Mina (singer)

Italian singer (1940-)

Anna Maria Quaini,[1][2] Grand Officer OMRI (née Mazzini; born 25 March 1940), known as Mina, is an Italian pop singer. She was a staple of Italian television variety shows.[3] She was also a popular person in Italian pop music from the mid-1960s to mid-1970s. She was known for her three-octave vocal range, her soprano voice, and her image as an emancipated woman.

Mina
Mina in 1972
Born
Anna Maria Mazzini

(1940-03-25) March 25, 1940 (age 84)
Other names
  • Mina
  • Baby Gate
  • Pomodoro
Occupations
  • Singer
  • actress
  • television presenter
Years active1958–present
Musical career
Genres
Labels
Websiteminamazzini.it

Discography

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Studio albums
  • Tintarella di luna (1960)
  • Il cielo in una stanza (1960)
  • Due note (1961)
  • Moliendo café (1962)
  • Renato (1962)
  • Stessa spiaggia, stesso mare (1963)
  • Mina (1964)
  • Studio Uno (1965)
  • Studio Uno 66 (1966)
  • Mina 2 (1966)
  • Sabato sera — Studio Uno '67 (1967)
  • Dedicato a mio padre (1967)
  • Le più belle canzoni italiane interpretate da Mina (1968)
  • Canzonissima '68 (1968)
  • I discorsi (1969)
  • Mina for You (1969)
  • ...bugiardo più che mai... più incosciente che mai... (1969)
  • Mina canta o Brasil (1970)
  • ...quando tu mi spiavi in cima a un batticuore... (1970)
  • Mina (1971)
  • Cinquemilaquarantatre (1972)
  • Altro (1972)
  • Frutta e verdura (1973)
  • Amanti di valore (1973)
  • Mina® (1974)
  • Baby Gate (1974)
  • La Mina (1975)
  • Minacantalucio (1975)
  • Singolare (1976)
  • Plurale (1976)
  • Mina quasi Jannacci (1977)
  • Mina con bignè (1977)
  • Attila (1979)
  • Kyrie (1980)
  • Salomè (1981)
  • Italiana (1982)
  • Mina 25 (1983)
  • Catene (1984)
  • Finalmente ho conosciuto il conte Dracula... (1985)
  • Sì, buana (1986)
  • Rane supreme (1987)
  • Ridi pagliaccio (1988)
  • Uiallalla (1989)
  • Ti conosco mascherina (1990)
  • Caterpillar (1991)
  • Sorelle Lumière (1992)
  • Mina canta i Beatles (1993)
  • Lochness (1993)
  • Canarino mannaro (1994)
  • Pappa di latte (1995)
  • Cremona (1996)
  • Napoli (1996)
  • Leggera (1997)
  • Olio (1999)
  • Mina Nº 0 (1999)
  • Dalla terra (2000)
  • Sconcerto (2001)
  • Veleno (2002)
  • Napoli secondo estratto (2003)
  • Bula Bula (2005)
  • L'allieva (2005)
  • Bau (2006)
  • Todavía (2007)
  • Sulla tua bocca lo dirò (2009)
  • Facile (2009)
  • Caramella (2010)
  • Piccolino (2011)
  • 12 (American Song Book) (2012)
  • Christmas Song Book (2013)
  • Selfie (2014)
  • Le migliori (2016)
  • Maeba (2018)
  • Mina Fossati (2019)
  • Ti amo come un pazzo (2023)

References

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  1. "Mina si è sposata a Lugano la cerimonia il 10 gennaio" [Mina got married in a ceremony in Lugano on 10 January]. la Repubblica (in Italian). 1 March 2006.
  2. "Mina ha sposato Quaini dopo 25 anni" [Mina married Quaini after 25 years]. Corriere della Sera (in Italian). 2 March 2006. p. 46.
  3. Carrera, Alessandro (2001). "Folk music and popular song from the nineteenth century to the 1990s". In Zygmunt Guido Baranski, Rebecca J. West (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Modern Italian Culture. Cambridge University Press. pp. 325–336. ISBN 9780521559829.

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