If you’re able to read Italian, you’re probably wondering about the title of this post.
Doesn’t estate mean summer? Isn’t it already September? What is she talking about!?
Well, even though it’s September, I’ve been reminiscing about the sounds of an Italian summer and have thus created a playlist with a few canzoni that remind me of my summers spent in Italy.
What did my summers consist of, you ask? What were the images that flashed in my head as I selected each of the songs on my playlist? Well, I’ll tell you. When I think of summertime in Italy I think of il mare, la spiaggia, il gelato, la passeggiata, dei limoni, dei tramonti bellissimi, il calore, l’anguria, Ferragosto, and il Palio di Siena.
In Inglese? The sea, the beach, gelato, going for walks, lemons, beautiful sunsets, the heat, watermelon, the Ferragosoto holiday and the Palio of Siena.
Don’t they make you think of summertime in Italy as well?
Like the prime canzoni playlist, some of these songs are old, some of them are new, some of them are cheezy and some are beautiful. Here’s Un’Estate Italiana!
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Nice playlist! I’d personally add “Fiky Fiky” by Gianni Drudi to the list. It’s really trashy but oh-so-summery! 😉