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Italy | Sanremo honors the history of the contest with special duets and classics on its third night

February 7, 2020

 

There has been a great celebration on the third night of Sanremo. The historic Italian contest celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, which is why its third night has been focused on reviewing the songs that have made history at this very contest.

 

The contest is divided into four nights (not qualifiers) and the grand finale. The vote of the audience (34%), a jury (33%), the press room and the members of the orchestra (33%) will decide the winner thanks to a mixed and cumulative voting system night by night. The winner of Sanremo 2020 will have the right to represent Italy in Eurovision 2020, an option that if discarded, will go to on another contestant chosen internally by RAI.

 

In this gala called "Sanremo 70", the 24 contestants of this edition have sung a song that has been part of the history of the contest. To do this, they could bring someone to sing together with them on stage. However, some contestants have preferred to do it alone instead.

 

 

The songs of this third night have been:

 

1. Michele Zarrillo with Fausto Leali – “Deborah” (Fausto Leali - 1968)

 

2. Junior Cally with i Viito – “Vado al massimo” (Vasco Rossi - 1982)

 

3. Marco Masini with Arisa – “Vacanze romane” (Matia Bazar - 1983)

 

4. Riki with Ana Mena – “L'edera” (Nilla Pizzi - 1958)

 

5. Raphael Gualazzi with Simona Molinari – “E se domani” (Mina - 1964)

 

6. Anastasio with Premiata Forneria Marconi – “Spalle al muro” (Renato Zero - 1991)

 

7. Levante with Francesca Michielin and Maria Antonietta – “Si può dare di più” (Umberto Tozzi, Gianni Morandi ed Enrico Ruggeri - 1987)

 

8. Alberto Urso with Ornella Vanoni – “La voce del silenzio” (Tony Del Monaco - 1968)

 

9. Elodie with Aeham Ahmad – “Adesso tu” (Eros Ramazzotti - 1986)

 

10. Rancore with Dardust and La Rappresentante di Lista – “Luce (tramonti a nord est)” (Elisa - 2001)

 

11. Pinguini Tattici Nucleari – Medley: “Papaveri e papere” (Nilla Pizzi - 1952) / “Nessuno mi può giudicare” (Caterina Caselli - 1966) / “Gianna” (Rino Gaetano - 1978) / “Sarà perché ti amo” (Ricchi e Poveri - 1981) / “Una musica può fare” (Max Gazzè - 1999) / “Salirò” (Daniele Silvestri - 2002) / “Sono solo parole” (Noemi - 2012) / “Rolls Royce” (Achille Lauro - 2019)

 

12. Enrico Nigiotti with Simone Cristicchi – “Ti regalerò una rosa” (Simone Cristicchi - 2007)

 

13. Giordana Angi with Solis String Quartet – “La nevicata del '56” (Mia Martini - 1990)

 

14. Le Vibrazioni with Canova – “Un'emozione da poco” (Anna Oxa - 1978)

 

15. Diodato with Nina Zilli – “24 mila baci” (Adriano Celentano - 1961)

 

16. Tosca with Silvia Pérez Cruz – “Piazza Grande” (Lucio Dalla - 1972)

 

17. Rita Pavone with Amedeo Minghi – “1950” (Amedeo Minghi - 1983)

 

18. Achille Lauro with Annalisa – “Gli uomini non cambiano” (Mia Martini - 1992)

 

19. Bugo e Morgan“Canzone per te” (Sergio Endrigo - 1968)

 

20. Irene Grandi with Bobo Rondelli – “La musica è finita” (Ornella Vanoni - 1967)

 

21. Piero Pelù“Cuore matto” (Little Tony - 1967)

 

22. Paolo Jannacci with Francesco Mandelli and Daniele Moretto – “Se me lo dicevi prima” (Enzo Jannacci - 1989)

 

23. Elettra Lamborghini with Myss Keta – “Non succederà più” (Claudia Mori - 1982)

 

24. Francesco Gabbani“L'italiano” (Toto Cutugno - 1983)

 

 

At the end of the gala, the result of members of the orchestra vote were released:

  1. Tosca

  2. Piero Pelù

  3. Pinguini Tattici Nucleari

  4. Anastasio

  5. Diodato

  6. Le Vibrazioni

  7. Paolo Jannacci

  8. Francesco Gabbani

  9. Rancore

  10. Marco Masini

  11. Raphael Gualazzi

  12. Enrico Nigiotti

  13. Rita Pavone

  14. Irene Grandi

  15. Michele Zarrillo

  16. Achille Lauro

  17. Levante

  18. Giordana Angi

  19. Elodie

  20. Alberto Urso

  21. Junior Cally

  22. Riki

  23. Elettra Lamborghini

  24. Bugo e Morgan

 

The ranking of the jury vote during the first and second nights was as follows: 

  1. Francesco Gabbani - “Viceversa”

  2. Le Vibrazioni - “Dov'è”

  3. Piero Pelù - “Gigante”

  4. Pinguini Tattici Nucleari - “Ringo Starr”

  5. Elodie - “Andromeda”

  6. Diodato - “Fai rumore”

  7. Irene Grandi - “Finalmente io”

  8. Tosca - “Ho amato tutto”

  9. Michele Zarrillo - “Nell'estasi o nel fango”

  10. Levante - “Tikibombom”

  11. Marco Masini - “Il confronto”

  12. Alberto Urso - “Il sole ad est”

  13. Giordana Angi - “Come mia madre”

  14. Raphael Gualazzi - “Carioca”

  15. Anastasio - “Rosso di rabbia”

  16. Paolo Jannacci - “Voglio parlarti adesso”

  17. Achille Lauro - “Me ne frego”

  18. Enrico Nigiotti - “Baciami adesso”

  19. Rita Pavone - “Niente (Resilienza 74)”

  20. Riki - “Lo sappiamo entrambi”

  21. Elettra Lamborghini - “Musica (e il resto scompare)”

  22. Rancore - “Eden”

  23. Bugo e Morgan - “Sincero”

  24. Junior Cally - “No grazie”

 

The provisional ranking, which combines the results of jury and the orchestra, will be released on the fourth night on 7th February.

 

Who is your favourite so far? Would you like to see any of these artist at Eurovision? Let us know in the comments!

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