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I due vigili / Ma chi t'ha dato la patente?

I due vigili / Ma chi t'ha dato la patente?

Digitmovies (CDDM235)

Release Date: March 31, 2013

Conducted by Bruno Nicolai

Format: CD

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1. I DUE VIGILI: Seq.1 - Titoli 2:50
2. Seq.2 1:56
3. Seq.3 2:11
4. Seq.4 2:04
5. Seq.5 2:41
6. Seq.6 2:28
7. Seq.7 3:13
8. Seq.8 2:48
9. Seq.9 2:35
10. Seq.10 - Finale 1:53
11. I DUE VIGILI BONUS TRACK: Seq.11 - Titoli non usati 2:13
12. MA CHI T'HA DATO LA PATENTE?: Seq.1 - Titoli 2:04
13. Seq.2 2:07
14. Seq.3 2:44
15. Seq.4 2:26
16. Seq.5 2:32
17. Seq.6 1:58
18. Seq.7 1:38
19. Seq.8 1:28
20. Seq.9 1:25
21. Seq.10 1:13
  Total Album Time: 46:27

From the Manufacturer

Digitmovies, in collaboration with the Sugar Group, presents on CD, for the very first time, the complete OST in full stereo by Carlo Rustichelli for two comedy movies starring the cool duo Franchi and Ingrassia: I due vigili and Ma chi t'ha dato la patente?.

Carlo Rustichelli always had a great and rare quality: He never made a distinction between movies of the A or the B series, and the final result of his soundtracks was always remarkable. For I due vigili Maestro Rustichelli has composed a wild Go Go dance floor "shake" for orchestra and choir introduced in the "Main Titles" (Tr.1), which is then reprised in an alternative version for the scene where young people are dancing in a flat and their noise causes the neighborhood to call the two funny cops (Tr.8). The composer has written a mysterious lounge theme (Tr.2) and funny music (Tr.3, Tr.5, Tr.6, Tr.7, Tr.10) that without doubt contains all the typical elements of his well-known style. As a bonus track we include the unused "Main Titles" (Tr.11).

For Ma chi t'ha dato la patente? Carlo Rustichelli wrote a nice theme performed by the whistle, choir and orchestra (Tr.12, Tr.14, Tr.16), a love theme with a jazz flavor (Tr.13, Tr.18), funny themes with a circus flavor (Tr.17, Tr.19, Tr.21), a charming slow ballad with a baroque-beat flavor performed by I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni (Tr.15). For our CD (47:20) we used every note recorded in stereo during the original sessions. One more record to celebrate the musical art of Carlo Rustichelli.

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