Sanremo Music Festival 1960

The Sanremo Music Festival 1960 was the tenth annual Sanremo Music Festival, held at the Sanremo Casino in Sanremo, province of Imperia between 28 and 30 January 1960.[1]

Sanremo Music Festival
10th edition (1960)
Dates 28 January 1960 (1st night)
29 January 1960 (2nd night)
30 January 1960 (3rd night)
Presenter(s) Paolo Ferrari
and Enza Sampò
Artistic director(s) Ezio Radaelli
Broadcaster Programma Nazionale
Venue Sanremo Casino
Overall competition
Entries 23 acts (20 songs)
Winner Tony Dallara and Renato Rascel
Romantica
Eurovision Song Contest
Selection process One artist of the winning act accepted invitation to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 1960
Selected artist Renato Rascel
Sanremo Music Festival chronology
1960

The show was presented by Paolo Ferrari and Enza Sampò. Ezio Radaelli served as artistic director.[1]

According to the rules of this edition every song was performed in a double performance by a couple of singers or groups.[1] The winners of the Festival were Tony Dallara and Renato Rascel with the song “Romantica“.[1]

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Participants and results[1]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Rank
Romantica” – Tony Dallara, Renato Rascel
(Dino Verde, Renato Rascel)
1
“Libero” – Domenico Modugno, Teddy Reno
(Domenico Modugno, Franco Migliacci)
2
“Quando vien la sera” – Wilma De Angelis, Joe Sentieri
(Alberto Testa, Carlo Alberto Rossi)
3
“Colpevole” – Nilla Pizzi, Tonina Torrielli
(Vincenzo D’Acquisto, Saverio Seracini)
4
“È mezzanotte” – Joe Sentieri, Sergio Bruni
( Alberto Testa, Rinaldo Cozzoli, Giulio Compare)
5
“Il mare” – Giorgio Consolini, Sergio Bruni
(Antonio Pugliese, Vian)
6
“Noi” – Jula De Palma, Tony Dallara
(Bruno Pallesi, Walter Malgoni)
7
“È vero” – Teddy Reno, Mina
(Nisa, Umberto Bindi)
8
“Splende il sole” – Fausto Cigliano, Irene D’Areni
(Pinchi, Danpa, Panzuti)
9
“Notte mia” – Johnny Dorelli, Jula De Palma
(Zanfagna, Marcello De Martino)
10
“A come amore” – Flo Sandon’s, Gloria Christian
( Bruno Brighetti, Bruno Martino)
Eliminated
“Amore abisso dolce” – Achille Togliani, Giorgio Consolini
( Gian Carlo Testoni, Marcello Gigante)
Eliminated
“Amore senza sole” – Johnny Dorelli, Betty Curtis
(Mario Panzeri, Vittorio Mascheroni)
Eliminated
“Gridare di gioia” – Germana Caroli, Arturo Testa
(Fanciulli, Arturo Testa)
Eliminated
“Invoco te” – Gino Latilla, Miranda Martino
( Gian Carlo Testoni, Tony De Vita, Glauco Masetti)
Eliminated
“Non sei felice” – Mina, Betty Curtis
(Riccardo Vantellini, Pinchi)
Eliminated
“Perderti” – Tonina Torrielli, Arturo Testa
(Pinchi, Pier Emilio Bassi)
Eliminated
“Perdoniamoci” – Achille Togliani, Nilla Pizzi
( Umberto Bertini, Enzo Di Paola)
Eliminated
“Splende l’arcobaleno” – Wilma De Angelis, Gloria Christian
(Mario Tumminelli, Cosimo Di Ceglie)
Eliminated
“Vento pioggia… scarpe rotte” – Gino Latilla, Miranda Martino
( Eduardo Taranto, Coriolano Gori, Alfio Grasso)
Eliminated

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