A later soundtrack from the great Armando Trova
joli – the Italian composer who first rocked our world with some wonderful scores in the 60s, and who's still pretty great on this one from the start of the 90s! The music is a bit more timeless than you'd guess from the date, and maybe darker than most of Trova
joli's earlier music too – with these moody string and woodwind passages that are really beautiful, and which have a subtle, but really captivating approach as things move on. Many of the notes resonate in space wonderfully – but with more fullness than some of the Italian scoring of the isolated generation of Morricone – as if Trova
joli has each element hanging on nicely, almost with a feel that's more French film than Italian. Titles include "Temporale", "Cattiva", "Emilia A Gustav", "Amore Nel Dolore", "Bisognosa Di Cure", "Ombre Nell'Animo", and "Corridoio Oscuro".
(Limited edition of 500!)