ENZO JANNACCI - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 346021
Sale Price $90.00
The Italian singer-songwriter pens his name on this index card
Signature: "Enzo Jannacci" in blue ink, 5x3. Enzo Jannacci (1935-2013) was an Italian singer and songwriter who also worked as a stand-up comedian. Considered especially adept at performing musical art and cabaret, Jannacci is known for his collaborations with other artists. Moreover, many critics consider him to be a founder of Italian rock and roll music. Jannacci attended Milan Conservatory, graduating with a degree in harmony, composition, and conducting. In 1967, he received a degree in medicine from the University of Milan. Jannacci began his career in music as the keyboardist of a group that went by the name the "Rocky Mountains". In the early 1960s, he began a solo career, which really took off until 1964, owing to the popularity of his recital 22 canzoni. He reached the height of his musical success several years later in 1968 with his song "Vengo anch'io (no tu no)". In 1973, Jannacci penned Il poeta e il contadino, a comedic play which was later turned into a TV series. His authorship extended to music, and he composed a number of movie soundtracks, one of which was the Academy Award-nominated soundtrack for Seven Beauties. Smudging toward the end of signature. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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