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A Time to Die

(Movie) Matt Cimber, 1982

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by Bob Hendrikx on 03/10/2019:

Notes on Soundtrack: A TIME TO DIE (1982)
Director: Matt Cimber (real name: Thomas Vitale Ottaviano) (1936-) link
First screened: 26 March 1982 link
Apparently the movie was already produced in 1979/80. (EMM 199) link / link

Composer: Robert Oliver Ragland (1931-2012) – Opening credits: jpg
Composer, Orchestrator, Conductor: Ennio Morricone – Opening credits: "Additional Music by Ennio Morricone" jpg
The 2008 CD says: "Music by Ennio Morricone. – Robert O. Ragland later provided some additional music for the film." (page 2 of inlay)

3:52 – 01 – A Time to Die – Play: mp3
2:19 – 02 – Recitation on an Ancient Harpsichord
0:57 – 03 – Tzigane Style
3:53 – 04 – Invasion
2:06 – 05 – The Girl from Munich – Play: mp3
1:54 – 06 – Sicilian Tension
5:35 – 07 – The Girl from Munich
3:08 – 08 – Tortures and Memories
3:28 – 09 – Seven Graves for Rogan
1:51 – 10 – The Third Day at Dusk
2:18 – 11 – Wedding Feast in the Fields (heard over the opening credits)
First released on LP:
A Time To Die – Cerberus CEM-S 0119 – USA – 1984 link
A-side label: "CEM-S 0119 – 1984" jpg
B-side label: jpg

The same 11 tracks released on CD:
A Time to Die – BSX Records BSXCD 8836 – USA – 2008 link
Front: jpg
Back: jpg
11 tracks – Total time: 31:21 – All tracks in stereo.

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Director Matt Cimber & Composer Ennio Morricone – See: link

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