|25.||Rievocazione (Titoli alternate take #1)||1:02|
|26.||Rievocazione (Titoli alternate take #2)||1:59|
|Total Album Time:||40:19|
From the Manufacturer
The martial opening by Rustichelli ("Rievocazione") is set against striking stills of Italy's greatest defats from the war. While the march is reprised at the end ("In Marcia") for the shot of the victims' plaque, Rustichelli's greatest achievement in the score is Pino's motive, a love theme without love depicting the deteriorating relationship of the embittered pharmacist and his wife. The two halves of the score are nicely brought together in the massacre sequence, as the Fascist's portentous material is mixed with hints of Pino's motive as the hapless, wheel-chair bound witnesses the death of eleven victims. (Seq. 9).
This CD includes the complete score composed by Carlo Rustichelli, mastered by Claudio Fuiano from the original mono tapes courtesy of Gruppo Sugar. The 8-page booklet features liner notes by Gergely Hubai discussing the film and the score.
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