Giancarlo Chiaramello

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Giancarlo Chiaramello (born 18 February 1939)[1] is an Italian composer, conductor and arranger.

Born in Bra, in 1958 Chiaramello graduated in piano, composition and local poliphony at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Turin.[2] He won two international competitions for young composers, the Francesco Ballo Prize in 1960 and the Ranieri of Monaco Award in 1962.[1] Between sixties and seventies he was arranger for several pop and rock artists, and composed scores for many stage plays.[3] Chiaramello scored several films and television series; in 1975 he won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Score for Luca Ronconi 's Orlando Furioso.[4]


  1. ^ a b Domenico Seren Gay. Teatro popolare dialettale: indagine-enciclopedia sul teatro piemontese. Priuli & Verlucca, 1977. 
  2. ^ Claudio Sartori. Enciclopedia della musica, Volume 2. Rizzoli-Ricordi, 1972. 
  3. ^ Billboard, 12 November 1977, Vol. 89, Num. 45.
  4. ^ Enrico Lancia. I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore, 1998. ISBN 8877422211. 

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