Pierre Delauney’s tribute to the Italian team



Production date: July 2006
Playout date: 9/7/2006
Camera: Fuji Finepix
Camera: Logitech webcam
Post Production: Small amount of WMM
Location: Living room at home
Soundtrack: Sang “Non ti scordar di me” by Gigli
Languages used: Italian
Animals featured: None

Zey seenk eet’s all over? Eet eez now! Pierre’s back for his second video, saying what he thinks about Zidane’s “final bow”, and presenting the song “Non ti scordar di me” by Gigli, popularised at the world cup twenty years ago by the Three Tenors.

Now obviously Pavarotti sings this far better than I do, he may have been unwell at the last world cup, and as you will know, his sad demise came not long after.

Luciano Pavarotti in Vélodrome Stadium, 15/06/...

The maestro sadly missed

 

Recently the four yearly event of the world cup came round again – amazing how time flies. The viewer figures showed the second five hundred views on this happen within a couple of months, and since then it’s plateaued off and had only a handful of views in two years.

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Posted on 04/09/2010, in Me singing with introductions, Pierre Delauney, Satire and Comedy and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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