“Nell’Anno del Signore” is a 1969 film directed by Luigi Magni; set in Rome in 1825, it is based on a real event, the execution of two individuals belonging to the Carbonari revolutionary secret society; the main characters are interpreted by Nino Manfredi, Enrico Maria Salerno and Claudia Cardinale.
The drama and gloom atmosphere of the movie reflect in a soundtrack composed and arranged by Maestro Armando Trovajoli for an orchestra conducted by Gianfranco Plenizio; a few but essential notes outline the principal melodies of the main themes of the work, for a result that is still enticing today. In addition, we have the fundamental contribution of Alessandro Alessandroni’s Cantori Moderni and Edda Dell’Orso, together with the extraordinary participation of Fabrizio De André in the song “Nell’Anno del Signore (Suite)”, here released on vinyl for the first time.
This soundtrack special reissue, with audio remastered by Claudio Fuiano, is accompanied by a completely renewed graphic design compared to the original 1969 version, and also contains a special A4-sized 12-page booklet with a reproduction of the manuscript of the original score of “Tema di Giuditta”.
Black vinyl edition / Gatefold cover / 12-page booklet / Bonus track “Nell’Anno del Signore (Suite)”.
1.Nell’Anno del Signore 4:23
2.Castel S. Angelo 3:26
4.Angelo e Giuditta 1:51
5.I Carbonari 0:55
7.Sotto la Ghigliottina 1:52
8.Ouverture Nell’Anno del Signore 1:51
1.Tema di Giuditta 2:10
2.La Processione dei Condannati 2:05
3.Dichiarazione d’Amore 1:42
5.Sapessi Quanto Amore 3:07
6.Coro della Morte 0:54
7.Piazza del Popolo 2:31
8.Nell’Anno del Signore (Suite) 7:11 (Bonus track)