Ennio Morricone ‎– Teorema (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film)

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Ariete ‎– ARLP 2002
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A1 Ennio Morricone Teorema 4:16
A2 Ennio Morricone Frammenti 2:31
A3 Ennio Morricone Fruscio Di Foglie Verdi 2:23
A4 Ennio Morricone L'Ultima Corrida 2:39
A5 Ennio Morricone Beat N° 3 2:45
B1 W. A. Mozart* Requiem 6:53
B2 W. A. Mozart* Kyrie Eleison 2:42
B3 W. A. Mozart* Rex Tremendae Majestatis 3:00
B4 W. A. Mozart* Confutatis Maledictis 3:04
B5 W. A. Mozart* Lacrimosa Dies Illa 3:50
B6 W. A. Mozart* Agnus Dei 3:40

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HCLP 16 Ennio Morricone Teorema (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film)(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Halidon, Carosello HCLP 16 Italy 2009 Sell This Version
KICP 397 Ennio Morricone Teorema(CD, Album) King Records KICP 397 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
L.P. 20.001 Ennio Morricone Teorema(LP, Album) MusicaMundo L.P. 20.001 Argentina 1968 Sell This Version
L25B 5002, 80128 Ennio Morricone テオレマ = Théorème(LP, Album, Mono) Barclay, Barclay L25B 5002, 80128 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
920083 Ennio Morricone Théorème(LP) Barclay 920083 France 1968 Sell This Version

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August 30, 2016
"Teorema" is a film directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini, publicly presented for the first time in September 1968 at the International Film Festival in Venice; it immediately shocked its viewers, like many other of Pasolini's works, and was seized by the Public Prosecutor of Rome and the director, with producer Donato Leoni, were charged with obscenity - and eventually absolved.

The music of the film is divided in two: the original vinyl B-side is entirely occupied by Mozart's "Messa da Requiem", while the A-side houses five original compositions written by Ennio Morricone. These ones consist of two opening dissonant and discordant tracks, solely played with classical instruments ("Teorema", "Frammenti"), a ballad sung by the Junior Trio ("Fruscio di green leaves"), a piece that reminds of a western movie by Sergio Leone ("L'ultima corrida") and a closing instrumental beat/psych song ("Beat N° 3").