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Multifaceted Maestro Alessandro Alessandroni: composer, conductor, and arranger. Among the various activities that he still performs to this day, he is also a mandolinist, guitarist, fisarmonicist, sitarist, whistler, and pianist. Most of all, he is a musician, highly renowned in international TV and cinema. The Maestro has composed and conducted over 50 film scores and documentaries, and has collaborated in the production of many songs, achieving great success. The activity of the Maestro seems restless, especially during the period in which director Sergio Leone was shooting one after the other his most famous movies, including A Fistful of Dollars, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, For a Few Dollars More, Once Upon a Time in the West, and A Fistful of Dynamite. The director gave Maestro Ennio Morricone the opportunity to compose the scores for these movies, and in the recording sessions, a very special trio was formed that soon after became very famous: Alessandro Alessandroni as whistler and guitarist, Franco De Gemini on harmonica, and Edda Dell'Orso's vocals, the three alternating their performances as soloists and members of the orchestra. Very successful in the pop music field, Maestro Alessandroni is the founder of the Cantori Moderni choir. He still performs publicly as well as on radio and TV throughout Europe, and has been commended for his professionalism and originality all over the world. On this CD, which features previously-unreleased tracks in addition to the contents of the "ALESSANDRO ALESSANDRONI" LP that was released by SerMi in the 70s, the instruments are played in a very peculiar way, like solo instruments, and contribute to create a sound typical of that which earned the composer a great degree of success. The arrangements, the harmonic language, and the instrumental dialogue of the various cues combine to create in the listener romantic sensations both lovely and contemporary. LP "Alessandro Alessandroni" is one of the most sought after Italian libraries, because it includes some fantastic vocal and psycho beat, bossa beat. The song "GIOVANE FLIRT" is on the soundtrack of the movie "The Opening of Misty Beethoven." The vinyl CD included four unpublished music.