Campanella

Campanella (plural campanelle) is Italian for little bell.

It can also refer to any of the following:

Read more about Campanella:  People, Other Uses

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Gianni Nicchi - Mafia Heritage
... The pentito Francesco Campanella recalled when he was introduced to Nicchi by Nicola Mandalà, Mafia boss of Villabate, in 2004 ... He treated him with high esteem," Campanella noticed, and Mandalà told him "you don’t realise who that is, even though they call him u picciutteddu ...
Moon Of Avellaneda
... Moon in English) is a 2004 Argentine film directed by Juan José Campanella, and written by Campanella, Fernando Castets and Juan Pablo Domenech ... Darín in his third collaboration with Campanella and Eduardo Blanco in his fourth collaboration, as well as Mercedes Morán and Valeria Bertuccelli ...
Michele Campanella
... Michele Campanella (born 5 June 1947) is an Italian pianist who specialises in the music of Franz Liszt, and is also a conductor ... Campanella was born in Naples in 1947 ... For his Liszt recordings, Campanella received the Grand Prix du Disque of the Franz Liszt Society in Budapest in 1976, 1977 and 1998, as well as the "Premio della critica discografica ...
Campanella - Other Uses
... Campanella, a genus of mushrooms in the family Marasmiaceae La Campanella, piano étude by Franz Liszt ...
Frank Campanella
... Frank Campanella (March 12, 1919 - December 30, 2006) was an American character actor ... Campanella was born in New York City, the son of Sicilian immigrants Mary O ... and Philip Campanella, a musician ...