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Don’t Look Now: Original Soundtrack
- Release Date 15 December 2017
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- Vinyl LP
- Silva Screen
Nicolas Roeg’s 1973 horror film Don’t Look Now still retains the power to shock 44 years after its release and over that time has established itself as a seminal work in that genre. Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland are a married couple mourning the death of their young daughter, clinging on to her memory through a meeting with a mysterious psychic in Venice.
Native Venetian composer Pino Donaggio was discovered by a producer on the film and his music appealed to director Roeg. It became his debut film score, launching a long career and a close working relationship with Brian De Palma. Many of the instruments in this recording were played by the composer himself. As well as writing soundtracks, Donaggio wrote Dusty Springfield’s chart-topping hit “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me” (originally a hit in Italian as “Io Che Non Vivo”) The cover was the winning design by artist Benio Urbanowicz in a competition organised by Creative Review and BFI Publishing for the 20th anniversary edition of the BFI Film Classics book on the film.
|1||I Colori Di Dicembre (Laura's Theme) performed by Iva Zanicchi|
|2||John's Theme (Children Play)|
|3||Christine Is Dead|
|4||Candles For Christine|
|5||John's Theme (Love Scene)|
|7||John's Theme (Laura Leaves Venice)|
|1||I Colori Di Dicembre (Laura's Theme)|
|2||Searching For Laura|
|3||I Colori Di Dicembre (Laura's Theme)|
|4||Searching For Laura|
|5||Through The Streets Of Venice|
|6||Laura Comes Back|
|8||John's Theme (Flashbacks)|
|9||I Colori Di Dicembre (Laura's Theme: The Last Farewell)|