolier et poète en napolitain. (fr)
  • Libero Bovio (9 June 1883 – 26 May 1942) was a Neapolitan lyricist and dialect poet. Bovio was one of those responsible for the rejuvenation of Neapolitan dialect in plays, poetry and song at the beginning of the twentieth century. He took odd jobs at newspapers and then went to work in the export office of the National Museum. He then became director of Canzonetta a small publishing concern dedicated to the music of Naples. A collection of his dialect comedies appeared in 1923 and his collected poems were published in 1928. He is primarily remembered for his lyrics to some 600 Neapolitan songs, set to the music of prominent Neapolitan songwriters of his day. Among his best remembered lyrics are Reginella, Passione (song), 'O paese d' 'o sole and, in 1925, Lacreme napulitane, a song that describes the drama of the immigrant Neapolitan in America. (en)
  • Libero Bovio (Napoli, 8 giugno 1883 – Napoli, 26 maggio 1942) è stato un poeta, scrittore, drammaturgo e giornalista italiano, autore di testi di molte celebri canzoni in lingua napoletana.Insieme a Salvatore Di Giacomo, Ernesto Murolo ed E. A. Mario è stato un artefice della cosiddetta epoca d'oro della canzone napoletana. È anche noto per essere stato il figlio del noto filosofo Giovanni Bovio e il nonno dell'avvocato, giornalista e docente universitario Libero Corso Bovio. (it)
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  • Libero Bovio (né à Naples le 9 juin 1883 et mort dans la même ville le 26 mai 1942), est parolier et poète en napolitain. (fr)
  • Libero Bovio (Napoli, 8 giugno 1883 – Napoli, 26 maggio 1942) è stato un poeta, scrittore, drammaturgo e giornalista italiano, autore di testi di molte celebri canzoni in lingua napoletana.Insieme a Salvatore Di Giacomo, Ernesto Murolo ed E. A. Mario è stato un artefice della cosiddetta epoca d'oro della canzone napoletana. È anche noto per essere stato il figlio del noto filosofo Giovanni Bovio e il nonno dell'avvocato, giornalista e docente universitario Libero Corso Bovio. (it)
  • Libero Bovio (9 June 1883 – 26 May 1942) was a Neapolitan lyricist and dialect poet. Bovio was one of those responsible for the rejuvenation of Neapolitan dialect in plays, poetry and song at the beginning of the twentieth century. He took odd jobs at newspapers and then went to work in the export office of the National Museum. He then became director of Canzonetta a small publishing concern dedicated to the music of Naples. A collection of his dialect comedies appeared in 1923 and his collected poems were published in 1928. He is primarily remembered for his lyrics to some 600 Neapolitan songs, set to the music of prominent Neapolitan songwriters of his day. Among his best remembered lyrics are Reginella, Passione (song), 'O paese d' 'o sole and, in 1925, Lacreme napulitane, a song that d (en)
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  • Libero Bovio (en)
  • Libero Bovio (fr)
  • Libero Bovio (it)
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