La buona novella (album di Fabrizio De André del 1970)

Quarto album di Fabrizio De André, LA BUONA NOVELLA fu pubblicato nel novembre del 1970.

La sua è una struttura a tema che attinge da vangeli apocrifi: 10 tracce, con apertura affidata a Laudate dominium, uno sfarzo di cori sacri. Una chitarra acustica apre L’infanzia di Maria, che racconta di essa segregata nel tempio dove avverte le prime “impure” mestruazioni che ne provocano il suo l’allontanamento. Il ritorno di Giuseppe evidenzia la vita spossante di quest’uomo, Il sogno di Maria, è quello dell’Angelo di Dio che gli annuncia il suo imminente concepimento del “Salvatore”, tuttavia più “terreno” di quello narrato dai vangeli canonici. Ave Maria è un inno al concepimento della “Donna”, la pialla e il martello inprimono il ritmo e la sofferenza del buon falegname che costruisce la croce. Via della croce, esprime il sentimento anarchico di Faber. Tre madri esprime il dolore insanabile di altrettante donne che assistono in lacrime ai propri figli crocifissi, il brano si chiude con l’eloquente frase di Maria “Non fossi stato figlio di Dio t’avrei ancora per figlio mio”. Ne Il testamento di Tito si toccano i dieci comandamenti dal punto di vista dello stesso, dopo un intro voce/chitarra vi è uno stuolo di strumenti che conduce al termine del pezzo. Ciude Laudate hominem, circa 3 minuti e mezzo, un canto liturgico che loda l’uomo in quanto fratello.

I testi sono opera di Faber e Reverberi che cura anche gli arrangiamenti. In un brano soltanto, Il testamento di Tito, la musica è di De André e Corrado Castellsri, mentre la produzione mette in evidenza Roberto Dané. L’album che vinse il disco d’oro è un grande affresco musicale, sacro, venato di folk e arricchito dalla poetica del cantautore ligure che lo considerava tra i suoi dischi migliori.

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