*2022 stock* Digitmovies proudly releases for the very first time in its complete form on CD the orchestral OST by the legendary Carlo Rustichelli for the dramatic movie "Le 4 giornate di Napoli" (aka "The Four Days of Neaples") directed in 1962 by Nanni Loy and starring Gian Maria Volonté, Aldo Giuffré, Lea Massari, Jean Sorel, Georges Wilson, Regina Bianchi, Frank Wolff. This movie, inspired by the 1956 book of Aldo De Jaco "La città insorge: le quattro giornate di Napoli" was produced by Goffredo Lombardo for Titanus and was nominated at the 1962 Academy Awards for best foreign movie. In 1963 it won three Silver Ribbon prizes for direction, scenario and best supporting actress (Regina Bianchi).
This CD is possible thanks the support of C.A.M. in whose archives all the mono master tapes of the original session have been preserved till today. Carlo Rustichelli has written one of the most beautiful themes of his whole career and one of which he was particularly proud: "La tarantella della liberazione". This motif is always reprised in the OST with continous symphonic variations, alternating mysterious and suspenseful passages with others which are more dramatic and action-like . To pay further tribute to dear M°Rustichelli we wanted to close the CD indeed with a suite which the composer himself had assembled for the CD "Carlo Rustichelli, ritratto di un autore" released by C.A.M. in 2001. A right and proper rescue and preservation of the Italian Silver Age.