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...e alla fine lo chiamarono Jerusalem l'implacabile

...e alla fine lo chiamarono Jerusalem l'implacabile

Digitmovies (CDDM229)

Release Date: December 12, 2012

Conducted by Franco Micalizzi

Format: CD

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1. When Spring is in the Air (Main Title) 2:35
2. Seq.1 3:46
3. When Spring is in the Air (instr.) 1:28
4. Seq.2 1:17
5. When Spring is in the Air (instr.2) 1:23
6. Seq.3 2:24
7. When Spring is in the Air (instr.3) 1:48
8. Seq.4 1:23
9. When Spring is in the Air (instr.4) 1:26
10. Seq.5 1:26
11. When Spring is in the Air (instr.5) 1:58
12. Seq.6 5:03
13. When Spring is in the Air (reprise) 3:51
  Total Album Time: 29:48

From the Manufacturer

Digitmovies, in collaboration with gruppo Sugar, releases for the very first time on CD, the complete score in full stereo by Franco Micalizzi for the western movie ...E alla fine lo chiamarono Jerusalem l'implacabile (Panhandle 38).

'Til recently this CD project was part of the list of "impossible projects," because the master tapes had been lost for some time. Luca himself had recommended this project, as the brilliant main theme in the vocal version was a real "brother" of the internationally-known song of "Trinity" composed two years before by Micalizzi and also performed by the same singer Annibale.

This CD was made possible ONLY with Maestro Franco Micalizzi's help who for forty years has kept in his private archives the stereo master tapes of the original session through which we could issue every note recorded at the time (about 30:19). We are very happy that this rare OST will finally see the light of day for all fans of the genre.

"When Spring Is in the Air", the main theme, is a romantic and adventurous pop style ballad performed by male voice and choir and introduced in the Main Titles (Tr.1) which the composer reprises with considerable instrumental variations (Tr.3, Tr.5, Tr.7, Tr.9, Tr.11), alternating it with saloon tunes (Tr.4, Tr.8), Latin American folk music (Tr.6), mysterious and epic for the scenes with the Indians (Tr.10), and a march of military flavor, partly heroic and partly funny (Tr.2, Tr.12).

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