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Pino Donaggio (born 24 November 1941) is a composer from Burano, Italy.

Donaggio began playing violin at the age of ten, studied at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice and the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan, and was performing recitals at the age of 14. Donaggio made his film music debut in 1973, writing the score for Nicolas Roeg's classic thriller Don't Look Now.

Since then he has worked on many films, including Dario Argento's Trauma and Due occhi diabolici… read more

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  • Avatar for thefirehairman
    I REALLY REALLY love the song ''Calisthenics'' from the Carrie soundtrack. If somebody know some music that sounds like that (I already know Tobacco), please say it! You could write me a message on my profile also if you want!
  • Avatar for eltinsales
    Io Che Non Vivo (Senza Te) <333
  • Avatar for TheBotocundio
    Looking for help. Who know the name of the songs from the movie of 2000, Trasgredire Tinto Brass. Are 2 pop type songs rock, played in the middle of the movie sung by a singer. These songs are not in the credits of the film and I can't find the soundtrack. I thank anyone who can inform the name of the singer or group and the names of the songs. nafrodriguez@yahoo.com Thank You.
  • Avatar for FyoMiDos
    carrie soundtrack is a masterpiece!
  • Avatar for marquis_de_sad
    Anyone wanting to look beyond his De Palma scores should check out Don't Look Now and Nero Veneziano. Both very nice.
  • Avatar for Speedmetal80s
    Beautiful soundtrack in "Blow Out" & "Carrie", but also in some of the other De Palma movies.
  • Avatar for legnadibrom
    tru dat
  • Avatar for eadwinn
    His De Palma soundtracks are right up there with Herrmann and Morricone. Film music through and through.
  • Avatar for schokone
    body double, tourist trap, don't look now
  • Avatar for Ulysses101
    Magari lo cagassimo anche noi Italiani, non credo s'offenderebbe... =)

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