Release Date: July 15, 2014
|2.||Eresia defunta sia||1:43|
|4.||Galileo nel circo||1:48|
|12.||Eresia defunta sia||0:34|
|Total Album Time:||30:00|
The eerie and mysterious atmosphere typical of Ennio Morricone's style of music is based on careful study and research of earlier music while keeping avant-garde music styles in mind. The author's experimental side emerges powerfully with dissonant horn sections accompanied by a choir (Tr.4). This alternates between chants and the hymn "Eresia defunta sia" with the words of the director Cavani (Tr. 2) set to delicate music that varies between romantic and mysterious (Tr. 5).
For this CD we used every note recorded on the stereo master tapes of the recording session. We discovered six previously unreleased tracks approved by the composer himself. The result is a polished tribute to the great musical art of Ennio Morricone and the cinema of Liliana Cavani.
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Released: October 1968