Rota Fellini Film Suites And Themes by Silva Screen

Rota Fellini Film Suites And Themes by Silva Screen
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Rota Fellini Film Suites And Themes by Silva Screen

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FACT: Director/Composer relationships have created the very best of cinematic music, and this collection is 70 minutes of incontrovertible proof. Federico Fellini's finest movies stand magnificently on their own in terms of visuals. But without the musical soul Rota pinpointed, their direct-to-the-heart communication would have been far less effective. The fascination of a young boy (the director's youth from the mind's eye) in "Amarcord" would have been far less charming without the carnivalesque tone of the score. It's an easily targeted example of something that stays true to their careers and the album. Rota was clearly Bandmaster to Fellini's Ringmaster within one of the most fascinating motion picture "Big Tops" that ever travelled the globe. At almost every step you can expect to feel the tug of a wry grin at the jauntiness of Rota's music. Brief non-Circus infused interludes include: the sombre derivation of the Agnus Dei in "Fellini Satyricon", the appropriately entitled "Orchestra Rehearsal", and the trumpet solo opening "La Strada" which always sounds like it's about to break into the motif he's become most notoriously associated with--The Godfather. This is gloriously life-affirming stuff--hence the title! --Paul Tonks