Piero Piccioni

Piero Piccioni was an Italian lawyer and film score composer.
A pianist, organist, conductor, composer, he was also the prolific author of more than 300 film soundtracks. He played for the first time on radio in 1938 with his “013” Big Band, to return on air only after the liberation of Italy in 1944. “013” was the first Italian jazz band to be broadcast in Italy after the fall of Fascism.

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Peccato Mortale (Tensive and Happy)Peccato Mortale2:37
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Orchestral Suite (Part 3)Il bell'Antonio (Original Soundtrack) [1960]1:24
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Abigaille (The Funny Tigers - Bossa Nova)I giovani tigri - The Young Tigers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)2:05
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L'Alba Dell'Uomo (Tema Titoli Finale)L'Alba dell'Uomo [Digitally Remastered] (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)2:05
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Travolti (From "Travolti da un insolito destino nell'azzurro mare d'agosto")Piero Piccioni Soundtracks Vol. 33:50
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Tales from Manhattan (Tema Optional D)Un tassinaro a New York (Deluxe Edition)3:09
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FlirtChristmas Jazz & Lounge Music3:52
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Belle, ma povere, Seq. 2Belle, ma povere1:35
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If Dreams Come TrueFumo di Londra - Smoke over London (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)1:55
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Camille 2000 (From "Camille 2000") (Titles)Piero Piccioni - Classics Christmas Collection (The Complete Edition)6:58
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