Daniele Sepe

Daniele Sepe

Also known as D. Sepe, d.sepe, Daniel Sepe, Sepe
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.danielesepe.com, http://www.myspace.com/danielesepe

Discography of Daniele Sepe:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Mouse Trap Town / Luise 2 Audio 1985-12-00
2 Jurnateri 12 Audio 2001 Il Manifesto
3 Spiritus Mundi 20 Audio 1997 Polosud
4 Nia Maro 10 Audio 2004 Il Manifesto
5 Lavorare Stanca 18 Audio 2003 Il Manifesto
6 Lesamoré 13 Audio 2005 Materiali Sonori
7 Fessbuk - Buonanotte Al Manicomio 14 Audio 2010 Il Manifesto
8 Amnèsia (Original Soundtrack) 17 Audio 2002 Edel
9 Lavorare Stanca 19 Audio 1998 Compagnia Nuove Indye
10 Viaggi Fuori Dai Paraggi 18 Audio 1996 Il Manifesto
11 Conosci Victor Jara? 17 Audio 2000 Il Manifesto
12 Senza Filtro: A Sampler Of "De-Composed" Traditional Music From South Italy 13 Audio 2002 Dunya Records
13 Malamusica 13 Audio 1987 Il Parco
14 In Vino Veritas 15 Audio 2013-05-00 MVM (4)
15 Truffe & Other Sturiellett'. (In)cumplete Classical And Films Miusik Vol. 1, 2 & 3 114 Audio 2009
16 Canzoniere Illustrato 12 Audio 2012 MVM (4)
17 Truffe & Other Sturiellett'. (In)cumplete Classical And Films Miusik Vol. 1 38 Audio 2000
18 Truffe & Other Sturiellett'. (In)cumplete Classical And Films Miusik Vol. 2 42 Audio 2004

Daniele Sepe (born April 17, 1960 in Naples) is an Italian musician, known internationally for interpreting protest songs from around the world.

His first instrument was the flute, which he played at the San Pietro a Majella conservatoire. After graduating, he began performing with the Gruppo Operaio 'E Zezi di Pomigliano d'Arco, playing at numerous festivals and recording a few albums.

Sepe soon, however, became more interested in jazz and learned to play the saxophone. He continued recording and began performing with many prominent musicians, like Nino D'Angelo, Gino Paoli, Eduardo de Crescenzo, Mia Martini, Teresa de Sio, Roberto de Simone, Peppino Gagliardi, Nino Bonocore and Roberto Murolo. His band, which played under several names, varied widely, from purely wind instruments to big bands. He also composed music for the theatre, cinema and ballet.

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