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Musica da sera

(TV Show) Enzo Trapani, 1967

 

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Soundtrack
Originals PerformedReleased
1 3:40 Se non ci fosse una storia 1967
2 4:12 La nostra notte 1967
3 2:54 Pianoforte, clavicembalo e orchestra 1967
Revisions PerformedReleased
4 2:50 Se telefonando 1967
Credits
Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; Iva Zanicchi Vocals;
Except:
2: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger;
3: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; Muzio Clementi Composer;
4: Ennio Morricone Composer Arranger; Ghigo De Chiara Lyrics; Maurizio Costanzo Lyrics; Iva Zanicchi Vocals;
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Member Detailed Credits
‣22/05/2020 Bob Hendrikx Notes on TV Show: MUSICA DA SERA (1967) (Part 1)
MUSICA DA SERA [music for evening] – A series of 6 TV shows aired on RAI 2, from 26 February to 9 April 1967.

Author: Giorgio Calabrese (1929-)
Stage director: Enzo Trapani (1922-1989)
Lisa Gastoni and Mascia Cantoni each hosted three of the shows.
Every episode was dedicated to one of the famous composers of the time.
Musical Directors: Lelio Luttazzi, Gianni Ferrio, Ennio Morricone, Giampiero Boneschi, Marcello De Martino, Mario Migliardi
("RAI: Il Varietà dal 1954 al 2006", page 66) jpg

Ennio Morricone was musical director of the third show, broadcast on Sunday 12 March 1967, from 9:15 to 10:20 pm.
Host: Lisa Gastoni (1935-)
Choir: I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni (1925-2017)
Vocals: Iva Zanicchi (1940-)
Trumpet: Nunzio Rotondo (1924-2009)
(Radiocorriere 1967, #9, page 43 and 1967 / #11, page 56) jpg / jpg


‣22/05/2020 Bob Hendrikx Notes on TV Show: MUSICA DA SERA (1967) (Part 2)
Some of the pieces Morricone composed or rearranged specifically for his 'Musica da Sera' episode:

Three songs performed by special guest artist Iva Zanicchi:
"Se telefonando" (2:48) – A different arrangement from the Mina version. Mina, who had a major hit in 1966 with this Morricone-composed song, was special guest in the preceding 'Musica da sera' episode.
"Non pensare a me" (2:50) – A few weeks earlier, Zanicchi had won the Sanremo festival with the Augusto Martelli version of the song. The 'Musica da sera' rendition was arranged and conducted by Morricone.
"Se non ci fosse un'amore nel mondo" (3:37) – A new Morricone composition. – Play: mp3
Morricone would use the same melody in the following year for the (unreleased) score from ROMA COME CHICAGO.
About the soundtrack: link

"Amorevole" (5:39) played on trumpet by Nunzio Rotondo, with an arrangement different from the one released on the 'Musica sul velluto' LP (1964).

Morricone's "Piccolo concerto" (two releases in 1961) is given a totally different treatment here (2:50).

"La nostra notte" (4:11) – A new Morricone piece (music and lyrics), performed by the six female members of 'I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni', "one after the other and also all together". Successively we hear the voices of Giulia De Mutiis, Gianna Spagnulo, Adele Fiorucci, Edda Dell'Orso, Vittoria Cesareo and Fiorella Granaldi. – Play: mp3 (1:33 to 5:44)

The music presented in the 'Musica da Sera' show has yet to be released.
All the pieces were prerecorded, so the tapes should still be available from the RAI archives.
(MSV #94, March 2002, pages 9-13 and 38,39 / Maestro #17, pages 62-65)

Incomplete list of TV shows aired on RAI television, in which Ennio Morricone was involved – See: link


Member Comments
‣08/02/2009 Patrick B Re: Notes on MUSICA DA SERA
There was other pieces performed for this TV show, for the first time and unreleased so far :
- An excerpt from "Un uomo cos'è" : 0'53
- "Se telefonando" sung by Iva Zanicchi : 2'48
- "Amorevole" second version, arrangement for orchestra and trumpet (played by Nunzio Rotundo) : 5'39
- "Piccolo concerto" second version : 2'50
Furthermore, "Pianoforte, clavicembalo e orchestra" is an arrangement from the first sonata by Muzio Clementi.
(MSV 108 pp 48-49)


‣19/03/2013 ut-re-mi Complete RAI Archives content
From: www.teche.rai.it/storia/varieta/varieta07.html
Musica da sera 1967
Autori [Authors]: Giorgio Calabrese
Direzione Musicale [Musical Directors]:
Lelio Luttazzi,
Gianni Ferrio,
Ennio Morricone,
Giampiero Boneschi,
Marcello De Martino,
Mario Migliardi
Regia [Director]: Enzo Trapani
Conduzione [Announcers]: Lisa Gastoni, Mascia Cantoni
Puntate [Episodes]: 6
Rete [TV network]: Secondo
Data trasmissione [Date of transmission]: 26/02/1967 - 09/04/1967
Special guest with the Maestro Gianni Ferrio: Mina Mazzini singing "Improvvisamente"
Video on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KUC1fEN6xM

Related Member Comments
about Se telefonando (2) (Track) :
‣19/09/2016 richard Se telefonando by Iva zanicchi
about La nostra notte (Track) :
‣13/02/2019 ut-re-mi Lyrics
about Se non ci fosse una storia (Track) :
‣28/11/2019 ut-re-mi Lyrics
about La nostra notte (Track) :
‣28/03/2020 richard La nostra notte.

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