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File under: OstscoresPolice70s

Manuel De Sica


Label: Digitmovies

Format: CD

Genre: Library/Soundtracks

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*300 copies limited edition* Manuel De Sica wrote an orchestral comment based on a recurring symphonic tarantella, which is the main theme retaken in symphonic version or with a solo guitar, alternated with lounge tracks like “Rough”, sung by M° De Sica himself, who was 23 years old back then, with the fabulous “Bossa Nova Boss”, with the extravagant “Casa da gioco” and with the “Anna e Tonino” love theme. RCA printed a promo LP (SP 8046), put together by M° De Sica, 30:30 minutes long. In 1994 the same material was printed on CD (original soundtrack - OST 125), paired with “The Garden of the Finzi-Continis” (aka “Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini”). We were able to have access to the original session mono masters, which brought us to discover some unpublished material, that results in a 46:38 minutes long CD. A sincere homage to the Musical Art of the dear departed Manuel De Sica.


File under: OstscoresPolice70s
Cat. number: CDDM323
Year: 2023

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