|15.||Parte I (in stereo)||12:12|
|16.||Parte II (in stereo)||14:11|
|17.||Parte III (in stereo)||10:30|
|Total Album Time:||72:15|
The third chapter in our 2013 series dedicated to the great music composed by Piero Piccioni is based on a peculiar film: the horror-documentary movie Il demonio, directed in 1964 by Brunello Rondi and starring Daliah Lavi and Frank Wolff.
The directorial style fluctuates between horror and documentary, and the story inspired a particular artistic approach from the composer who, once again, had the opportunity to set free his immense creative skill. The result is a score that was not typical for Piccionidissonant, compact, suspense-oriented music that trespasses into experimentation, giving the movie the powerful effect of a wide-eyed, waking nightmare.
A fundamental piece in fully understanding the multidirectional evolution of the Maestro's art, Il demonio is a highly restless and sleepless score that provides further evidence of the talent of Pierostill standing strong against the hard test of time.
The CD is released in a jewel case and mastered by Claudio Fuiano for 73 minutes of listening pleasure, with 14 cues in mono and 3 in stereo. Graphic design by Daniele De Gemini and Alessio Iannuzzi and liner notes by Andrea Morandi (CIAK magazine) on the music, the movie and the actor Frank Wolff.
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