Piero Umiliani


Piero Umiliani (July 17, 1926 - February 14, 2001) was an Italian film music composer who became famous beginning in the 1960s. He is best known for the goofy and whimsical "Mah-Na-Mah-Na" (1969) which was used on "The Red Skelton Show," "The Benny Hill Show," and "Sesame Street."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Mah-Na-Mah-Na (1969)

Pop charts debut year: 1969

Years active: ca. late 1950s - 1980s

Genres: Film music, classical, easy listening, novelty

Labels: Ariel

Website: umiliani.com


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