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17-Apr-2006 - Digitmovies starts to explore musically the Giallo Territory of the Maestro of Italian Film Music, Ennio Morricone. Again thanks to the C.A.M. archives, they release the first volume of their brand new series dedicated to Mr. Morricone’s scores for Italian Giallo movies. Of Senza Sapere Niente Di Lei – directed in 1969 by Luigi Comencini and starring Philip Leroy and Paola Pitagora – only two tracks were previously issued on compilation albums. The music contained here is ALL that was recorded during the 1970 sessions. For this CD, all the material survived on the original recording sessions stereo tapes was used.

Digitmovies releases for the first time the complete score composed by Stelvio Cipriani for the movie Un’Ombra Nell’Ombra. The movie, based on the novel of the same title by Pier Carpi, was directed by the writer himself in 1977, but was screened in the italian cinemas only in 1979, after quite a few production troubles. The movie is technically well done, from photography and direction to the winning score by Stelvio Cipriani, whose stereo master tapes have been kept until today in the C.A.M. music archives giving the opportunity to realize this compact disc.

And Digitmovies continues the exploration in the wide Italian Western territory with Dio Perdona… Io No!, directed in 1967 by Giuseppe Colizzi and introducing the dynamite duo Terence Hill and Bud Spencer in their first starring role. This first CD release contains the complete score in full stereo composed by Carlo Rustichelli and conducted by Bruno Nicolai, featuring The A.Carapellucci Choir. The score is largely symphonic and based on the powerful “Dies irae” first introduced in the opening titles.
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