Ennio Morricone (Colv) (Cvnl) (Red) (Iex) (Rmst) - Allonsanfan [Indie Exclusive] O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] [Clear Vinyl] (Red) [Indie Exclusive] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Rabbia e tarantella
2. Ritorno a casa
3. Dirindindin
4. Frammenti di sonata
5. Allonsanfan (sul lago)
6. Tradimento
7. Allonsanfan (ballata)
8. Te Deum Laudamus
9. Rabbia e Tarantella (#2)
10. Allonsanfan (fantasmi)
11. Dirindindin (#2)
12. Frammenti di Sonata (#2)
13. Ritorno a Casa (#2)
14. Rabbia e Tarantella (#3)

More Info:

"Allonsanfàn" is a 1974 historical film written and directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani; set in 1816 in Italy during the Restoration period, it's cast features, among others, Marcello Mastroianni, Lea Massari, Laura Betti and Mimsy Farmer."Allonsanfàn" is the first collaboration between the two directors and Morricone, who would also compose the music for the film "Il prato" (The Meadow, 1979). The soundtrack starts with a main marching theme, "Rabbia e tarantella", introduced by the piano and reworked in a thrilling way by the full orchestra; Giuseppe Tornatore liked it so much that in 2009 he asked Morricone to write a similar musical theme for a sequence of the film "Baarìa". This motif is alternated with the bucolic passages for flute and orchestra of "Ritorno a casa", the festive "Dirindindin", the classical piece "Te Deum Laudamus" for orchestra and choir and "Frammenti di sonata" for solo violin and small ensemble.This score was only partially issued on vinyl in 1979, and subsequently only on CD; for the first time, then, it's here released on clear red vinyl in an extended version, including a 30x30cm insert. Liner notes and audio remastered by Claudio Fuiano.A Record Store Day 2024 exclusive!