Maria Portugal (Uk) - 1976 - O.S.T. (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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After releasing her acclaimed debut album "EROSAO" (Fun in the church 2021), Mariá Portugal launches the original soundtrack she composed for the Chilean movie "1976". Directed by Manuela Martelli, the movie premiered at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes in 2022 and has been collecting awards, among them Tokyo, BFI London, Athens and Jerusalem International Film Festival.Portugal combines analog synthesizers (especially ARP-2600 and Moogs) with brass and wind instruments to create a pungent score which evolves together with the character in the movie, in a process of continuous humanization in which artificial becomes human. The score have the participation of the Rotterdam-based French hornist Romain Bly (Bonsai Panda), the Brazilians Maria Beraldo and Joana Queiroz (Quartabê) on clarinets and bass clarinets, and the German tubist Carl Ludwig Hübsch. The improvisations by both Beraldo on clarinets and Hübsch on Tuba have a very special importance within the written score.