Peymont was a moniker of Italian soundtrack composer, conductor and keyboardist Antonio Ricardo Luciani (born in Palermo, Sicily, in 1931). He used the names Peymont and David Hoyt Kimball (often D.H. Kimball) for his library music releases.
Of Luciani's TV themes, the most famous is Chanson Balladée, written in 1976 and used by Italian RAI TV as the theme song of Almanacco del Giorno for fifteen years. He is also remembered for Tecnica Di Un Colpo Di Stato (1978) published by Titian Records, am…
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