San Gregorio Magno

San Gregorio Magno, (Salerno)
San Gregorio Magno is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of southern Italy.OverviewSan Gregorio Magno is located in an ethnographic region of Southern Italy with a unique form of folk music played on a specialized bagpipe called a Zampogna. The instrument is closely associated with the pastoral culture of the region and is played for secular purposes, such as the tarantella folk dance, as well as for religious devotion. San Gregorio Magno was recently featured in an independent documentary about this musical tradition entitled Zampogna: The Soul of Southern Italy.Twin towns Collegno (Italy)Notes and referencesExternal links Media related to San Gregorio Magno at Wikimedia Commons(Italian) San Gregorio Magno official website

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