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Il Plenilunio delle Vergini(Full Moon of the Virgins / The Devil's Wedding Night)

Il Plenilunio delle Vergini Soundtrack  (Vasili Kojucharov) - CD cover
Composer: Vasili Kojucharov
Release date: 10/03/2013 (Film release: 1973)
Label: Beat Records
Type: Movie
Format: CD
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Review of John Mansell, submitted at , score: 8/10
Highly influenced by the Hammer gothic horrors and subsequent productions from Amicus and the like IL PLENILUNIO DELLA VERGINI (THE DEVILS WEDDING NIGHT or FULL MOON OF THE VIRGINS) is a horror fest laced with nudity and lots of blood letting. The musical score is the work of Vasco Vassil Kojucharov who was particularly busy in Italy during the 1970,s. The composer turned his talents to writing scores for westerns, spy thrillers and also horror flicks as in this case, he at times worked with Nino Rota and as well as film music was engaged in the composition of music for the concert hall which was labelled as being Avante Garde. The soundtrack is a rather odd affair as it is a fusion of styles and sounds that encompass pop orientated pieces that are infectious and upbeat to sombre and chilling sounding compositions which include inventive and original orchestrations which incorporate choir, solo female voice and electronic support. Released by the ever industrious BEAT records it is I would say an oddity but although obscure is still an interesting work.

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A rare gem, finally discovered in the great ocean of unreleased Italian scores, ''Il plenilunio delle vergini'' (1973, aka ''Full Moon of the Virgins'' and ''The Devil's Wedding Night'') was composed by the late Bulgarian Vasco Vassil Kojucharov, Roman-adopted and imported by Cinecittŗ into the Italian music biz in order to express his personal talent in the field of soundtrack composing.

''Il plenilunio delle vergini'' is in the Italian Gothic genre and features vampires, sacrifices of cute, young virgins, the wonderful Rosalba Neri in the cast and many beautiful cues by the Maestro that will accompany you in restless anxiety for many hours. With great class and that personal touch that you've come to expect from Beat Recordsólong-time fans of this composerówe hope you will enjoy it.
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