The Ensemble is a finalist in the “Capitalent” contest of Radio Capital with a cover of the song “A che serve gli dei” by Rossana Casale rearranged and produced by Marco Andrioletti, and created with the accompaniment of the instrumental formation “JazSet”.

Canti della Patria

On the occasion of the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy, L’Una e Cinque brings together various vocalists creating a concert of Risorgimento songs which includes a modern arrangement for a capella voices of the Mameli Hymn.

The Renaissance Project

The contemporary a cappella vocality travels in the Renaissance. From Giovan Giacomo Gastoldi to Orlando di Lasso, from Pierre Passerau to John Dowland. A journey through sixteenth-century music from five different European countries. A collection of songs from the 16th century reproposed in a modern interpretative and vocal guise, together with a balanced use of a current technological stylistic component, a choice motivated by the desire to create an album that can be more usable and enjoyable even by an audience that is not necessarily orientated towards classical music. The CD is also distributed in Japan where it was ranked “disc of the month” by “Record Geijutsu” magazine. The album is officially distributed in Italy by the Preludio label and is available on the main digital platforms.
The “Tourdion” extract was chosen by “Il Sole 24 ore” for the advertising of the “Leonardo’s Code” (radio, TV, cinema campaign).


A Cappella Made in Italy

Some of the best Italian a cappella groups offer a selection of their own songs in these two collections. L’One e Cinque is present with “Tourdion” and “Les Oiseaux qu’on met en cage” in the first volume and with “Que reste-t-il de nos amour” and “Hymn of leave” in the second.



Gospel explosion

It was born on the occasion of the Gospel Jubilee Festival of 2000. It is a compilation featuring formations with different types of repertoire. One and Five is present with “Give me that old time religion”.

L'Una e Cinque

The album collects the essence and enthusiasm of the first years of the project L’Una e Cinque with the vocalists of the very first lineup. It mainly sees jazz songs, a version of Tenco’s “Se tonight I’m here” and a layman classic from the 1500s.



Tavagnasco Rock

Among various rock and pop formations, L’Una e Cinque is present with a version of Mercy Mercy Mercy by J. Zawinul.