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Carlo Rustichelli Film Music & Soundtracks 4 Items

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Carlo Rustichelli - OST Stuntman
Carlo Rustichelli
OST Stuntman
LP | 1968 | EU | Reissue (Spettro)
32,99 €*
Release:1968 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
The jazz beat soundtrack, composed by Maestro Rustichelli for the Caper / Crime Movie “Stuntman” directed by Marcello Baldi in 1968. The film starred Gina Lollobrigida, Robert Viharo, Marisa Mell and Marie Dubois. The orchestra was directed in the studio by Bruno Nicolai, with the participation of Alessandro Alessandroni’s “I Cantori Moderni” (The Modern Singers) choir and was produced by Franco De Gemini. The first print of this soundtrack was released by CAM in 1969 and is one of the most sought after records by record collectors around the globe. Available for the first time since it’s original release, this limited edition vinyl reissue is limited to 500 hand-numbered copies.
Carlo Rustichelli - OST I Lunghi Capelli Della Morte Colored Vinyl Edition
Carlo Rustichelli
OST I Lunghi Capelli Della Morte Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Dagored)
17,99 €* 19,99 € -10%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Great soundtrack from the Italian Silver Age composed by Carlo Rustichelli for the Antonio Margheriti (aka Anthony M. Dawson) cult film I Lunghi Capelli Della Morte. Dark and gloomy moods with orchestral sound, tense atmospheres and diabolical paganic dances!
Carlo Rustichelli - Brancaleone Alle Crociate
Carlo Rustichelli
Brancaleone Alle Crociate
LP+CD | 1995 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
32,99 €*
Release:1995 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
For the sequel to “For Love and Gold,” Carlo Rustichelli (December 24, 1916, Carpi - 13 November 2004, Rome) resumes his famous “March of Brancaleone” and “Pirulè” (the pilgrim theme), this time entrusting Gianfranco Plenizio to conduct the orchestra. Maestro Rustichelli created a new score which is romantic and veiled with sadness for Felicilla, the witch (Stefania Sandrelli) who enters Brancaleone’s heart. This time Brancaleone gets caught up in the Crusades and the score alternates dramatic with haunting passages that would fit perfectly in a horror film. For our CD (total running time 72:33 minutes), we were able to access the stereo master tapes of the original recording session. We’ve included the audio editing on the first twenty tracks which we personally prepared with Maestro Rustichelli for the CD’s first release in 1995, followed by film versions, alternate takes and the singles released in 1970 on the single RCA Records PM 3573 (S). This is a well-deserved musical recovery for the trio Monicelli, Rustichelli, Gassman, who created a masterpiece for Italian Cinema. Vittorio Gassman won “Best Actor” at the San Sebastian Festival in 1971 for this film.
Carlo Rustichelli - L'Armata Brancaleone
Carlo Rustichelli
L'Armata Brancaleone
LP+CD | 1995 | EU | Reissue (Digitmovies)
32,99 €*
Release:1995 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Carlo Rustichelli (Carpi, December 24, 1916 - Rome, November 13, 2004) was the author of hundreds of film soundtracks and will go down in history for his famous friendship with director Pietro Germi and for the “Brancaleone March,” a true iconic hymn like the “James Bond” theme” by Monty Norman or “the Raiders March” by John Williams from “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. This unforgettable choir motif is introduced by “Branca Branca Branca Leon Leon Leon” and a whistle and is the heart of the background music, which the author reprises with orchestral versions that are sometimes comical and sometimes dramatic- all under the direction of Bruno Nicolai. Two of the other supporting scores are “Pirulè” the psalm theme of the pilgrims, and “Cuccuruccù” sung by a female voice accompanied by the mandola. For our CD (total running time 70:43 minutes) we were able to access the mono master tapes from the original recording session. We’ve included the audio editing on the first fifteen tracks which we personally prepared with Maestro Rustichelli for the CD’s first release in 1995, followed by film versions, alternate takes and the singles released in 1966 on the single Parade PRC 5002. The CD ends with the rare take of the march introduced by the voice of Vittorio Gassman. Winner of three Silver Ribbons, the film was presented in competition at the 19th Cannes Film Festival.
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