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ARMANDO TROVAJOLI

ARMANDO TROVAJOLI

Besides representing the music and the soul of Rome, Armando Trovajoli was a prolific film music composer, contributing in fact to the prestige of this genre. He worked with the greatest directors of the Italian cinema: De Sica, Risi, Scola and, in particular, Luigi Magni for whom he composed the soundtrack of "Nell'anno del signore" ("The Conspirators").

ANGELO FRANCESCO LAVAGNINO

ANGELO FRANCESCO LAVAGNINO

He starts his career as a violinist. He composes chambre, symphonic and sacred music. Since the end of the 40s he dedicates himself to the creation of movie soundtracks. He collaborates with Orson Welles and with acknowledged italian directors like Monicelli, Lizzani, Bragaglia, Steno. He wins the Silver Ribbon for the soundtracks of "Continente perduto" ("Lost Continent") and "Vertigine bianca" ("White vertigo").

AUGUSTO MARTELLI

AUGUSTO MARTELLI

A protagonist of the italian pop music both as a composer and as an arranger, he collaborated with the big names of the italian "canzone", like Mina. In the field of movie soundtracks his name will always be remembered for the soundtrack of the movie "Il dio serpente" ("The serpent's god") and its immortal theme "Djamballà".

EVAN LURIE

EVAN LURIE

Born in Minneapolis, he begins his career as a pianist and keybordist. At the end of the 70s, together with his brother John, he founds the band "The Lounge Lizards" which mixes jazz with punk and new wave influences. He composed several tv and movie soundtracks. In 1988 he meets the italian actor and director Roberto Benigni with whom he starts a long and fortunate collaboration, starting from the soundtrack of "Il piccolo diavolo" ("The Little Devil"). Some tracks from this score were re-used in Academy Awards winners "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle".

GOBLIN

GOBLIN

The Goblin are considered one of the most important progressive rock bands in music history. The birth of these rock legends is certainly linked with horror cinema. When they were still unknown they were chosen to compose the soundtrack of "Profondo Rosso" ("Deep Red") by Dario Argento. This way they created a strong and fortunate artistic partnership with the director.

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Cinevox Record catalogue includes some of the most famous soundtracks ever, along with works by some well known italian pop music artists. Lps, Eps, Cds released by Cinevox in the years are extremely rare and amongst the most wanted items for the collectors all over the world. Cinevox productions have been released also in the digital marketplace, distributed in the main streaming and download stores.

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