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Italian Composers for Movie Soundtracks

The “Cinema Orchestra” is a huge audiovisual journey through more than 60 years of great international Cinema, characterized by the soundtracks composed by the most important Italian composers. Nino Rota, Ennio Morricone, Nicola Piovani, Louis Bacalov are some of the artists who tied their compositions to significant filmmakers such as Francis Ford Coppola, Federico Fellini, Roberto Benigni and Sergio Leone among the others.
The everlasting vibes of The Godfather, Amarcord, Once Upon a Time in the West, Life is beautiful, The Postman live again on stage through the accurate musical performance acted by a twenty-piece orchestra and a six-piece band.
These music and pictures accompanied every one of us redefining the concept of beauty. They consecrated worldwide musicians, filmmakers and actors who left an indelible mark on the movie industry and on the last sixty years imagery.


Track list

The Godfather - Love theme, Amarcord, La dolce vita, La strada, 8½, Romeo and Juliet, Investigation of a citizen above suspicion, Mission - Gabriel’s oboe, Life is beautiful, The Sicilian clan, The ecstasy of gold, They call me Trinity, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, One night at dinner, Duck, you sucker!, A fistful of dollars, Deep red, L’armata Brancaleone, For a few dollars more, Once upon a time in the West, Once upon a time in America - Deborah’s theme, For a few dollars more - Carillon, Cinema Paradiso, The Postman