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Nationality  Italian
Education  Milan Conservatory
Role  Composer
Name  Pino Donaggio
Occupation  composer

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Full Name  Giuseppe Donaggio
Born  November 24, 1941 (age 74) (1941-11-24) Burano, Venice, Italy
Nominations  David di Donatello for Best Music, David di Donatello for Best Original Song
Albums  Body Double, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out, The Howling, Love and Menace
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Giuseppe "Pino" Donaggio (born 24 November 1941) is an Italian musician, singer, and film composer. A classically-trained violinist, Donaggio is perhaps best known for his collaborations with director Brian De Palma, and for his work in both European and American genre cinema.

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Life

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Born in Burano (an island of Venice), into a family of musicians, Donaggio began studying violin at the age of ten, first at the Benedetto Marcello conservatory in Venice, followed by the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. At the age of 14, he made his solo debut in a Vivaldi concert for Italian radio, then went on to play for both the I Solisti Veneti and the Solisti di Milano. The discovery of rock and roll during the summer of 1959 ended Donaggio's classical career when he made his singing debut with Paul Anka. He then began to write his own songs and established himself as one of Italy's prominent singer-songwriters. He took part in the Sanremo Festival with "Come sinfonia" (1961) and had a string of successes including "Una casa in cima al mondo".

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However, his greatest hit was the 1965 hit "Io che non vivo", which sold 80 million records worldwide and was performed most popularly in English as "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" by Dusty Springfield and Elvis Presley.

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His first film was the British/Italian horror film Don't Look Now. Since then he has composed music for several films, including Dario Argento's Two Evil Eyes, Trauma and Do You Like Hitchcock?. He also composed the scores for several horror films including Piranha, Tourist Trap, The Howling and Seed of Chucky. He works regularly with US director Brian De Palma, scoring De Palma's Carrie, Home Movies, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out, Body Double, Raising Cain and Passion.

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In 2012 he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the World Soundtrack Academy.

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