Renzo Rossellini

 

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Renzo Rossellini was an Italian composer, best known for his film scores. Born in Rome, he was brother of director Roberto Rossellini and father of producer Franco Rossellini. He died in Monte Carlo. He composed the scores of his brother's films, and others such as Rome, Open City, The Children Are Watching Us or Il segno di Venere. He also wrote several ballets, oratorios, cantatas, four operas—La Guerra, Il vortice, Uno sguardo dal ponte, L'Annonce faite à Marie —, symphonies, chamber music, and songs

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Renzo Rossellini

Born 1908-02-02 (113 years ago) in Rome.

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Angiolo Giuseppe Rossellini, Elettra Bellan

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Renzo Rossellini was an Italian composer, best known for his film scores.

Born in Rome, he was brother of director Roberto Rossellini and father of producer Franco Rossellini. He died in Monte Carlo.

He composed the scores of his brother's films, and others such as Rome, Open City, The Children Are Watching Us or Il segno di Venere.

He also wrote several ballets, oratorios, cantatas, four operasâ??La Guerra, Il vortice, Uno sguardo dal ponte, L'Annonce faite à Marie â??, symphonies, chamber music, and songs.

Content from Wikipedia provided under the terms of Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0).

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