Giuditta Scorcelletti: Nightingale

A new album Nightingale was recently released by Italian folk singer Giuditta Scorcelletti for music composed by Michael Hoppé with lyrics by David George, and you can now listen to it on Spotify. She is also accompanied on guitar by her husband Alessandro Bongi. There is an excellent review by Kathy Parsons at


This is the new album.

“Nightingale” by Giuditta Scorcelletti (2015) – 16 songs, 55 min



Here are some videos of songs from her new album.

“The Moon & I & You” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – min sec


“Love Overflows” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – 3 min 6 sec


“Jailbirds” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – 3 min 14 sec


“Ava Maria” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – 4 min 1 sec


“The Golden Leaves” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – 3 min 43 sec


“Catalina” by Giuditta Scorcelletti on “Nightingale” (2015) – 4 min 40 sec



Here is my playlist of more popular songs by Michael Hoppé.

“Michael Hoppé (Playlist)” – 40 songs, 2 hr 32 min


Listen to more of his music at my Michael Hoppé post with additional albums, videos, and links. This new album  has been included there as well, along with the updated playlist.

Photo credit: Nightingale @ Amazon (album cover)

4 thoughts on “Giuditta Scorcelletti: Nightingale

    • Actually most of my music posts have videos when they are available for an artist, ranging from music videos through live performances and even full concerts. However, I sometimes wonder whether anybody ever watches them or not, so it’s nice to get this feedback that you noticed and like this feature. Thanks.


        • You can either use the web player in a browser or an application, whichever you prefer. I created a post where I tried to explain a little more background about using Spotify to listen to my music. I would be interested in any feedback whether this addresses your questions about how to listen. Any suggestions are certainly welcome, and I will try to clarify further as necessary so it’s more helpful. If you’re wondering about this, I’m sure others probably are too, so I’m glad you asked about it.


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