The audiobook “From the dark forest to paradise. A journey by Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy in thirty-three languages ”, released by Emons Audiolibri.
The audiobook, made by the Ministry of Overseas Affairs and Global Cooperation, on the celebration of the celebrations of the centenary of Dante in 2021, makes it possible for you to pay attention to a broad range of the poem in 30-3 various languages.
A guided tour of the 3 canticles of Hell, Purgatory and Paradise: a distinctive instrument of its kind to learn or rediscover an excellent poem that not only carries on to arouse the desire of visitors from all nations, but also fuels the inspiration of artists , writers. , musicians, film and theater administrators.
Conceived and designed by the Typical Directorate of the National Method of the Ministry of International Affairs and Worldwide Cooperation, the audiobook From Dim Forest to Paradise was produced thanks to the collaboration of 30-two Italian Cultural Institutes, which each despatched the recording in their own language pertaining to a looking through of picked passages of the Divine Comedy interpreted by neighborhood actors.
The Italian, Croatian and Slovenian edition
The Italian version was entrusted to Marco Martinelli and Ermanna Montanari of the Teatro delle Albe in Ravenna, who have been exploring Dante’s poem for a long time. As for the Croatian edition, the Italian Cultural Institute in Zagreb informed us that the passages from the “Divine Comedy” were being carried out by the actors of the Zagreb TNC, particularly Jadranka Đokić, Igor Kovač and Milan Pleština, beneath the supervision of the Prof. Morana Čale. Nor is the Slovenian variation lacking
Sponsored by the Nationwide Committee for Dante Celebrations, by the Dante Culture and by the Dante Group of the ADI (Associazione degli Italianisti), the project was carried out in collaboration with the Ravenna City Council and many thanks to the scientific treatment of two acquaintances Danteists, Alberto Casadei (University of Pisa) and Sebastiana Nobili (College of Bologna-Ravenna).
A QR code enables you to obtain the 33 versions of the poem for totally free, which will go on to be available, usually absolutely free of demand, on the platforms Spreaker, Spotify, Deezer, Apple me Google.
The 30-a few languages of the audiobook are: Italian, Croatian, Albanian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Chinese, Korean, French, Hebrew, Finnish, Gaelic, Japanese, Greek, Indonesian, English, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish , Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, German, Turkish, Ukrainian, Hungarian.