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Coochie Mondi Multi-Media

Coochie Mondi Film and Music 



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     "O Dio Quanto Piove". Lyrics by Antonella Sigismondi                                  

 Oddio quanto piove.                              
 Piove cosi tanto non so cosa da fare!                                                                          Ma  sono le mie Lacrime?                                                                                         Le Lacrime di Lui?  O Lei?                                                                                    Oddio quanto piove.                              
 Dimmi tu quando , O Signore.      



 I made this film in Canada!  Actress Mikela Jay stars as the nagging upper-class "Coochie Mama" trying to get her underdressed daughter to spice up her life, 2011.

Here's a quick teaser of Coochie Mama, 2011


This music was created alongside music wizard Bernard Maiezza.  We created music for the Coochie Mondi fashionshow at F.A.T., the Alternative fashion art show in Toronto, Canada called "The Coochie Store".  These symphonies are heartfelt experimental encounters with each character.


Oddio Quanto Piove (reading)- Second track on the "Coochie Mondi Catwalk Full Track" beginning at 0:56 seconds

Riflessi 182- Coochie Mondi Musical Lyrics published in a poetry book on page 16:

1: "Oddio Quanto Piove" - Coochie Storm,  
2. "Lo Sbaglio" - Coochie Rose,
3. "E Sereno Qu" i- Western Coochie/Coochie Mama

Riflessi 182- Published available for purchase on Amazon

"O God How Much It Rains".   Lyrics by Antonella Sigismondi

 O God how much it rains,                                                                                          It rains so much I know not what to do                                                                  But are they my tears?                                                                                                The Tears of Him?  Or Hers?                                                                                      O God how much it rains!                                                                                            Tell me when, O Lord.