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Mia Martini

Mia Martini (20 September 1947 – 12 May 1995) was an Italian singer, songwriter and musician.She is considered, by many experts, one of the most important and expressive female voices of Italian music, characterised by her interpretative intensity and her soulful performance.

Her debut album, Oltre la collina with the song "Padre davvero" is regarded as one of the best Italian albums made by a female artist. Hit songs like "Piccolo uomo", "Donna sola", "Minuetto", "Inno", "Al mondo", "Che vuoi che sia se t'ho aspettato tanto", "Per amarti" and "La costruzione di un amore" made her one of the most popular artists of Italian music in the 1970s, a decade in which she reached popularity both nationally and internationally. She is the only female artist to have won two Festivalbar consecutively, respectively in 1972 and in 1973.In 1977, two important encounters occurred in Mia Martini's life: the first one is with Charles Aznavour, with whom she will start a musical collaboration; the second encounter is with singer-songwriter Ivano Fossati, with whom she will start an artistic and sentimental partnership.

She returned to the music scenes in 1981, after she underwent two surgeries at her vocal cords that changed her vocal timbre and extension.

In 1982, she sang "E non finisce mica il cielo", written by Fossati, at Sanremo Music Festival, where she received the Critics Award, which was created specifically for her interpretation and which was named after her as "Mia Martini" Critics Awards from 1996, the year after her death.

In 1983, she was forced to leave the music industry and quit her career, by the music sector and by her colleagues, who considered her a person bringing bad luck and barred her to participate at any music and TV events, radio shows and concerts. This slander kept her away from the music scene for seven years and only in 1989, she was able to reprise her career, when she returned to perform at Sanremo Music Festival, singing "Almeno tu nell'universo", which brought her a new success.

In the following years, Mia Martini had new hits like "Gli uomini non cambiano", "La nevicata del '56" and "Cu' mme", the latter with Roberto Murolo.

She represented Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest twice, in 1977 with the song Libera and in 1992 with the song Rapsodia.

She died on 12 May 1995 at her apartment in Cardano al Campo at the age of 47.

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Some of their strengths

Mia Martini has many admirable traits.

Based on spiritual traditions from around the world, they are someone who can be described as Energetic, Generous, Smart, Passionate, Independent, Honest, and Ambitious.

Smart and Sophisticated

According to Mysticism’s Astrology tradition, Mia Martini is someone who is a smart, sophisticated, and organized person who displays kindness and grace in every day interactions, and who also has a passionate soul. A person who is ambitious and motivated.

Adventurous and Free

Based on Daoism’s Ba-Zi or ‘Chinese Zodiac’ tradition, people who know Mia Martini well know them as someone who can be talented, wayward and free, like a big river or the ocean.

Ambitious and Forceful

According to Hinduism’s Jyotisha or ‘Vedic Astrology’ tradition, many would also describe Mia Martini as someone who is ambitious, hard-working, determined, and intelligent.

A person who has a knack for identifying opportunities, has amazing concentration and focus, who can work independently, who likes starting new things, and who is somewhat of an intellectual.

Emotionally Intelligent and Intuitive

Based on the Mayan Tzolk’in or ‘Mayan Astrology’ tradition, Mia Martini is someone who tends to have strong emotional intelligence and intuition, and who can be a catalyst of change for others.

They are also someone who is charismatic, compassionate, and understanding, and who is interested in expressing themselves through writing, public speaking, or teaching.

Altruistic and Purposeful

According to Judaism’s Kabbalah tradition, Mia Martini tends to be someone who has a desire to be of service to a higher calling and who is always trying to perfect things. Who can be practical and polished, reserved and methodical, and who tends to trust internal judgment before trusting anyone else at face value.

Some of Mia Martini's challenges

While Mia Martini has many strengths, nobody is perfect. They also have some challenging traits they need to manage.

For example, Mia Martini can be Difficult, Perfectionist, Impulsive, Careless, Relentless, Inflexible, and Temperamental.

Difficult and Perfectionist

One of Mia Martini's key challenges is that they are someone who can be difficult and too much of a perfectionist.

Relentless and Inflexible

Mia Martini is someone who can be relentless, obsessive, and inflexible, who can be confrontational with work colleagues, can have difficulty communicating feelings and be somewhat reclusive, and who can be self-destructive, overindulgent, and extravagant.

Critical and Bossy

Finally, Mia Martini also can be too focused on the small details of life, try to control whatever is happening, and be finicky and demanding.

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