He showed his musical talents early and was named the director of the student musical orchestra at the Padua University when he studied geography. In he moved to Germany and studied musical composition with Arthur Nikisch and Ferruccio Busoni. In the silent movie Richard Wagner , directed by Carl Froelich , Becce played the title role and wrote the accompanying music. He continued to write such music for a series of subsequent movies. From to , Becce was the director of the little orchestra of the Berlin Mozartsaal cinema, located upstairs at the Neues Schauspielhaus in the Nollendorfplatz.
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He was a composer, known for The Cabinet of Dr. He died on October 5, in Berlin, Germany. Trivia 10 He had one of the most prolific careers of any film composer.
His compositions were an important part in the development of cinema music. Before Giuseppe Becce got in touch with the film business he already wrote the operetta "Das Bett der Pompadour" in and the opera "Tullia" in In the producer Oskar Messter intended to film the life of composer Richard Wager.
As a result he came across with Giuseppe Becce. In later years he appeared only one time more in front of the camera for the movie "Der Absturz" , with the famous Asta Nielsen as his partner. Beside it he also contributed his music to documentaries. Giuseppe Becce belonged to the few people who faced the rise of the sound film positive and he saw big advantages in it. He said: "Together with the development of the sound film, the development of the cinema music will walk hand in hand, because the sound film will help to create the style of the film music for which all serious composers are already trying to get".
His real passion he found with the setting of mountain films, especially for Luis Trenker. There he could catch the mountains with their threats and beauties on a wonderful way with his dramatic music. See also.