Many Moods of Love
Ha! Ha! Ha! The Sorelle Sisters is a funny name. It means sisters sisters. They were born Adriana and Anita, Le Sorelle, but here in the USA, everything is abbreviated. Short, fast, practical. So people started calling them the Sorelle Sisters, and the name stuck. The blond, blue-eyed girls were born in Turin, Italy near the French border. They studied in a private school, Principessa Clotilde di Savoia. Along with their regular schooling, they occupied their time with art and music. Upon finishing their education, they won a voice scholarship to RAI-TV in Turin, and formed their musical duo called Adriana and Anita, Le Sorelle. They recorded for RCA, Jolly Verve, and Carosello in Italy for the European market. Traveling throughout Europe, they performed before celebrities like the British Royal Family, Ava Gardner, Anna Magnani, Marcello Mastroianni, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, and directors like De Laurentis and Fellini. In the United States they have worked with Mr. Bob Hope, and have shared stages with Ella Fitzgerald, Dick Shawn, and Jackie Mason, among others. All artists have spare time for other activities. Anita is a very talented painter. She paints silk pillows, gold leafed bottles, and icons on wood and stone in oil. She hasn't done portraits but one night she felt inspired to paint Padre Pio (to whom they are devoted). She believes the 14 X 20 inch canvas is the most beautiful work she has ever done. His face (along with another landscape of hers) is featured on the back page of this CD. Adriana has innovative talent, and they are very well matched together. During their Concert shows they have captivated audiences from all over the world. And friend by friend, they have built their career full of success and love. There are actually 21 songs included in the album. The Italian Medley contains 9 songs within the 10 minute medley. The beautifully finished digi-pak CD package also contains an 8 page insert with translations and credits. To all our friends, old and new, we say 'THANK YOU!' 'We couldn't have done it without your support.'