The 15 Most Beautiful Neapolitan Songs Ever

Most Beautiful Neapolitan Songs – Welcome to our website, a curated collection celebrating the timeless beauty of Neapolitan songs. Immerse yourself in the rich musical tapestry of Naples, as we present a handpicked selection of the most enchanting and enduring melodies of all time.

Join us on a journey through the melodic streets of Naples, where every note echoes the spirit and emotion of this historic city. Experience the magic of Neapolitan music – a timeless expression of life, love, and the enduring beauty of Italy’s musical soul.

Concert for Naples

Let’s start by presenting a beautiful concert for piano and cello (Riflessi di luce) dedicated to the city of Naples and the Neapolitans written by Lorenzo Pescini and performed by Tina Volpe and Anna Fasanella.

Here is a beautiful concert for piano and cello written by composer Lorenzo Pescini and dedicated to the beauty of Naples.

The Neapolitan songs

Represent an timeless musical treasure, weaving stories of life, love, and tradition. Known for their passion and engaging melodies, these compositions often narrate everyday life, relationships, and profound emotions.

An iconic example is “O Sole Mio” a hymn to the sun and the beauty of life, celebrated for its contagious joy. Similarly, “Torna a Surriento” conveys the poignant feeling of someone awaiting the return of a loved one. The sweetness of “Funiculì, Funiculà” celebrates the Vesuvius funicular, expressing joy and pride for the native land.

Songs like “Santa Lucia” and “Luna Rossa” capture the soul of Neapolitan culture, embracing nostalgia and love for the hometown. The musical tradition of Naples is also expressed in pieces like “Guapparia” and “Malafemmena” telling stories of brave men and fascinating women.

In summary, Neapolitan songs constitute an emotional heritage that spans generations, conveying passions, feelings, and the very essence of life in the heart of the city of Naples.


Le più belle canzoni napoletane di tutti tempi
Le più belle canzoni napoletane di tutti tempi

(15) Anema ‘E Core 

is a famous Neapolitan song written by Tito Manlio with music by Salve d’Esposito in 1950. It expresses a deep and passionate love for Naples, the city and its unique character. The song has been performed by many artists over the years, becoming a hymn to the beauty and soul of Naples.

Here we propose the historical version of the great tenor Tito Schipa and that of the good Sal Da Vinci.

 (14) Core ‘ngrato

written by Salvatore Cardillo and Riccardo Cordiferro, is a famous Neapolitan song of 1913. The song expresses the pain of unrequited love and regret for an ungrateful heart. It has become a classic of Neapolitan music, with famous interpretations of different artists over the years.We propose it in the beautiful version sung by the great Enrico Caruso and the touching interpretation of Mina.

(Off the Charts)

Naples is one of the many Italian beauties. Come and discover in this exciting and evocative video where the most fascinating and iconic places of our peninsula are presented: Bellitalia.

Here is an extraordinary video that presents the Italian beauties: from Naples to Florence, from Rome to Venice

 (13) Funiculì funiculà

is a famous Neapolitan song written by Peppino Turco with music by Luigi Denza in 1880. It celebrates the opening of a funicular in Naples and the enthusiasm of the passengers during the ascent. The song has become an unofficial anthem of the city, representing the Neapolitan fervor and joy. We propose it in the unforgettable version of Mario Lanza and in the interpretation of the tenor Andrea Bocelli.

(12) I’ Te Vurria Vasà

is a famous Neapolitan song written by Eduardo di Capua and Vincenzo Russo. The song expresses the desire to have someone close to share the love and warmth. It is a classic of Neapolitan music, known for its passionate feeling and the emotional interpretation of the artists over time.Here we present it in the interpretation of Roberto Murolo and in the version of Gigi Finizio.

(11) Malafemmena

is a famous Neapolitan song written by Totò, pseudonym of Antonio de Curtis. The song tells the story of unrequited love and the struggle between desire and conscience. It is a classic of Neapolitan music, admired for the poetic skill and interpretation of Totò. We propose it in the historic version of Teddy Reno and that of Gigi D’Alessio.

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Naples romantic city

Dedicated to Naples and all its romance, we present two beautiful videos where the works of art representing the most romantic gesture of all: the kiss and the color of love.

Parliamo di noi (Let’s talk about us)

Let’s talk about us

Spring Snow

Spring Snow

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