Music Composed by Ennio Morricone
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In 1975, the German director Peter Fleischmann directed “The smagliatura” also known as “La faille”. With a star cast, led by Michel Piccoli, Ugo Tognazzi and Mario Adorf, and music composed by Ennio Morricone.
Ennio Morricone writes a varied score, which moves between dramatic music and melodies and textures more features and suggestive of the Italian composer. He uses percussion and metals to provide a sense of military bearing, but also uses a certain Greek traditional sound in some tracks. Between these two extremes the Roman com- poser provides a central theme extraordinary melodic. It has notes of jazz and light music, which joins the contribution of the magnificent voice of Edda Dell’Orso, mas- terfully handled by Morricone. The use of piano like a percussive instrument, or how he uses wind instruments define other moments of the score.
Meticulous and precise work of Ennio Morricone.
The Original Album
01. L’errore (3:49)
02. Falsa Amicizia (2:41)
03. Informazioni radiotelevisive (3:33)
04. Ristorante (2:14)
05. Tete e antenne, tetti e gonne (5:10)
06. Turismo e paura (1:38)
07. Falsa Amicizia (2:56)
08. Paura (3:59)
09. Turismo e paura (1:42)
10. Falsa Amicizia (1:47)
11. Ambigua e Pericolosa (3:52)
12. Informazioni Radiotelevisive (3:17)
13. L’errore (1:12)
14. Falsa Amizicia (3:06)