Giancarlo Bigazzi

born on 5/9/1940 in Firenze, Toscana, Italy

died on 19/1/2012 in Viareggio, Toscana, Italy

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Giancarlo Bigazzi

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Giancarlo Bigazzi (5 September 1940 19 January 2012) was an Italian music producer and composer. He was a former member of comedy music group Squallor.[1][2]

Born in Firenze, he was one of the best known authors and lyricists of the Italian music.[1][2] He signed some of the most successful record of Italian pop music, many of which became international hits, such as "Gloria", "Self Control", "No Me Ames", "Tu", "Take the Heat off Me", "Mama".

He was also a film score composer; among his soundtracks Mery per sempre, Ragazzi fuori and the Oscar-winner Mediterraneo.[1][2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Addio a Giancarlo Bigazzi autore di grandi successi, 19 January 2012. URL accessed on 1 August 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Luca Romano, , E' morto Giancarlo Bigazzi Autore di successi musicali come "Rose rosse" e "Ti amo", 19 January 2012. URL accessed on 1 August 2012.

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