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Cesare Andrea Bixio established his own music publishing company "C.A. Bixio" in Naples in 1920. In the same year, he began to work as a composer for revue star Gabrè and he gained great success in his hometown. In 1923, Cesare Andrea Bixio moved to Milan, where he established a new music publishing company (with the same name) and where he became popular as a composer.
Vittorio De Sica sings Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" [Tell Me About Love Mariù], as performed in Mario Camerini's comedy "Gli uomini, che mascalzoni..." (Italian title: "What Scoundrels Men Are", 1932).

Vittorio De Sica sings Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" [Tell Me About Love Mariù], as performed in Mario Camerini's comedy "Gli uomini, che mascalzoni..." (Italian title: "What Scoundrels Men Are", 1932).

Lys Gauty sings "Le chaland qui passe", French version of Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" (1932) and a major success for her in 1933.

Lys Gauty sings "Le chaland qui passe", French version of Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" (1932) and a major success for her in 1933.

After the huge success of his "Tango delle capinere" ("Blackcaps' tango", 1928), Cesare Andrea Bixio was called by French revue star Mistinguett (in the picture), to compose the songs of her new show "Paris qui brille", that was staged in 1931.

After the huge success of his "Tango delle capinere" ("Blackcaps' tango", 1928), Cesare Andrea Bixio was called by French revue star Mistinguett (in the picture), to compose the songs of her new show "Paris qui brille", that was staged in 1931.

Guido Brignone's drama "Vivere!" (English title: "To Live", 1936), starring tenor Tito Schipa, Nino Besozzi and Caterina Boratto, and featuring Cesare Andrea Bixio's successful songs "Vivere" [To Live] and "Torna, piccina" [Come Back, Little One]. Both songs were first sung by Tito Schipa.

Guido Brignone's drama "Vivere!" (English title: "To Live", 1936), starring tenor Tito Schipa, Nino Besozzi and Caterina Boratto, and featuring Cesare Andrea Bixio's successful songs "Vivere" [To Live] and "Torna, piccina" [Come Back, Little One]. Both songs were first sung by Tito Schipa.

Cover of sheet music for Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" [Tell Me About Love Mariù], first sung by Vittorio De Sica in Mario Camerini's comedy "Gli uomini, che mascalzoni..." (Italian title: "What Scoundrels Men Are", 1932). 'Mariù' is short for Mariuccia, played by Lia Franca in the same movie.

Cover of sheet music for Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" [Tell Me About Love Mariù], first sung by Vittorio De Sica in Mario Camerini's comedy "Gli uomini, che mascalzoni..." (Italian title: "What Scoundrels Men Are", 1932). 'Mariù' is short for Mariuccia, played by Lia Franca in the same movie.

In 1930, Cesare Andrea Bixio composed the title song and the music for Gennaro Righelli's drama "La canzone dell'amore" (Italian title: "The song of love"), the first Italian talking movie, starring Dria Paola (in the picture) and Elio Steiner.

In 1930, Cesare Andrea Bixio composed the title song and the music for Gennaro Righelli's drama "La canzone dell'amore" (Italian title: "The song of love"), the first Italian talking movie, starring Dria Paola (in the picture) and Elio Steiner.

"Tito Schipa in the immortal melodies of 'Lucia di Lammermoor', 'L'Arlesiana' and 'Torna, piccina' [Come Back, Little One] - Maestro Bixio's greatest musical success - in the new edition of the masterpiece "Vivere!" [To Live]. Directed by Guido Brignone."

"Tito Schipa in the immortal melodies of 'Lucia di Lammermoor', 'L'Arlesiana' and 'Torna, piccina' [Come Back, Little One] - Maestro Bixio's greatest musical success - in the new edition of the masterpiece "Vivere!" [To Live]. Directed by Guido Brignone."

Tenor Tito Schipa sings Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Vivere" [To Live], 1937.

Tenor Tito Schipa sings Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Vivere" [To Live], 1937.

Cover of sheet music for Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Vivere" [To Live], first sung by tenor Tito Schipa in Guido Brignone's drama "Vivere!" (English title: "To Live", 1936).

Cover of sheet music for Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Vivere" [To Live], first sung by tenor Tito Schipa in Guido Brignone's drama "Vivere!" (English title: "To Live", 1936).

Cover of sheet music for "Le chaland qui passe", French version of Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" (1932) and a major success for Lys Gauty in 1933.

Cover of sheet music for "Le chaland qui passe", French version of Cesare Andrea Bixio's "Parlami d'amore Mariù" (1932) and a major success for Lys Gauty in 1933.

Cover of songbook "Le Canzoni di Bixio - Prima Raccolta" [Bixio's Songs - First Collection], published by Messaggerie Musicali (Milan) in 1937.

Cover of songbook "Le Canzoni di Bixio - Prima Raccolta" [Bixio's Songs - First Collection], published by Messaggerie Musicali (Milan) in 1937.

In Paris, Cesare Andrea Bixio also collaborated with cabaret music hall 'Folies Bergère' and composed songs for popular singer Lys Gauty.

In Paris, Cesare Andrea Bixio also collaborated with cabaret music hall 'Folies Bergère' and composed songs for popular singer Lys Gauty.

In 1927, Cesare Andrea Bixio started his collaboration with songwriter Bixio Cherubini (in the picture with his daughter Fiorella in 1955), from the song "Miniera" ("Mine").

In 1927, Cesare Andrea Bixio started his collaboration with songwriter Bixio Cherubini (in the picture with his daughter Fiorella in 1955), from the song "Miniera" ("Mine").

Neapolitan revue star Gabrè (real name: Aurelio Cimato; in a 1915 picture): he had huge success in the 1910s and in the 1920s. In 1920, Cesare Andrea Bixio began to work for him as a composer and became popular in Naples, his hometown.

Neapolitan revue star Gabrè (real name: Aurelio Cimato; in a 1915 picture): he had huge success in the 1910s and in the 1920s. In 1920, Cesare Andrea Bixio began to work for him as a composer and became popular in Naples, his hometown.

Composer Cesare Andrea Bixio.

Composer Cesare Andrea Bixio.

Composer Cesare Andrea Bixio.

Composer Cesare Andrea Bixio.


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