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Bruno Nicolai

Bruno Nicolai for Jess Franco (5CD)

Label: Digitmovies

Format: 5CD

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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Digitmovies is re-releasing on Digipack box contains 5 CD the soundtracks composed by Bruno Nicolai for the Jess Franco’s movies: “A virgin among the living dead”, “99 women”, “Nightmares come at night” and “Eugenie - De Sade'70” (on“ CDs).

*300 copies limited edition* CD 1: A Virgin Among The Living Dead - Soundtrack. The CD open with a suspenseful and mysterious theme given by an introduction of harp with echo, celesta, in order to develop itself in a chaotic, much modern and rhythmic motif, with sacred flavour given by a liturgical organ (tr.1). This score features several atonal music themes for strings with additional distorted electric guitar. Bruno Nicolai has written a wonderful love theme for the main character of Christine, a sweet and melancholic theme performed by the crystal voice of Edda Dell’Orso. "Lounge" style music does not lack like the elegant orchestral bossa vocalized by Edda Dell’Orso, pieces for solo piano and the rock-dance floor music, between sacred and profane, for the scene of the satanic ritual.

CD 2: Nightmares Come At Night - Soundtrack. For this movie Bruno Nicolai has written an OST of experimental kind, perfect as background for the protagonist’s recurrent nightmares. “Tra sogno e vita”, the original main titles, after an intro of ethnic sound effects presents a medley of experimental motifs, developed later in the OST, among them, in a theme for atonal strings. Bruno Nicolai alternates experimental atmospheres with piano and percussions, with suspended motifs for guitar, organ and light percussions and with a magic love theme. Lounge style music is also enclosed that reflects the trends and the life style of those days with two long tracks, a slow one with sax, organ and rhythmics and a shake dance floor music that, after a Spanish flavoured guitar introduction, is developed with organ, distorted guitars and drums.

CD 3a - 3b: Eugenie De Sade ’70 - Soundtrack. Originally in year 1969 an album on Gemelli label with 14 selections was issued (some in mono sound, some in stereo sound). For this publication we used every take found in the original master tapes. We could assemble the entire 108 minutes long score and alternate versions on two discs set.

CD 4: 99 women - Soundtrack. Bruno Nicolai has written and conducted a symphonic score that alternates mysterious, dramatic and action themes to other romantic and sensual ones given by the sax and the orchestra that reprise instrumental variations of the main theme song "The day I was born". For this publication we used every take found in the original master tapes.




Cat. number: DPDM019
Year: 2024

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