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Izhak (Ziko) Graziani (Hebrew: יצחק גרציאני; August 4, 1924 in Ruse - July 7, 2003) was born in Bulgaria and studied music and conducting.
In 1948 he moved to Israel where he became the conductor of the IDF Orchestra. He eventually became conductor of the IBA Radio Orchestra (eventually renamed IBA Radio and TV Orchestra).
Preceded by, François Rauber
Eurovision Song Contest conductor, 1979
Succeeded by, Rogier van Otterloo
Date of birth
August 4, 1924
Place of birth
Date of death
July 7, 2003
Place of death
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