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Notte di pace (II variazione)

(Track) 2:25 Ennio Morricone, 1968

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Studio from Mangiala (1968) ,  released on Eat it - Macchie solari (1992) (and 5 more)
Composer:Ennio Morricone
Arranger:Ennio Morricone
Conductor:Bruno Nicolai
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Other Performances
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Same Theme
Studio Eat it (1) (1968)
Studio Eat it (2) (1968)
Studio Eat it (3) (1968)
Studio I variazione: Mangiami (1) (1968)
Studio I variazione: Mangiami (2) (1968)
Studio I variazione: Mangiami (3) (1968)
Studio Notte di pace (1968)
Studio VI variazione: Pianofortecciami (1) (1968)
Studio VI variazione: Pianofortecciami (2) (1968)
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about Mangiala (Soundtrack) :
‣24/09/2020 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Soundtrack: EAT IT (1968) (Part 1)
‣24/09/2020 Bob Hendrikx Notes on Soundtrack: EAT IT (1968) (Part 2)
Member Comments
‣05/04/2008 eda-88 This nice theme on PIANO
Nice theme, very well!
And i thought this theme was reused in another's albums...but don't remebering what album...
Here's note for PIANO of this theme, Get it .

‣14/06/2013 ut-re-mi Sources of notation in music: how and why?
Thanks Eda! This is an interesting challenge, and should be refered to a general study on Morricone's way of writing music.
Considering the track 13 "Eat it" http://www.chimai.com/index.cfm?module=MUS&mode=DET&id=894
(this is simpler than "Notte di pace" for the minor number of instruments used), in my mind I can recall three different "sources of notation"; here they follow:
00:05-00:09 is similar to the common doorbell sound repeated in "Al cuore si comanda" (2003)
00:29-00:34 is the main theme in "Escalation" (1968), but partially different
00:47-01:03 (and so on) is taken essentially from the music notation of "Frère Jacques" (see:
http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fra_Martino, where is also noted that Gustav Mahler did so!).
This is a usual matter to deal with in music: can I use someone other's notation? And how?
But I might be wrong, cause this "research on notation" is not my job and I'm not a musician!
And however, of course: WHAT a notation by the Maestro...

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