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La monaca di Monza / La califfa

La monaca di Monza / La califfa

Limited Edition of 500 Units
Quartet Records

Release Date: June 10, 2014

Format: CD

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1. LA MONACA DI MONZA: La Monaca di Monza (Titoli) 2:35
2. La Monaca di Monza (Gloria in Excelsis Deo) 0:58
3. Svegliarsi pensando 0:56
4. Falsa tranquillita' 3:04
5. Notte non notte 1:27
6. Quel giorno 2:00
7. Dopo la notte 1:34
8. La Monaca di Monza (# 2) 0:43
9. La Monaca di Monza (# 3) 2:13
10. Dopo la notte (# 2) 1:10
11. Svegliarsi pensando (# 2) 1:42
12. Canone per quattro 0:57
13. Titoli di coda 2:27
14. LA CALIFFA: Sangue sull'asfalto 2:36
15. La pace interiore 1:15
16. Addio alla fabbrica 1:05
17. Le donne al fiume 1:08
18. Dentro la macchina 2:53
19. Fari nella notte 0:58
20. Finale 2:15
21. La califfa 2:38
22. Gelo e disprezzo 1:19
23. La donna e la gente 2:38
24. La pace interiore (#2) 1:26
25. Le donne e la campagna 3:41
26. L'impatto 1:39
27. Prima e dopo l'amore 1:57
28. Requiem per un operaio 2:26
29. Le donne al fiume (#2) 1:04
30. La cena 2:42
31. Notturno 1:01
32. Sotto la pioggia 1:46
33. Addio alla fabbrica (#2) 1:03
34. Ricordo di un amico 1:38
35. Trittico per organo 3:31
36. Le donne al fiume (#3) 1:27
37. Dentro la macchina (#2) 1:11
38. Notturno (#2) 1:14
39. Sangue sull'asfalto (#2) 1:12
40. Sotto la pioggia (#2) 2:02
41. Le donne al fiume (#4) 0:48
42. Prima e dopo l'amore (#2) 2:07
  Total Album Time: 74:26

From the Manufacturer

Quartet Records presents a new, remastered edition of two Ennio Morricone scores from 1969 and 1970, written for movies featuring strong female protagonists.

La monaca di Monza (1969) features a brief but passionate Morricone score, highlighted by a tragic romantic theme, a lovely pastoral theme for the couple's child and Baroque-flavored action cues for the Spanish pursuers.

Made a year later, La califfa's thematically rich score features Morricone's favorite musical collaborators (Edda dell'Orso, Alessandro Alessandroni and I Cantori Moderni) for an emotional rollercoaster that's much better-known than the film it's attached to.

The program for La monaca di Monza, probably one of the shortest scores composed by Morricone, expands by seven minutes (including a beautiful choral piece) the previous release by Point Records, issued in the early nineties and now hard-to-find. The program for La califfa is the same as the expensive and now out-of-print Japanese import CD by Verita Note, but with a new mastering by Claudio Fuiano and Dániel Winkler which eliminates some drop-outs and corrects the switched stereo channels from previous editions.

The 20-page full-color booklet features many illustrations and a detailed discussion of both scores by Gergely Hubai, who also provides track-by-track analyses for these masterful works.

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