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17-Jan-2014 -

Anonimo veneziano
Digitmovies will present, in de-luxe digipack edition, the score by Stelvio Cipriani, complete and in full stereo, to the classic movie Anonimo Veneziano (The Anonymous Venetian) directed in 1970 by Enrico Maria Salerno. The story is about Enrico, who is an oboist of the Fenice of Venice and who hasn't managed to become a great conductor as he had hoped. After he finds out he's ill with a fatal tumour, he decides to see his ex-wife Valeria again with whom he had a son and invited her to Venice. For this CD with a duration of 71:52 they used first-generation master tapes on a full stereo album and the original recording session and with the approval of the author it is divided into three sections: the first, containing the album of the era, the second the film versions and alternate takes published for the first time, and the third two pieces of which the author took a new version for piano and keyboards. The disc closes with a nice audio message from the great composer to his fans in Italian and English. This CD wants to pay tribute to a cult film of international cinema and the fabulous music art of the legendary Cipriani.
Seddok L’erede Di Satana / Lycanthropus
Digitmovies ventures, again, in the field of the horror genre, publishing for the first time on CD, the complete score by Armando Trovajoli for the films Seddok L'erede Di Satana (Atom Age Vampire) and Lycanthropus (Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory). Atom Age Vampire was directed in 1960 by Anton Giulio Majano. Abandoned by Pierre, the stripper Janette is disfigured as a result of a car accident. Professor Levin is secretly experiencing a cure through the regeneration of tissues.
Lycanthropus (Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory) was directed in 1960 by Paolo Heusch. In a forest near a juvenile rehabilitation institution, the torn body of a girl is found. The official hypothesis, accepted by all, is that the girl was a victim of wolves. Armando Trovajoli has composed two fabulous comments alternating symphonic music of tension and mystery, enhanced by a charming atmosphere electronic issues lounge jazz flavour that explores the well-known style of the author. For this CD (duration 73:32) they used the mono master tapes of the original recording session. A CD to keep in its consecrated the Art of Music Armando Trovajoli and for those who love this cinema genre.
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