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Armando Trovajoli (CD & Book)

CD (Item 468471) Amarkord (Italy), 2007 — Condition: New Copy
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A beautiful tribute to one of our favorite soundtrack composers ever – maestro Armando Trovajoli, one of the greatest talents of the Italian scene of the 60s and 70s! This beautiful package is as lovely as some of Trovajoli's best music for films – a full-color, hardcover book that's filled with classic movie posters, images from films, and writing on Armando's music in both Italian and English, plus listings of all his film soundtrack work in chronological order. Plus, the package comes with a bonus CD – featuring Trovajoli film music from soundtracks issued by CAM and GDM – a whopping 17 tracks in all, which makes for beautiful background music while reading the book!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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