Franco Ferrara - Raffaele Gervasio ‎– Sinfonicamente

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Hard ‎– HLP 204
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Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Epos 2:31
A2 Nel Mito 3:41
A3 Andante Eroico 2:30
A4 Largo Sinfonico 2:00
A5 Mysterium 3:22
A6 Canto D'Igor 4:25
B1 Pathos Crescendo 4:14
B2 Sacrificio 2:42
B3 Il Reno 3:24
B4 Meditazione 2:21
B5 In Festa 1:52
B6 Una Saga 1:50
B7 Apotheosis 3:30
B8 Un Valzer 2:36

Credits

Notes

From the soundtrack of the film "Il Sacco Di Roma"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SIAE

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ALlama

ALlama

October 16, 2014
edited over 6 years ago

Here we have an LP with 2 distinct flavors. The Ferrara tracks are delightfully evil-sounding orchestral moves, the type that you only find in experimental Italian library music. The music is dynamic, strange, foreboding, eerie, even horrific at times, but never uninteresting. Lovely stuff. Sounds like music that would be used only in the strangest Italian B-movie.

The Gervasio tracks are a bit more soothing and peaceful, with some really beautiful, melancholic themes that have just a hint of other-worldliness. Still, the tracks at times have a quick moment of slight uneasiness. Really haunting and fantastic stuff.

Highly recommended if you like strange Italian library music. ;)