It was an hour of pure beauty that the soprano Eleonora Buratto and the pianist Nazzareno Carusi offered to the audience of the Teatro Ristori. Carusi opened the concert with the “Fantasia in D minor K 397”, highlighting, through a shrewd use of colors, that melancholic vein that pervades it and that already seems to be a prelude to romanticism. […] After a short pause, it was the turn of Franz Liszt’s «Marriage», of which Carusi returned the delicacy and almost mystical brilliance, and finally of the «Four Amaranth songs», the malia of which he found in Buratto a wise and involved interpreter. The concert ended in applause with the performance (out of program) of what is perhaps the most famous result of the marriage between Tosti / D’Annunzio (the Neapolitan song “A vucchella”.) Happy people present, for all the others , as they would say in Naples, “nun sapit che sit si pers” (you do not know what you missed).