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Toni Santagata, stage name of Antonio Morese is an Italian folk singer, composer, comedian and actor. Content from Freebase licensed under CC-BY. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.
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Real Name: Antonio Morese. Profile: Italian singer, songwriter and actor, born December 9, 1940 in Sant'Agata di Puglia, Italy. Sites: tonisantagata. Io e Garibaldi poeta la sua vita le sue poesie (LP, Album). Cantata Dell'Emigrante, Tarantella Pugliese (7"). Sunset Records (4). SNP 3066.
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Artist: Tony Marciano. Album: Quando bussa il cuore, 1996.
Redirected from Tony Santagata). Toni Santagata, stage name of Antonio Morese (born 9 December 1935) is an Italian folk singer, composer, comedian and actor. Born in Sant'Agata di Puglia, Foggia, Santagata debuted as a comedian at the Derby club in Milan, with the show Toni Santagata e il suo cabaret, later also released as an album
A Mare (Old English: mære, Old Dutch: mare; mara in Old High German and Old Norse) is a malicious entity in Germanic and Slavic folklore that rides on people's chests while they sleep, bringing on bad dreams (or "nightmares"). The word "mare" comes (through Middle English mare) from Old English feminine noun mære (which had numerous variant forms, including mare, mere, and mær). These in turn come from Proto-Germanic marōn.
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