Music Composed by Ennio Morricone


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IL SEGRETO DEL SAHARA aka Secret of the Sahara (1987) Secret of the Sahara is a TV Mini-Series in seven parts, directed by Alberto Negrin and starring Ben Kingsley, Michael York, Andie Mac Dowell, David Soul and others. The film tells the story of an archaeologist who finds an old parchment leading to a treasure in the Saharan desert. A film with mystery and adventure. Alberto Negrin directed many TV series and many of them have music by Ennio Morricone and many of these soundtracks were released but titles like: Ics (2003); Mi Ricordo Anna Frank (2009); Paolo Borsellino - i 57 Giorni (2012) and L'Isola (2012). The music for Secret of the Sahara is a grand scale quality score, for large orchestra and choir and rich in beautiful melodies. Sometimes subdued, sometimes overwhelming. Morricone used also ethnic instruments, as used in the desert, to come as close as possible to the Sahara “sound”. Two tracks on the CD, The Mountain and The Golden Door, were conducted by Franco Ferrara. Morricone wrote these tracks for the John Huston film The Bible in 1964 and he reused these same tracks to ultimately bring them to the screen. Enjoy the score. It is a masterpiece. Sijbold Tonkens
01. Secret of the Sahara 4:30
02. Red ghosts 4:31
03. Sholomon 3:26
04. The mountain 10:16
05. Kerim 2:58
06. The hawk 3:08
07. The golden door 2:09
08. The myth and the adventure 4:32
09. Anthea and the desert 3:29
10. Farewell orso 1:56
11. Death of Tamameth 1:43
12. Secret of the Sahara 2:00
13. First dedication 3:53
14. Second dedication 3:30
15. Miriam and Philip 2:28
16. Saharan dream 3:10
17. Dance of the snakes 3:44
18. Dance of the chess game 2:33
19. Meeting orso 1:48
20. Tale from Poland 2:48
21. Tuareg 3:37
22. Secret of the Sahara* 4:28
*voice of Edda Dell'Orso