Forbidden Music

"Musica proibita" redirects here. For the song of the same name see Stanislao Gastaldon

Forbidden Music
Directed byCarlo Campogalliani
Produced byFrancesco Curato
Written byCarlo Campogalliani
Nino Vito Cavallo
Carlo Duse
StarringTito Gobbi
María Mercader
Giuseppe Rinaldi
Music byEttore Campogalliani
Gian Luigi Centemeri
CinematographyEnzo Serafin
Giovanni Vitrotti
Edited byMario Bonotti
Appia Cinematografica
Elica Film
Distributed byCine Tirrenia
Release date
22 October 1942
Running time
82 minutes

Forbidden Music (Italian: Musica proibita) is a 1942 Italian drama film directed by Carlo Campogalliani and starring Tito Gobbi, María Mercader and Giuseppe Rinaldi.[1] An elderly composer recalls his youthful romance with a woman while a student in Florence.

It was made at the Fert Studios in Turin.



  1. Bayman p.138


  • Bayman, Louis. The Operatic and the Everyday in Postwar Italian Film Melodrama. Edinburgh University Press, 2014.
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