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Romolo e Remo

Romolo e Remo

Digitmovies

Release Date: September 30, 2014

Format: CD

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1. Romolo E Remo 2:18
2. I Gemelli 2:30
3. La Lupa 3:38
4. Verso La Grotta 2:02
5. Amulio 2:41
6. Gara Di Cavalli 1:18
7. Dialogo 1 2:53
8. Dialogo 2 1:20
9. La Gara Continua 2:52
10. La Lotta Nel Circo 2:10
11. I Sabini 1:57
12. Soldati Alla Sorgente 2:13
13. Esercito In Marcia 1:17
14. Romolo E Remo Sul Ponte 2:20
15. Notte Al Campo 1:28
16. Dopo Il Terremoto 4:02
17. Romolo E Remo Si Salutano 1:37
18. Duello Mortale 1:33
19. Morte Di Remo E Finale 1:50
20. La Lupa 2:23
21. Verso La Grotta 1:25
22. Romolo E Remo (Suite 1) 1:07
23. Romolo E Remo (Suite 2) 1:59
24. La Lupa 1:20
25. I Sabini 2:28
26. Romolo E Remo (Suite 3) 3:14
27. La Lotta Nel Circo 1:49
28. Romolo E Remo (Suite 4) 1:39
29. Romolo E Remo (Fanfare) 0:39
30. La Lotta Nel Circo 1:03
31. Soldati Alla Sorgente 3:04
32. Romolo E Remo (Suite 5) 1:49
33. Romolo E Remo (Suite 6) 5:16
  Total Album Time: 71:14

From the Manufacturer

Digitmovies continues its journey into the world of Italian Peplum films, by releasing the complete OST by Piero Piccioni from the film Duel of the Titans (Romolo e Remo, as volume XXXI.

In 1961 when the film came out, no record was released. But in 1984 a 33 LP (PHCAM 06) record finally saw the light. The record was in the Phoenix limited edition series and contained 19 tracks (41:46 minutes). It was then rereleased twice in 1995 on CD at C.A.M. Soundtrack Encyclopedia (CAM CSE 800-126, CAM 493491-2).

For our CD we were able to access the mono master tapes from the original recording session and the first generation master tape assembled by the author for a vinyl record (obviously without the Dolby Surround Sound filter). We discovered previously unreleased music that makes this new edition CD 73:25 minutes long. Piccioni composed a recurring battle theme emphasizing French horns for the two protagonists. This theme alternates with very dramatic war songs having an ethnic pastoral theme for the wolf scene and a mystical theme for the soldiers at the spring.

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