Saturday, August 04, 2012


Laura Mollica, accompanied by Giuseppe Greco, performing at the Teatro San Barnaba,Valderice [Trapani] where she is to perform again tonight.  Laura Mollica's voice has been entered as a cultural treasure in the UNESCO Register of the Intellectual Heritage of Sicily [REI - UNESCO].

Laura Mollica con Giuseppe Greco - La Vuci Mia


Jenny Woolf said...


Unknown said...

Merle had this joke in her most recent blog post and I had to share with with you:

I was in a pub on Saturday night. Had a few drinks.

Then I noticed two rather large women sitting at the bar.

They both had strong accents so I asked, "Hey, are you two ladies from Scotland?

One of them screamed, "It's Wales, you friggin' IDIOT!"

I immediately apologized and said, "Sorry. Are you two whales from Scotland?"

That's all I remember.

rochambeau said...

Beautiful! She is terrific! and her accompanists too!
Hi Pat, to you and Simi.
Happy Sunday!


Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Glad you like it, Jenny. Very good, Nick! Glad you like it too,Constance and hope you've had a good weekend. x

RNSANE said...

Beautiful - how wonderful to be considered "a cultural treasure" by UNESCO. I don't think there's anything about me, Pat, that would be considered a treasure....perhaps, in the next life, if there is one.

Lee said...

To be treasured, to be sure!

Hugs and pats to Simi from my two rascals! :)

LindyLouMac said...

What an honour and a well deserved one.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

But you are an INTERNATIONAL treasure, Carmen, with your writing and travelling! Besides, you are an inspiration!
Thanks, Lee. Love to you all from Simi and me. xx woof!
I think so too, LindyLouMac.


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