La Ragazza di Bube

DigitSoundtracks 03/31/2017 CD (8032539494199)
Movie Film release: 1964

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# Track   Duration
The original album (stereo)
1.Bube (Titoli Di Testa)1:42
5.Bube, Addio!2:27
6....Un Rimpianto!1:42
7.Desiderio Spento2:27
8.Malinconia Lontana1:13
10.Viene La Sera1:24
11.Nebbia Sul Fiume1:06
14.Ricordo Tragico1:59
15.Mercato Paesano3:50
18.Citt Lontana2:37
# Track   Duration
The complete film score (mono)
1.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.1 Titoli Di Testa)1:42
2.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.2)4:00
3.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.3)0:58
4.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.4)12:06
5.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.5)2:43
6.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.6)2:02
7.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.7)1:23
8.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.8)5:50
9.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.9)1:59
10.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.10)3:40
11.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.11)2:24
12.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.12)0:50
13.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.13)0:50
14.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.14)1:28
15.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.15)0:47
16.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.16)1:27
17.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.17)4:18
18.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.18)1:31
19.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.19)1:55
20.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.20)1:41
21.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.21)2:29
22.La Ragazza Di Bube (Seq.22 Finale)1:13
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La Ragazza di Bube

Carlo Rustichelli (December 24, 1916, Carpi- November 13, 2004, Rome) is one of the most important figures in international film music. Author of hundreds of soundtracks for cinema and television, he composed music for famous films by Pietro Germi, creating one of the best artistic partnerships in the history of entertainment. His other notable partnerships include directors like Comencini, Pasolini, Risi and Monicelli (for Monicelli he wrote the scores for both the Brancaleone films, creating one of the most iconic and internationally recognized themes). C.A.M. originally released an album with eighteen tracks in mono for a total of 33:55 minutes (Cms. 30-087), and the same material was re-released in stereo sound in America by Capitol Records (ST 2316). In 1991 C.A.M. reissued this OST in stereo for the first time on CD (CAM CSE 083), to celebrate its Soundtracks Encyclopedia. Two tracks in mono were added at the end and are attributed to Valentino Bucchi, perhaps taken from his score which was not used in the final version of the film. This same material (the eighteen pieces by Rustichelli in stereo and the two tracks by Bucchi in mono) was re-released in the Japanese market in 2007 by King Records (KICP-3211). For contractual and editorial reasons, our CD does not contain the two tracks by Bucchi, but the complete score by Charles Rustichelli with a total time of 92:06 minutes. This edition contains: CD 1 (33:55 minutes) the album in stereo taken from a first generation master and CD 2 (58:11 minutes) the full score taken from the mono master tapes from the recording session. Maestro Rustichellis sound is recognizable from the first notes on one of the best OSTs by this composer, with a very moving trumpet introduction and a recurring use of jazz and blues which highlight the bitter experience of the protagonist. Love and grief alternate in a continuous balance of sound, making this an OST that is perfect on and off the screen. An hour and a half in the company of Charles Rustichelli listening to this double CD set is a fitting tribute to his fabulous work.

Other releases of La ragazza di Bube (1964):

Ragazza di Bube, La (2014)

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