|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Una Spirale Di Nebbia (Original Soundtrack)||2||Audio||1977||Cinevox|
|2||Oedipus Orca / La Orca / Una Spirale Di Nebbia (Original Soundtracks)||44||Audio||2011||Digitmovies|
|3||Andremo In Cittа (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)||24||Audio||2011||Saimel Bandas Sonoras|
|4||Nudi Per Vivere (Original Soundtrack)||17||Audio||1964-05-18||Cam|
|5||Mademoiselle De Sade E I Suoi Vizi||13||Audio||2003||CAM|
Born in Hungary in 1932 he moved to Rome in 1938. At the age of 6 he studied violin and at 8 piano and composition. In his teens he was a professional Jazz Sax player.
In 1959 he graduated in Composition with [a776673] at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Music in Rome. The following year he studied in Paris with Max Deutsch. Back in Italy he attended the post-graduate courses taught by [a776673] at the Santa Cecilia Academy of Music.
In 1961 he was awarded the first prize of the International Competition of the SIMC - the first of many other important international recognitions.
In 1971 he earned his Master Degree in Ethnomusicology at the University of California in Los Angeles, followed up with a research in the Himalaya regions on the music of the Tibetan Buddhism.
Member Performer of the [a146775] and [a109662] (MEV) together with [a177581] and [a32211] among others.
He succeeded [a945358] as Chair of the International Institute for Comparative Music Studies of Berlin, staying in charge until 1983, taking over the "Scuola Interculturale di Musica" in Venice.
Vice-president of the Italian Society of Ethnomusicology; visiting Professor in Composition at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Furthermore, he has held many conferences and seminars; been a member of several international Juries, including the Kyoto Prize.
Author of the book "La Musique du Bouddhisme Tibétain" (Paris, Buchet/Chastel, 1977); his articles and compositions are edited by BMG Ariola, Edipan, Edizioni Suvini-Zerboni and Ricordi.
Since 1983 he taught Composition at the Conservatories "G. B Martini" of Bologna and "S. Cecilia" of Rome.