Augusto Martelli was an Italian composer, conductor, arranger and television personality.
Born in Genoa, the son of conductor and composer Giordano Bruno Martelli, Martelli is probably best known for the song Djamballà, theme song of the 1971 film Il dio serpente, which reached the first position in the Italian hit parade. He is also well known for having had a sentimental engagement with the singer Mina, with whom he also collaborated as a composer and an arranger and with whom he co-fonded the recording company PDU.
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