Release Date: September 22, 2013
Conducted by Carlo Savina
|3.||Corsa delle bighe||2:07|
|4.||La dama in lettiga||1:41|
|6.||Danze del carnevale||5:02|
|8.||Caduta della rete||2:14|
|10.||Coro dei cristiani||2:19|
|11.||Buccine e marce||2:22|
|12.||Glauco e antonio||3:55|
|13.||Glauco nella fossa dei coccodrilli||2:59|
|14.||Fuggiaschi e finale||3:40|
|15.||BONUS TRACKS: Seq.1||2:04|
|21.||Coro dei cristiani||2:11|
|22.||Buccine e marce||0:57|
|Total Album Time:||61:55|
Digitmovies, with collaboration of Gruppo Sugar, continues to explore the territory of the Italian Peplum by issuing as volume XXV the complete edition in mono of the OST by Angelo F. Lavagnino for the movie Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei.
At the time of the film's release no record album at all with music by Lavagnino was issued, but in 1984 C.A.M. issued a 33 rpm LP in their limited edition Phoenix series (PHCAM 03) with 15 tracks (in fact the "Main Title" was repeated at the end of side B so that we have left in their place only 14 tracks which end with the "Finale"). The same material has been re-released on CD in 1995 (CAM 493273-2) and more recently on CD CAM / Sugar (Sugar 24).
For our CD we had access to the master tapes of the original session in mono masterfully conducted by Carlo Savina which allowed us to locate about 22 minutes of extra music that leads us to a total duration of 62:57. Lavagnino with his unique style has created a symphonic OST where love themes alternate with dramatic motifs, sometimes macabre, sometimes mysterious, as ideal background for the sad fate of the people of Pompeii. A proper rescue and preservation of the Italian Golden Age and the musical art of Angelo F. Lavagnino.
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Released: October 2, 2012