Release Date: February 2016
|2.||Il profumo della signora in nero||2:07|
|3.||Rondo' in Mib Magg. K371 (Mozart)||3:21|
|9.||Il profumo della signora in nero||2:09|
|12.||ll profumo della signora in nero||3:09|
|13.||Scaring Little Girl||2:30|
|14.||Il profumo della signora in nero||2:18|
|15.||Scaring Little Girl||5:01|
|17.||Scaring Little Girl||2:21|
|Total Album Time:||48:26|
Complete CD edition of Nicola Piovani's only and unusual approach to the giallo.
Piovani's approach to the score recalls the film's main influence, Rosemary's Baby. A simple, haunting lullaby plays an almost Hitchcockian role in solving the mystery: it is eventually identified as the theme played by Silvia's favorite toy from her childhood. The arrangements range from the original music box version to a demented carnivalesque take and everything in-between. A piece by Mozart is also included in the program.
Beat Records released a single with two cues in 1974, and eight tracks of the score was previously released on CD by Beat Records in the mid-nineties. In 2014, an LP version by Death Waltz was issued as part of a Record Store Day campaign. This release by Quartet Records expands the program to include for the first time the complete score. Mastered by Enrico De Gemini, the package includes a 8-page booklet with liner notes by Gergely Hubai, who discuss the film, the composer and the score.
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Released: April 19, 2014