Bruno Canfora

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Canfora in 1955

Bruno Canfora (Italian pronunciation: [ˈbruːno ˈkaɱfora]; November 6, 1924 – August 5, 2017) was an Italian composer, conductor, and music arranger. He was born in Milan.[1] He also composed songs for Rita Pavone, Ornella Vanoni, Shirley Bassey, and the Kessler Twins. His best known movie composition works are The Man Who Wagged His Tail, Fall of the Mohicans, and in Destruction Force. He was the Eurovision Song Contest conductor for the 1991 contest.

Canfora died on August 5, 2017 in Piegaro, Italy at the age of 92.[2]

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  1. Eddy Anselmi. Festival di Sanremo: almanacco illustrato della canzone italiana. Panini Comics, 2009. pp. 623–624. ISBN 8863462291.
  2. È morto il maestro Bruno Canfora, scrisse 'Brava' e 'Da-da-un-pa' (Italian)

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