Biography of Wilma De Angelis

April 8, 1931
Wilma De Angelis was born on 8 April 1931 in Milan. After performing for several years in the dance halls of Lombardy singing live, in 1956 won the title of "Queen of Jazz Italian" playing in Sydney will include "A foggy day", "Summertime" and "My funny Valentine". In 1957, taking part in the Jazz Festival of San Remo, scheduled a week before the Festival of Sanremo, she was noticed by William Galassini, who proposes to make a number of shows broadcast by radio. Meanwhile the young Wilma signs a contract with the record company Philips accounting for foreign market (mainly Dutch) different 45 rpm, including "in Florence in a wheelchair" and "Casetta in Canada", songs which became very famous in the Netherlands. After singing together with Tony Renis, Miranda Martino, Adriano Celentano, Giorgio Gaber and undermines the six days of Milan's Song of 1958, the year after the Lombard artist debuted at the Sanremo Festival with the song "no one".
Due to the excellent response from the public, Wilma De Angelis was invited to the Festival of Naples to sing with Gloria Christian "Avi". After having participated in "the goal of the axes", radio program presented by Corrado Mantoni, and the television variety show "happy holidays," by Director Antonello Falqui, sings in "Canzonissima" and has the opportunity to sing in "none" together with Mina. In 1960 returns to San Remo with "shines the Rainbow" and "when the night" while at the Festival of Naples offers "' O Carulina" and "was included and avutato ' o viento".
Starring Moustafa Festival "with" Corriamoci "the encounter", a song written by Domenico Modugno, in 1961 salt again on the stage of Sanremo with "potato chip", a song by Gianni Meccia which while not coming in the final get excellent feedback from the public, to the point that Wilma De Angelis is nicknamed "potato chip of the Italian song" and "Miss Tater tot". Protagonist of Festival di Napoli (a Duet with Gino Latilla at "Uh that sky"), at the Festival in Zurich and again in Sanremo ("red" and "Tapers off colors of happiness"), competes at the Ariston modified in 1963 with "If you won't go from here" and "cheap". Other successful songs from that period are "Pete without restraint", proposed at the Festival Disney, "I like music", "Shy" and "I'll smile". After participating in "Studio One" in 1964 in the "library" of Quartetto Cetra starring in "story of Scarlett O'Hara," in the second half of the 1960s Wilma experiences a moment of stasis: he signed a new contract with Philips, but doesn't record anything (focusing on new recruits) and only allows you to perform concerts abroad, especially in Northern Europe.
In 1970 the De Angelis you redeem by signing an agreement with the tag Boom and appearing at the Festival of Naples with the song "O sea horse Russian Russian." After having recorded "the woman who loves you" and "Your" with the Spark, in 1978 he took part in "Lasciami cantare una canzone", tv show created by Paolo Limiti and presented by Nunzio Filogamo; the following year lands on which Telemontecarlo, network limitations is artistic director, presenting "Telemenù", daily program which airs for eighteen years (renaming in "salt, pepper and fantasy", "the expense of Wilma" and then "compliments to the chef" and "lunch with Wilma"). Meanwhile in the 1980s the Lombard artist joined the cast of "next there's music", theatrical recitals with Narciso Parigi and Nilla Pizzi, and back in the recording studio with the disc "these crazy crazy Oldies", in which famous Italian songs are revisited to swing along with the Oldies, namely Claudio Celli, Ernesto Bonino, Cocky Mazzetti and Nicola Arigliano. Always with the Oldies, Wilma De Angelis has "Il pinguino innamorato" alla Vela di Riva del Garda and participates in "Winning". After debuting as a writer with the recipe book "the thousand best" in 1988, the year after recitation in scripted tv "I promessi sposi".
In the 1990s is host of "Case Sanremo" presented by Renzo Arbore, and "once upon a time the Festival", with Mike Bongiorno. In 1992 back to the bookstore with "when cooking Wilma", while two years later for De Agostini publishes series "cooking with fancy": with De Agostini was born a partnership under which also "signature desserts and decorations", "Green" and "treasures". Become in the 2000s guest welcome in many tv programs in 2011 she starred in the film "females against males," by Fausto Brizzi.
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