Il Terrorista
Doxy Cinematic ‎– DOC142 Virgin Vinyl 140 gram

Doxy Cinematic 08/10/2018 Vinyl - 500 copies (0889397381424)
Movie Film release: 1963

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# Track   Duration
Lato A
1.Il Terrorista 12:06
2.Il Terrorista 21:04
3.Il Terrorista 31:16
4.Il Terrorista 42:28
5.Il Terrorista 51:04
6.Il Terrorista 61:37
7.Il Terrorista 71:29
8.Il Terrorista 81:05
9.Il Terrorista 95:04
10.Il Terrorista 101:06
11.Il Terrorista 111:37
12.Il Terrorista 121:12
13.Il Terrorista 131:15
14.Il Terrorista 144:47
# Track   Duration
Lato B
1.Il Terrorista 151:11
2.Il Terrorista 160:43
3.Il Terrorista 174:42
4.Il Terrorista 185:50
5.Il Terrorista 190:42
6.Il Terrorista 205:00
7.Fox Foxy1:37
8.Waltz For You2:20
9.Eco Di Un Tempo3:37
10.Fox Foxy (March)1:20
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Il Terrorista

Doxy Cinematic presents Piero Piccioni's complete soundtrack for the 1963 film Il Terrorista on vinyl for the first time.

Doxy Cinematic present Piero Piccioni's complete soundtrack for the 1963 film Il Terrorista on vinyl for the first time.

Directed in 1963 by Gianfranco De Bosio and starring Gian Maria Volontè, Anouk Aimée, Tino Carraro, Philippe Leroy, the great Piero Piccioni created 'easy listening' music such as foxtrots, band music, waltzes as opposed to serious music for large orchestras that dramatically describes all the historical and political aspect of the story.

Complete version for the first time on vinyl. Edition of 500.

Gian Piero Piccioni
Born in Torino, December 6, 1921, passed away in Roma July 23, 2004, the son of an eminent judge, soundtrack composer Piero Piccioni followed his father's footsteps and practised as a lawyer before abandoning the legal profession to pursue a career in music. A highly skilled pianist and organist, he played regularly for friends in the Italian film world and it was director Michelangelo Antonioni ('Blow Up'; 'Zabriskie Point') who first suggested he try to compose for the big screen.

He started to work under the pseudonym of Piero Morgan and specialised in a soft jazz style; especially for comedian/director Alberto Sordi. He also worked with Alberto Lattuada ('I Dolci Inganni', 1965), Vittorio De Sica ('After The Fox, 1966), Luchino Visconti ('The Stranger', 1967), Roberto Rossellini and many more including Francesco Rosi ('Salvatore Giuliano', 1961 'Le Mani Sulla Citta, 1963, 'Il Momento Della Verità', 1965 'Il Caso Mattei, 1972 and their final film 'Cronaca Di Una Morte Annunciata, 1986).

He died on July 23, 2004 in Rome at age of 82.


Other releases of Il terrorista (1963):

terrorista, Il (2009)

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