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And I Love You So

by Giada Valenti

Romantic adult contemporary smooth pop jazz music by Italian singer & songwriter Giada Valenti, born and raised in Venice Italy living in New York.
Genre: Pop: Italian Pop
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1. And I Love You So
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2. Io Che Non Vivo Senza Te
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3. Grande, Grande, Grande
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4. It's Impossible
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5. I Have but One Heart / Marinariello
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6. La Vie En Rose
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7. Tell Him I Love Him / Dicitencello Vuje
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8. Io Che Amo Sole Te
3:26 $0.99
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9. La Voglia La Pazzia
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10. Estate
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11. Se - Love Theme of Cinema Paradiso
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Italy’s Voice Of Love

Singer and songwriter Giada Italian Singer and songwriter Giada Valenti is recognized for her special voice and great stage presence. With her October 2008 release, And I Love You So, Giada is bringing her sophisticated music and European style to music fans worldwide. And I Love You So features Giada’s interpretations of such songs as “La Vie En Rose”, “It’s Impossible”, “Grande Grande Grande” and *Se (love theme of Cinema Paradiso”. The number one jazz resource on the web, E-jazz News, writes: “If you listen to the pop/jazz music of Bublé, Diana Krall and Norah Jones, then you will definitely want to get a hold of And I Love You So and let Giada Valenti enchant you with her voice and mesmerize you with her music.”

Born and raised in Venice, Italy, Giada Valenti started to sing and play piano at the age of seven. She began touring professionally with a band by age twelve. She studied piano and music theory at the Santa Cecilia music school in Venice and got her music degree at the G. Tartini in Trieste. She also studied jazz with American singer Dawn Mitchell.

Giada moved to New York in 2004, after her music got serious interest from a major record label. In December 2005, Giada’s self-released CD Italian Signorina was launched in the USA to great reviews. Italian Signorina featured the song “Caruso” that Giada performed on the red carpet at the Columbus Day Parade in 2005, 2006, and 2007 in New York City. Giada has performed a selection of songs of her new CD “And I Love You So” at the 2008 edition of this parade, and was featured on WNBC 4 New York.

Giada was named Woman of the Year by the Organization of Italian Charities In America at a ceremony in late October. Figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi used Giada’s music in an ice show performance broadcast on NBC. Producer Sonny Grosso and musical director Phil Ramone selected Giada for a role in the Broadway musical Be My Love, based on the life story of tenor Mario Lanza. In 2008 iTunes has named Giada’s version of the song Caruso as one of the 50 best songs in the Italian language.

Since her arrival in New York, Giada has attracted a fast-growing fan base. She performs regularly in theatres, clubs, casino hotels, and festivals throughout the U.S., and is a frequent guest on radio shows in the tri-state area.

Over the past two years, Giada also performed her own original shows La Dolce Vita Swings and Moonlight & Romance, in sold out-theatres in New York. During these shows, she takes her audience on a journey across the Atlantic, singing the most beautiful Italian and American love songs. She has brought these concerts to Europe and to other cities in the United States. Giada also performed at the Sergio Franchi Memorial Concert.

In June 2007 Giada made her the debut at the premiere cabaret room in the U.S.: Feinstein’s at the Regency in New York City. With her show Tribute To The European Divas, featuring the music of such great female singers as Edith Piaf, Dusty Springfield, Mina and Ornella Vanoni, she has become a regular performer at this prestigious venue.

In 2009 Giada will tour around the US with her new show, entitled “Italian Romance”.

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