January 10, 1950 |
|Genres||Film score, Italian Folk|
|Labels||La-La Land Records|
Carlo Siliotto (born 10 January 1950) is an Italian composer best known for his soundtrack scores.
Early Life and Career
Siliotto was born in Rome, Italy, in 1950. At an early age he began studying guitar and violin, before progressing to the Conservatory of Music. In 1972 he was a founding member of the Italian band Canzoniere del Lazio, which blended folk music with progressive rock.
Film and Television Scores
In 1984 Siliotto changed focus, and elected to prioritise composition for film and television. He has since scored at least seventy films and numerous television series, and has been nominated twice for a Golden Globe Award, most recently for the score of Nomad. Some of his credits include;
- Mino (1986)
- The Father and the Foreigner (2010)
- Without Men (2011)
- Tequila: Historia de una Pasión (2011)
- Vivaldi (2013 film; 2010 is a different film, scored by Klaus Badelt)
- Instructions Not Included (2013)
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