Angelo Branduardi is born in Cuggiono close to Milan.
When he has a few months his family settles in Genoa and there, at the Conservatory Niccolò Paganini, Angelo gets the diploma of violin and starts like soloist with the orchestra of the Conservatory.
At the age of fifteen Angelo moves again, this time to Milan, where he joins the Technical institute for Tourism, where he knows and has for a long time as professor the great poet Franco Fortini.
Thereafter he joins the university of Philosophy and during this period begins to compose, putting in music the texts of his favorite authors: "Confessioni di un malandrino" by the Russian poet Esenin, one of his songs more famous, dates indeed of these years.
In the beginning of the 70s, Angelo meets Luisa Zappa, who thereafter will become his coauthor, as well as his wife.
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