Artist Vladimir Cosma

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Vladimir Cosma is a French-Romanian musician, composer and conductor born in 1940.

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    As a child, Vladimir Cosma was immersed in the world of music. In his family there were many conductors and musicians.

    He studied violin and composition at the National Conservatory of Music in Bucharest, his home town.

    He then tried his luck in Paris, where he entered the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in 1963.

    Vladimir Cosma became known to the general public through hundreds of film scores from 1968 onwards.

    Among his greatest compositions for the 7th art are The Tall Blond Guy with the Black Shoe, The Ace of Aces, Diva, The Adventures of Rabbi Jacob, The Boom, The Goat, An Elephant That Trumps All, The Student, My Father’s Glory, My Mother’s Castle, Zizanie, Bonzaï, Dinner for Dumbasses, The Wing or the Thigh, Sunken Worlds…

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