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8 thoughts on “ Vittime Numerose - Angelo Francesco Lavagnino - 7 Eroiche Carogne (Vinyl, LP)

  1. He graduated in violin and composition at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan (Italy), Lavagnino deserves a special place in film music for his contribution to documentaries. He gave reportages a new dimension; he did not elaborate folkloristic themes, neither he passively adapts the instruments of a certain musical civilization: he identifies the elements that characterize a country.
  2. Stand in Fear of Nothing - Riverge - Liverge 88, I Looked At You - The Doors - The Doors, MTV Report 2 - Kiss - Alive/Worldwide 96/97 (DVD), Loves Theme - Sax Moods - The Way We Were, Море, Море - Миша Шуфутинский* - Побег, Mercy, Mercy Me - Billy Crawford - Groove, Vittime Numerose - Angelo Francesco Lavagnino - 7.
  3. Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Condividi. FILMOGRAFIA - 7 Eroiche carogne - Musiche; - Una pistola per cento bare - Musiche; - UNO STRANIERO A PASO BRAVO - Musiche; - LE VERGOGNE DEL MONDO - Musiche; - UN CORPO CALDO PER L'INFERNO - Musiche; - GLI SPECIALISTI - Musiche;.
  4. Dec 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Sette eroiche carogne (Angoscia nella notte) · Angelo Francesco Lavagnino Sette eroiche carogne (Deluxe) (Colonna sonora originale del film) ℗ Cinevox Record.
  5. Angelo Francesco Lavagnino es un Compositor, Compositor (banda sonora de la película) italiano. Descubre su biografía, detalles de su carrera y toda su actualidad.
  6. Angelo Francesco Lavagnino, Category: Artist, Albums: The Wonders of Aladin (Film Score ), La Grande Olimpiade (Film Score ), Madame Sans-Gêne (Film Score ), Sette eroiche carogne (Deluxe) (Colonna sonora originale del film), Nel segno di Roma (Original Soundtrack) [], Singles: Maciste contro il Vampiro (Film Score ), Top Tracks: Uno straniero a Paso Bravo - Original.
  7. Italian composer, arranger, conductor and violinist. Born February 22nd, in Genoa, Italy Died August 21st, in Gavi, Italy Angelo Francesco Lavagnino was born into a family with musicians on both sides in , and, attracted to the sight and sounds of a live theater orchestra, he first discovered film music as a boy during the silent era.

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