The Modern Singers - I Cantori Moderni Di Alessandroni

The Modern Singers
Though Ennio Morricone revolutionised the art of movie soundtracks during the golden age of Italian cinema, for most people his trademark sound is the combination of haunting whistling, wordless choirs and plangent, Duane Eddy-style guitar that formed part of the aural landscape of Sergio Leone¹s so-called spaghetti westerns. And it is impossible to imagine these works existing in all their atmospheric, multi-textured splendour without the extraordinary talents of Alessandro Alessandroni and his remarkable choir I Cantori Moderni. During the sixties, Cantori established a reputation for almost infinite versatility, regardless of the demands made by some of Italy's most prestigious film composers and this set showcases their fantastic ability
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Ennio Morricone; Recitazione Corale from L'Alibi / Ennio Morricone :Fruscio di Foglie Verdi from Theorem / Ennio Morricone L'Ultima Corrida from Theorem / Armando Trovajoli: Quant¹e¹ Bella Giovinezza From L¹Arcidiavolo / Armando Trovajoli L¹Arcidiavolo (Titoli) From L¹Arcidiavolo / Ennio Morricone: Abolicao from Queimada / Ennio Morricone: Scusi Facciamo L'Amore? (Between the Sheets) from Scusi Facciamo L'Amore? / Anton Garcia Abril And Marcello Giombini: 4-3-2-1 Morte (sequence 8) from 4-3-2-1 Morte / Ennio Morricone: Alla Luce del Giorno from Metti Una Sera a Cena / Ennio Morricone: Doricamente from Le Foto Proibite di Una Signora Per Bene / Luis Bacalov: A Qualsiasi Prezzo (Main Titles) from A Qualsiasi Prezzo / Bruno Nicolai :Agente Speciale LK Operazione re Mida (Carnival Party) from Agente Speciale LK Operazione re Mida / Marcello Giombini E Tornato Sabata (Hai Chiusu Un'Altra Volta) (Sequence 1) from E Tornato Sabata / Ennio Morricone: Marda Degli Acattoni (version 2) from Giu La Testa (Duck, You Sucker!) / Ennio Morricone: Mucchio Selvaggio from Il Mio Nome e Nessuno / Bruno Nicolai Indio Black (single side A) from Indio Black / Piero Piccioni: Mr Dante Fontana from Fumo di Londra / Armando Trovajoli: Quand¹ero un Bebe¹ From Don Giovanni in Sicilia / Armando Trovajoli: I Love You From Don Giovanni in Sicilia / Piero Umiliani :L¹Arcangelo (Main theme-Claudio¹s Edit) From L¹Arcangelo / Piero Umiliani: Bob & Hellen from La Morte Bussa due Volte / Piero Umiliani Cinque Bambole Rosa (Organo & Ritmi) from 5 Bambole Per La Luna D'Agosto / Ennio Morricone: Anghingo (Versione Con Coro) from Anche Se Volessi Lovorare Che Faccio? / Ennio Morricone: Pazzia In Cielo from Maddalena / Ennio Morricone : Belinda May from L'Alibi / Luis Bacalov: Lo Scatenato (slow shake 2) From Lo Scatenato / Armando Trovajoli: The Getaway From Sette Volte Sette
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Edda Dell'Orso is the sound of Italian cinema. Her astonishing voice recognisable to anyone who has experienced the landmark spaghetti western films made by Sergio Leone; films that were in the mid sixties scored by a young whippersnapper called Ennio Morricone. The recent revival of interest in mid-century post-modern art and the restoration of so many wonderful Morriconne scores has led many to discover Edda Dell'Orso. Her work is the epitome of intelligence and sophistication. It is utopian in its scope and its potential is vast.
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