Nexo Digital Soundtracks
Il mondo Nexo Digital si arricchisce di un nuovo e suggestivo contenuto.
Dall’inizio del 2019 finalmente saranno disponibili, in formato digitale e in alcuni casi anche fisico, le migliori colonne sonore originali dei nostri film. Le prime uscite, pubblicate tra gennaio e febbraio 2019, riguardano le colonne sonore di tre straordinari film d’arte come “Waterlilies of Monet”, “Hitler versus Picasso and the others” e “Van Gogh – between wheat and sky”, unite tra loro dalla firma di un compositore unico per sensibilità e eclettismo, Remo Anzovino. Inoltre è prevista per il 22 marzo la pubblicazione di una nuova colonna sonora, “Gauguin in Tahiti – Paradise lost”, ancora ad opera di Remo Anzovino. Ma questi sono solamente i primi titoli di una collezione che si andrà facendo mese dopo mese e anno dopo anno sempre più bella e completa, e che vi permetterà di rivivere tutte le emozioni provate in sala e a provarne di nuove.
The composer Remo Anzovino was born in 1976 and he has Neapolitan origins; he is currently considered one of the most influential composers and pianists in the Italian music scene. His style is the result of a long experience composing for the theatre, advertising (for brands such as Alitalia, Bulgari and New Holland) and for the cinema. Among the many music titles of the silent pictures he played with orchestra and piano solo, there are a lot of masterpieces movies such as “Metropolis” (Fritz Lang, 1927), “Nanook of the North: A Story of Life and Love in the Actual Arctic” (R.J. Flaherty, 1922), “Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari” (R. Wiene, 1920), “Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens” (F.W. Murnau, 1922), “The Cameraman” (B. Keaton, 1928), “Tagebuch einer Verlorenen” (G.W. Pabst, 1929).
His music is always inspired by film and visual media, whether that is celebrating Pasolini, writing a complete soundtrack for “Fight For Freedom”, a recent film about Muhammad Ali, or “To duration – A tribute to Peter Handke” in 2017; and more creating the original soundtracks for “Hitler versus Picasso and The Others: The Nazi Obsession for Art and Van Gogh, of wheat fields and clouded skies”, two art movies released in April and May 2018 in over than 50 countries. In the latest soundtrack composed for “The Water Lilies by Monet, The Magic of Water and Light” the score mixes electronic and symphonic elements, making the female voice a metaphor for water lilies. At the beginning of 2019 Sony Masterworks published worldwide the three related albums from the movies soundtracks composed for great art at cinema.
Besides to the soundtracks, he released 1 live album and 5 studio albums: the latest is “Nocturne” (Sony Music) and it has been recorded between Tokyo (JVC Victor Studio), London (Abbey Road), Paris (Les Studios Saint Germain) and New York (Brooklyn Recording) and it is modern and incisive. The “Nocturne” recordings were attended by the London Session Orchestra, the Chinese violin Masatsugu Shinozaki, the first violinist of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Armenian Vardan Grygorian, considered among the best world performers of duduk and the French Nadia Ratsimandresy, one of the most virtuous performers to the world of ondes martenot and Gianfranco Grisi, inventor of his crystallonium and unsurpassable in the art of playing glass.“In my opinion, writing a soundtrack is always a journey. And if the images and the story have the ability and the power to make me excited, it’s almost always a journey inside myself.” – (Remo Anzovino)
Composer, music producer, writer of film soundtracks, TV dramas, songs, TV theme music, ads and commercials, Marchitelli’s experience ranges from auteur cinema to cult comedy programmes such as “Avanzi”, “Tunnel”, “the Pippo Kennedy Show” and “L’ottavo nano”. From 2001 to 2006 he was music director of the Ambra Jovinelli Theatre in Rome. For the cinema he has composed soundtracks for films by Carlo Verdone (“Sono pazzo di Iris Blond”, “Ma che colpa abbiamo noi”, “Benedetta follia”), Giuseppe Piccioni (“Il grande Blek”), Francesco Bruni (“Noi 4”), Maurizio Sciarra (“Alla rivoluzione sulla due cavalli”), Renato De Maria, Cinzia Th Torrini and Riccardo Milani (“Piano, solo”). During his career he has received 12 nominations (David di Donatello, Nastro d’Argento, Golden Globe) and won 2 awards. He composed the music for Paolo Sorrentino’s 2014 Oscar winning best foreign film “La grande bellezza” and for his next film, “Loro”. Again for Paolo Sorrentino he also composed the original soundtrack for the television series “The Young Pope” and for its sequel, “The New Pope”.