Mio caro assassino

CDDM141

EAN13: 8032628991417

Release date: 29 September 2009

Ennio Morricone

Digitmovies proudly presents the ninth volume dedicated to the scores by Ennio Morricone for the Giallo genre with this release of the complete full stereo soundtrack for the Giallo/Noir movie "Mio caro assassino" (aka "My dear killer" - "Sumario Sangriento de la pequeña Stefania") directed in 1972 by Tonino Valerii and starring George Hilton, Salvo Randone,William Berger,Dante Maggio, Marilù Tolo,Patty Shepard,Helga Linè, Lara Wendel. Police commissioner Luca Peretti (Hilton) is investigating about a series of murders which at first seem to have no connection with each other, but which after his meticulous investigations are finally linked by a logical explanation. Behind all this there is the kidnapping and the subsequent killing of a little girl. Peretti discovers motive and killer thanks to the traces (an innocent childish drawing) which had indeed been left by the little victim on the crime scene. This CD is possible thanks to the stereo master tapes of the original recording sessions preserved in very good condition in the C.A.M. archives which gave us the chance to realize a complete CD containing every single note recorded for the movie. Six tracks of this OST had already appeared on an American vinyl album (Cerberus CEM- S 0116) coupled with selections from the OST of "La tarantola dal ventre nero" and were reissued on a CD of C.A.M 's soundtrack encyclopedia series (CAM CSE 058), but with the added track "Momento sentimentale" which is not included here on our CD, because this track does not belong to the movie. Besides the already known six tracks, our new CD contains eleven tracks which appear on record for the very first time so that we get a total disc running time of 40:29 in full stereo. Ennio Morricone has written a recurrent main theme, a kind of sweet lullaby with the voice of Edda Dell'Orso who plays with a child timbre accompanied by dissonant strings, celesta, harp and electronic effects (Tr.1,Tr.4, Tr.10,Tr.13,Tr.16,Tr.17). The murders are backed by dramatic, mysterious and gloomy music in an experimental context in Tr.2,Tr.3,Tr.8,Tr.9,Tr.12,Tr.14 and with rhythmical, semi- Pop development in Tr.5 , Tr.7 and Tr.15. Even if death is the protagonist of the plot, there is also some small space for the love of the male protagonist for his girlfriend for which Morricone has written a delicate and almost magical love theme (similar to the main theme of "Senza sapere niente di lei") in Tr.6 and Tr.11.

Mio caro assassino

1. MIO CARO ASSASSINO 2:14
2. IL BUIO TANTA PAURA 1:46
3. IL BUIO TANTA PAURA (versione 2) 1:48
4. MIO CARO ASSASSINO (versione 2) 1:41
5. NON PUO' ESSERE VERO 1:48
6. SOGNO INTERROTTO 2.41
7. NON PUO' ESSERE VERO (versione 2) 1:35
8. IL BUIO TANTA PAURA (versione 3) 2:35
9. NON PUO' ESSERE VERO (versione 3) 4:15
10. MIO CARO ASSASSINO (versione 3) 2:26
11. SOGNO INTERROTTO (versione 2) 1:35
12. IL BUIO TANTA PAURA (versione 4) 3:03
13. MIO CARO ASSASSINO (versione 4) 2:26
14. IL BUIO TANTA PAURA (versione 5) 2:05
15. NELLA SPIRALE SENZA FINE 1:34
16. VOCE AFFOGATA 4:26
17. MIO CARO ASSASSINO (versione 5) 1:37

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