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Manuel De Sica

Manuel De Sica

Manuel De Sica


Manuel De Sica, son of Vittorio, was born in Rome in 1949. A composer of classical, symphonic and chamber music, De Sica is best known by the general public for the over one hundred musical scores he has composed for film and television since 1969. He received an Oscar nomination in 1971 for The Garden of the Finzi-Continis . He won the 1988-89 Italian foreign press Globo d'oro (Golden Globe Award) for the soundtrack of "Ladri Di Saponette" ("The Icicle Thief") Read more on Last.fm
Manuel De Sica, son of Vittorio, was born in Rome in 1949. A composer of classical, symphonic and chamber music, De Sica is best known by the general public for the over one hundred musical scores he has composed for film and television since 1969. He received an Oscar nomination in 1971 for The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. He won the 1988-89 Italian foreign press Globo d'oro (Golden Globe Award) for the soundtrack of "Ladri Di Saponette" ("The Icicle Thief"), directed by Maurizio Nichetti; a 1992 Nastro d'Argento (Silver Ribbon) for " Al Lupo Al Lupo" ("Beware the Wolf"), directed by Carlo Verdone; and the 1996 David di Donatello Award for the score of " Celluloide," directed by Carlo Lizzani.

Most recently, De Sica was responsible for the soundtrack of Michele Soavi's "Cemetary Man," distributed by October Films. Additional film scores by De Sica include "A Brief Vacation" (1973), directed by Vittorio De Sica; " Caro Papa" (1975), directed by Dino Risi; and " Folies Bourgeoises" (1977), directed by Claude Chabrol. Television projects include " L'Eta Di Cosimo De Medici" (1973), directed by Roberto Rossellini, and "Cuore" (1981), directed by Luigi Comencini. Songs from De Sica's film scores have been performed by singers including Ella Fitzgerald and Tony Bennett. DRG (New York) recently released a CD entitled "A Manuel De Sica Anthology." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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