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vor 12 Stunden schrieb ronin1975:

Wie isn der Score so?

Sehr minimalistisch. Fast ausschließlich Piano und ein paar Streicher. Sehr ruhig aber super passend zu den Bildern :) Gefällt mir richtig gut :) 

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Digitmovies sind zurück mit einer überarbeiteten Website und drei neuen Veröffentlichungen.

Ab dem 24. Februar erhältlich:

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We are releasing on CD, for the very first time in full edition, Giovanni Fusco’s “The Cossacks” OST.

THE SOUNDTRACK Giovanni Fusco (Sant'Agata de' Goti, October 10th, 1908 – Rome, June 1st, 1968) composed a symphonic commentary masterfully directed by Carlo Savina. The composer created a dramatic main theme alternated to russian dances, coral tracks, waltzes, polkas, quadrilles, battle musics and a moving love theme that often recurs in the soundtrack. We used mono master tapes of the session of that time, which allowed us to assemble a 73:23-minutes-long CD. Another CD dedicated to the great Giovanni Fusco, Michelangelo Antonioni’ s favorite musician.

DIRECTOR AND CAST Directed by Giorgio Rivalta and Viktor Tourjansky in 1959 and starring Edmund Purdom, John Drew Barrymore, Pierre Brice, Massimo Girotti, Giorgia Moll.

PLOT To control the Circassians, submissive but not subdued, the Russians take young Jamal, son the chief Chamil, hostage. Jamal is sent to Petersburg, where he attends a military school. The young man pledges allegiance to the Zar. He even saves his life, which outrages his dad who, in the meantime, decides to go back to the guerrilla warfare. Russian troops, leaded by Price Voronzoff, act against the Circassians. Chamil imprisons Jamal and Tatiana, Voronzoff’s daughter, whom Jamal loves. After lots of adventures the two manage to escape.

 

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We are releasing on CD, for the very first time in full edition, Nico Fidenco’s drama “Country lady” OST.

THE SOUNDTRACK Nico Fidenco (pseudonym of Domenico Colarossi), notorious singer and author of cult OSTs such as the Emanuelle series, has composed an evocative musical commentary directed by his all time collaborator Giacomo Dell’Orso, which reflects the struggle both internal and physical of the members of a family. This daily battle full of resentment and humiliations has the Po valley fogs on the background, wistfully described by a recurring theme with strings, very sweet and sad, where a feeling of extreme lonliness emerges. The author contrats the sweetness with dissonant tracks, which reflect the characters’ mood. He also alternates many fox-trots of that period. For this 60:00-minutes-long CD we used Recording Session’s stereo masters.

DIRECTOR AND CAST Directed by Claudio De Molinis in 1980 and starring Philippe Leroy, Rossana Podestà, Christian Borromeo, Silvia Dionisio, Daniele Gohl, Serena Grandi, Mario Maranzana, Elisa Minardi, Carmen Scarpitta, Antonio Serrano, Silvano Tranquilli.

PLOT During Fascism Guido Maldini, manager of the property on behalf of his cousin Floriana, lives in a ranch in the Po valley with Anna, his wife, their children Alberto and Elisa and the maid Aida. Dispotic and violent, Guido exercises his power, without any sign of faithfulness nor devotion, on his wife and children. Once every two weeks he goes to the nearest brothel, he even forces Anna to do humiliating sexual practices. He also despises Alberto, young shy and sensitive boy, judging him spineless and coward. After trying multiple times to escape from home, the boy - who even tried to shoot his father – seems to find peace when his cousin Gloria comes to the ranch, planning a getaway to Milan together. Even this plan fails because the girl, who is raped by Guido in front of his son to demonstrate his virility, leaves the ranch for good. At this point, all the family members and the maid, team up to kill him, by simulating a suicide through hanging.

 

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Digitmovies presents on CD the original soundtrack from the film "Flesh Contagium". Music Composed by: Daniele Marinelli, Luca Maria Burocchi, Riccardo Adamo Performed by: Basement's Glare

DIRECTOR AND CAST Directed by Lorenzo Lepori in 2020 and starring Pio Bisanti, Shiri Binder, Lorenzo Lepori.

PLOT In a world devastated by epidemic, humans seek refuge outside the cities. Pursued by armed groups called "executors", the protagonists end up in an old fortress apparently abandoned: instead they will find something that goes beyond their worst nightmares.

ABOUT BASEMENT’S GLARE The project began shortly before the Covid-19 pandemic exploded. Following the restrictions caused by the imposed isolation, Basement's Glare have recorded and released their first single, Red Zone, which deals directly with the issue of social distancing and its consequences. Subsequently, the duo decided to complete the recordings of the eponymous EP as previously scheduled, working mostly remotely. Basement's Glare are composed by Riccardo Adamo and Daniele Marinelli as stable members, and by various session musicians. The collaboration turned out to be so fruitful and satisfying that the duo decided to cement it, opening musical horizons and making Basement's Glare an all-round musical project, with no limits of musical genre or intended use. The official soundtrack composed for the film "Flesh Contagium" is forthcoming.

