TB5801 Le Canzoni di tutti (TV Show, Mario Landi)

Summary of the film: This is a group of TV show program with 7 episodes played by Italian RAI TV station in January to February 1958. "Ennio Morricone [aged 29] first met Luciano Salce in a television program written by Scola and Salce, titled Le canzoni di tutti[1958], where Morricone worked as an arranger. Salce asked him to score two of his theatre comedies, La pappa reale [1958] and Il lieto fine [1959]." Ennio Morricone [August 2012]: "I met Luciano Salce in 1958 while doing arrangements for Le canzoni di tutti, a television show of which he was one of the authors". "I started by arranging the music of others for television. In the meantime I kept on composing my own music – Variety Show for television Le canzoni di tutti "

Italy composer Franco Pisano

Franco Pisano (10 December 1922 – 6 January 1977) was an Italian composer, conductor, arranger and jazz musician. Born in Cagliari, Sardinia, the older brother of the composer Berto, Pisano studied violin, classical guitar and piano at the Conservatory of Cagliari.[1] He started his career as a musician together with his brother in the jazz group Asternovas. He later focused on composing pop songs and musical scores for films and television programs. He died of liver cancer, aged 54
Summary of the music:The film was composed by Franco Pisano. Ennio Morricone participated in the adaptation, specific music catalog is unknown.

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