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Michele Cozzoli

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Occupation  Musician
Born  3 May 1915 (1915-05-03) Naples, Italy
Died  31 August 1961, Rome, Italy
Similar  Luciano Martino, Luigi Capuano, Raffaello Matarazzo, Aldo De Benedetti, Massimo Serato

Michele Cozzoli (3 May 1915 - 31 August 1961) was an Italian composer, conductor and arranger.

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Life and career

Born in Naples, Cozzoli studied piano and violin under the composer Raffaele Caravaglios. After the military service, he made his professional debut as a conductor, before focusing into composing and arranging music for films and revues.

Cozzoli was also a songwriter, and some of his compositions participated to the Festival di Napoli and to the Sanremo Music Festival.

Selected filmography

  • Falsehood (1952)
  • Torna! (1953)
  • The White Angel (1955)
  • Sunset in Naples (1955)
  • Sangue di zingara (1956)
  • Mermaid of Naples (1956)
  • Serenata a Maria (1957)
  • Oh! Sabella (1957)
  • Il Conte di Matera (1957)
  • Cavalier in Devil's Castle (1959)
  • World of Miracles (1959)
  • The Pirate and the Slave Girl (1959)
  • Pirates of the Coast (1960)
  • Le signore (1960)
  • Knight of 100 Faces (1960)
  • Sword in the Shadows (1961)
  • Guns of the Black Witch (1961)
  • References

    Michele Cozzoli Wikipedia


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