 

 

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Wichtig und überraschend in dem Zusammenhang: Es ist das erste Mal seit mehr als einem Jahr, daß Digitmovies mit den beiden Fusco und Fidenco-Titeln überhaupt mal wieder was aus dem CAM-Katalog bringen darf. Es scheint wohl einen neuen Deal oder eine Einigung mit Sugar gegeben zu haben, was zumindest für die Zukunft ein wenig Hoffnung macht.

Der Fusco I COSACCHI ist für mich eindeutig das CD-Highlight der letzten paar Wochen und eine wirklich sehr erfreuliche Sache. Ich gehe eigentlich fast davon aus, daß auf der CD mehr Musik ist als im Film selbst, der beileibe nicht Wall-to-Wall untermalt ist und weitaus weniger als 70 Minuten enthalten dürfte.
Die Track-Sequenzierung sieht mir übrigens nicht besonders chronologisch aus, da viele der Tänze und das Zigeunerlied, das auf der CD ziemlich weit hinten erscheint, in einer längeren Ballsequenz im Film nacheinander gespielt werden. Dagegen erscheinen diese Tänze auf der CD nun aber weit verstreut.
Es gibt zwar ein paar dramatische Schlachtsequenzen, aber wie üblich ist Fuscos Musik natürlich zum Großteil auch recht eigenwillig gestaltet mit vielen solistischen Passagen und einem Orchestersatz, der oft auf Transparenz bedacht ist.
Da die US-Labels momentan eh so gut wie keine Golden Age-Scores aus dem Abenteuer/Historien-Film-Genre mehr bringen, ist es natürlich umso erfreulicher, daß wenigstens in Italien diesbezüglich noch was gemacht wird. Viele Sammler werden das nicht kaufen, das ist klar, insofern ist es überaus lobenswert, daß sich Digitmovies entschlossen hat, von I COSACCHI wenigstens doch noch 300 Exemplare pressen zu lassen.
Interessanterweise ist das sehr schöne slawische Liebesthema, das sich durch die komplette Partitur in mannigfaltigen Variationen zieht, recht eng verwandt mit dem Andrei-Thema aus Waxmans TARAS BULBA (dort vor allem in "Birth of Andrei" zu hören), der aber erst zwei Jahre später entstanden ist. Es ist bereits im Mittelteil des Main Titles ab Minute 0:59 zu vernehmen:

 

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Sehr erfreulich, dass Digit wieder Zugriff auf das CAM-Archiv hat. Hatte schon befürchtet, dass unter den neuen Besitzern noch nur Neuauflagen beliebter Titel kommen. Apropos: Von Decca kommen in der Tat als nächste Re-Issues von Mondo Cane und I Malamondo auf CD und LP.

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vor 16 Minuten schrieb Oliver79:

Apropos: Von Decca kommen in der Tat als nächste Re-Issues von Mondo Cane und I Malamondo auf CD und LP.

Hatte ich bereits vor ein paar Tagen bei FSM gepostet.

Allerdings handelt es sich bei MONDO CANE nicht um ein simples Reissue, sondern um eine gehörige Expandierung - wobei die zusätzlichen Tracks jedoch ziemlich lustlos nur mit M-Nummern betitelt wurden:
https://arksquare.net/detail.php?cdno=092-1112

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CD includes digital download package - 24 bit Wav, MP3, Digital PDF

Dragon’s Domain Records, to be distributed through buysoundtrax.com, presents the original motion picture soundtrack to ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY, featuring music composed by Fredric Ensign Teetsel for the 1991 family adventure film directed by Brett Thompson, written by Wili Baronet and Lisa Morton, starring Omri Katz, Tiffanie Poston, Shawn Hoffman, Rob Sherwood, Patrick Labyorteaux and David Joliffe.

ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY was a made-for-television motion picture, telling the spiked tale of three teenage “horn-heads” named Timmy (Katz), Jamie (Poston), and Mick (Hoffman) whose favorite TV show is an animated retro-60’s callback called DINOSAURS. This fictitious cartoon series centers on the lives of anthropomorphic dinosaurs inhabiting Tar Town and Saur City. One morning while attempting to watch another episode of DINOSAURS on VHS, Timmy tires of his tiny television set and proffers a “volcanic idea.” He and his companions go into Timmy’s parent’s scientific laboratory adjacent to his house where the “Ultrasaurus of televisions” occupies a massive chunk of the lab floor. Timmy’s parents are both brilliant research scientists who have just achieved a major breakthrough the same morning after they’ve successfully transported an orange through a vortex in the space-time continuum via their television set while “safely” returning the damaged fruit back to its present existence. Timmy inserts the tape into the lab’s high-tech VHS player, hits the play button, and turns on the mammoth television set. The opening title sequence of DINOSAURS appears in all its glory as a laser positioned behind them pierces a hole in the space-time continuum transporting Timmy, Jaimie, and Mick through a vortex to the world of their favorite television show. Upon their arrival in Saur City, the trio encounter their favorite animated characters as live-action creatures: a flightless Dimorphodon named Forry (Sherwood), a Tyrannosaurus named Rex (Labyorteaux), and a Triceratops named Tops (Jolliffe). With the kids’ help, the unlikely alliance journeys to Tar Town igniting a revolution against the evil Mr. Big (Labyorteaux’s voice), and his army of troglodyte henchmen known as The Rockies. ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY was released on VHS in the United States on October 23, 1991, and relished frequent airings on The Disney Channel throughout the early 1990s. Its modest success might be due in part to the popularity of Jim Henson’s hit television series DINOSAURS (1991-1994) which debuted on the American Broadcasting Company six months prior to the release of DINOSAUR CITY.

The music for ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY was composed and conducted by Fredric Ensign Teetsel, a jack-of-all-trades musician and movie geek who composed the score for THE HAUNTING OF MORELLA, served as an orchestrator for Mark Governor on MINDWARP and contracted the orchestra who performed Mark McKenzie’s score for WARLOCK: THE ARMAGEDDON. Even though Teetsel originally had visions of Russell Garcia’s THE TIME MACHINE or Nathan Van Cleave’s ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS forming the foundation for his musical approach to ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY, upon the conclusion of the initial spotting session, the producers handed Teetsel some of Danny Elfman’s soundtrack albums and told him this is what they wanted. Unfazed by their intended direction, Teetsel leaped into scoring DINOSAUR CITY with fervor. The film’s limited scoring budget allowed the composer to scribe a healthy chunk of cues for a modest-sized orchestra. The remainder would be tracked using synthesizers. Being a classically-trained pencil-and-paper composer, Teetsel would sketch all of his music on six to eight stave manuscript paper regardless of how the completed cue would be performed.

Fredric Teetsel was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, and has been involved with a number of orchestras there. A graduate of the Groves School of Music, Teetsel found work orchestrating and conducting; he was Composer in Residence for the Scottsdale Symphony Orchestra in Arizona from 1983-1986 and 1986-1989 found him an in-house composer producing commercial jingles for local television and radio. He moved back to Los Angeles in 1989 and began visiting movie studios in the hopes of becoming involved in film scoring. One of them was Corman’s Concorde Pictures and THE HAUNTING OF MORELLA would be his first film score. His ongoing relationship with four professional orchestras in Arizona has supplied him with opportunities for commissions for pop orchestra arrangements and original compositions.

Dragon’s Domain Records is excited to bring ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY to compact disc for the first time, mastered by James Nelson at Digital Outland with liner notes by author and composer Brian Satterwhite, with the participation of the composer. 

ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY is a limited edition release of 500 units. As a special offer, the first 50 people to order the album from the record label’s website will have their copy autographed by the composer at no additional charge.

ADVENTURES IN DINOSAUR CITY is expected to begin shipping the week of March 8th.

 

1. Main Title (2:36)
2. We Will Always Have Tartown (0:39)
3. The Lab/Gill and Dana (1:41)
4. The Orange/I’ve Got a Great Idea/You Wouldn’t Believe It (1:32)
5. Children in the Lab/Vortex (5:03)
6. Forry and the Rocks/Vistas (1:12)
7. Big Foot (1:46)
8. Hit Me Over the Head* (2:41)
9. Skeleton Bridge (3:43)
10. Mr. Big's Office /Mr. Big Laughs (1:58)
11. Tree House (2:29)
12. Fireflies / Very Soon (2:07)
13. I Know A Place (Instrumental) (2:48)
14. Not a Perfect World and Train (3:22)
15. Extinction Island (3:32)
16. Lava/The Report (1:52)
17. Abduction (3:01)
18. The Big Showdown (2:44)
19. Knockout (2:37)
20. Rescue (2:08)
21. The Fight (3:43)
22. The Dungeon (2:08)
23. The Rocks and Meltdown (2:36)
24. Forry Flies (3:23)
25. Going Home (4:09)
26. 2nd Vortex (1:23)
27. Back Home (2:50)
28. Vortex (Alternate) (1:53)
29. Dinosaur City Theme Song (1:59)
Total Time: 74:49
* Music by John Debney,
arr. Fredric Ensign Teetsel

 

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