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22-Jun-2008 - Digitmovies has released the complete score by Carlo Rustichelli from the 1964 cult movie I Lunghi Capelli Della Morte (aka” La sorcière sanglante”,“The Long Hair of Death”). The movie is placed in a 15th-century feudal village, where a woman is accused of witchcraft and put to death. Her beautiful older daughter knows the real reason of the execution, as a result of the lies of the lord who had sexual desire for her mother. This gloomy atmosphere is well given by the orchestral music of Carlo Rustichelli, whose mono master tapes – well kept for more than four decades in the Historic Archives of C.A.M. The second release by Digitmovies is the complete score for Vivo Per La Tua Morte (aka “A long ride from hell”). The music score is written by the noted Carlo Savina, one of the most famous orchestra conductors for the cinema and also author of many soundtracks for cinema and TV. Vivo Per La Tua Morte is issued for the first absolute time in complete form derived from the mono master tapes kept in the RCA vaults. Due the short length of this CD, Digitmovies has added as supplementary material the complete score by Carlo Savina from the italian-spanish co-production Il Misterioso Signor Van Eyck (aka “El misterioso señor Van Eyck”). The exotic location is exalted by the music themes by Carlo Savina, whose score is based on a recurrent, epic and adventurous main theme for organ and orchestra that recalls a little of the western atmosphere.
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