La Casa De Papel Bella Ciao

"La Casa De Papel Bella Ciao" by Banda Bassotti is typically performed in the key of G minor. The song has a rich history, originating as an Italian folk song that dates back to the late 19th century. It was traditionally sung by the mondine, or rice field workers, as a symbol of resistance against oppression and exploitation. Banda Bassotti, an Italian punk band, recorded their rendition of "Bella Ciao," infusing it with a punk rock energy while maintaining the song's revolutionary spirit. The song gained widespread recognition after being featured in the popular Spanish television series "La Casa De Papel" (Money Heist), where it became synonymous with the show's themes of rebellion and resistance. "Bella Ciao" has since been adopted as an anthem for various social movements around the world, symbolizing the fight against injustice and tyranny.