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23 de Fevereiro de 2014


1- Michel Legrand - "Summer Od 42" 1971










2- Francis Lai - "A Man And A Woman" 1966









3- Jerry Goldsmith - "Papillon" 1973










4- Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard - "Gladiator" 2000











5- Henry Mancini - "Breakfast At Tiffany's" 1961












6- Ennio Morricone - "Once Upon a Time In America" 1984










7- Piero Umiliani - "L'arcangel" 1969











8- John Barry - "James Bond - You Only Live Twice" 1967











9- Alberto Baldan Bembo- "L' Amica Di Mia Madre" 1974













10- Pierre Bachelet - "Emanuelle" 1974













11- Francis Lai - "Love Story" 1970











12- Piero Piccioni - "Camille 2000" 1969












13- Fiorenzo Carpi - "Un Bianco Vestito Per Mariale" 1972











14- Piero Piccione - "Incontri Proibiti" 1969










15- Nino Rota - "The Godfather" 1972










16- Ennio Morricone - "Once Upon a Time In The West" 1968












17- Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein - "The Sound Of Music" 1965










18- Johny Mandel - "The Sandpiper" 1965









19- Stanley Meyers - "The Deer Hunter" 1978











20- Angelo Badalamenti - "Twin Peaks" 1990






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17 de Abril de 2012

Sad, melancholic, beautiful, dark, fragile, gentle.


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13 de Agosto de 2011

Umiliani was born in Florence, Tuscany. Like many of his Italian colleagues at that time, he composed the scores for many exploitation films in the 1960s and 1970s, covering genres such as spaghetti western, Eurospy, Giallo, and soft sex films.

Although not as widely regarded as, for example, Ennio Morricone or Riz Ortolani, he helped form the style of the typical European 1960s and 1970s jazz influenced film soundtrack, that later experienced a revival in films such as Kill Bill[citation needed], and "Crepuscolo Sul Mare" in Ocean's Twelve.

"Mah Nà Mah Nà" (1968) was originally used for a Mondo documentary about Sweden (Svezia, Inferno e Paradiso), but was popularized by the Muppets, who covered the song several times; starting on episode 0014 of Sesame Street on 27 November 1969, then the Ed Sullivan Show on 30 November 1969, and again on the syndicated The Muppet Show in 1977. The track was also a hit in the UK, reaching #8 in the UK Singles chart in May 1977.

Umiliani died in Rome in February 2001, at the age of 74.

it's coming out of your speaker 


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28 de Fevereiro de 2011

The Wizard of Oz is a 1939 American fantasy film directed primarily by Victor Fleming from a script mostly by Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson and Edgar Allan Woolf, with uncredited contributions by others. Fleming is the only director to receive credit on the film, on all advertising posters, and on the soundtrack album. According to the Library of Congress it is the most watched motion picture in history.

music traveller

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22 de Dezembro de 2010

The music is a delight to the ears and soulfully touching. Listening to this, it's hard to not have mental images floating around. I love all the songs. There are few cds I can listen to that I love all the songs but To the Edge of the Earth, Heart Asks Pleasure First, Here to There, and Promise are some of my favorites on this cds. I highly recommend this soundtrack and watching the movie. 
trilha do medo

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21 de Dezembro de 2010

Do yourself a favour. If you are at all interested in the absolute marvel that is expelled from these modern composers' brains then buy this album, listen and listen well. Be sure to get yourself a decent hi-fi set, as mentioned by one other fan. That is extremely important. The overall quality of the music reproduction on this disc is amazing. 
soundtrack central

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20 de Dezembro de 2010

An absolutely superb selection of music. Again and again Kubrick revealed his genius in moviemaking with every detail, including his choice of musical accompaniment. The Handel is bold and poignant in all its variations. The rivetting Schubert Trio in E-flat IS the scene in the movie, and remains the scene on the soundtrack and is played eloquently and flawlessly with that odd droll depth which was sometimes characteristic of the Baroque. 
alternate branle

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21 de Outubro de 2010

This soundtrack is mostly a collection of experimental instrumentals and familiar classical pieces, and as such, works to enhance the film and also to educate people unfamiliar with synthesizer music or to give a crash course for those who want to hear the highlights of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.

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20 de Outubro de 2010

The Godfather is the soundtrack from the movie of the same name, released in 1972 by Paramount, and in 1991 on compact disc by MCA, which had acquired the rights to the album (and the rest of the Famous Music Group catalog) when they purchased ABC Records in 1979, which in turn had acquired the Famous Music labels from Gulf+Western in 1974. Unless noted, the cues were composed by Nino Rota and conducted by Carlo Savina (who was credited on the LP, but not the CD).


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19 de Outubro de 2010

The Graduate is an album of songs from the soundtrack of Mike Nichols' movie The Graduate, featuring many songs from the folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel. Released on January 21, 1968, the album was produced by Teo Macero. (See: 1968 in music) Columbia Records.


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