Monday, October 30, 2006

Music from the Vaults

Here's one that should please all you library music junkies out there. Though not as well-known as the legendary British lines like KPM, Italy kept many of its composers busy churning out lots of all-purpose compositions ranging from the lyrical to the downright creepy. Here's a fun demo set dating from the early '70s by Carlo Savina, a versatile composer best known in cult circles for his work on Lisa and the Devil and Terror in the Crypt. Watch for more Italian library titles this week!

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5 Comments:

Blogger Ben said...

Did they ever release a soundtrack for LISA AND THE DEVIL anywhere?

3:39 PM  
Blogger 7 Black Notes said...

Not really, just the main titles; it first appeared on a library album called Summer Dreams (being posted soon) and later as a bonus track on Digitmovies' I Vampiri CD.

5:14 PM  
Blogger Chief Martin Brody said...

Hi, many thanks for all yours great share on your blog ! (one of the best and complete i have see...)

so many excellent and rare recordings !
like The 4th Man by Loek Dikker, i have search for this many times... until now ! :)

i just have started a film scores blog too, it's all new with only one title for now... but a lot of promos and bootlegs coming soon !
(for now only Masters of Horror score selection from the tv series)

i hope to see you soon on my blog :)

best regards, CheefBrody

my blog: http://cheefbrody.blogspot.com

11:14 PM  
Anonymous dom said...

when using the opera browser, the words in italics (i vampiri,etc) appear as "/*" (forward slash asterisk), not sure why this is, just wanted to point it out in case you did not know.

2:01 PM  
Blogger ScoreBaby said...

Cool post. thanks.

6:41 PM  

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