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Tea With Mussolini (1999 Film) Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Goodbye To Elsa
  2. Ladies
  3. Orphanage
  4. Stepmother
  5. Small Carriage
  6. Going To School
  7. The Black Shirts In Office
  8. Tea Trolley
  9. Goodbye Luca
  10. Declaratoin Of War
  11. Luca Returns Home
  12. The Dog Appears
  13. Luca Grows
  14. Jewess
  15. Luca Riding A Bicycle
  16. The Scorpioni
  17. Card Game
  18. No John
  19. No Tea
  20. Autobus
  21. Ordinance
  22. Who Paid?
  23. Goodbye To Elsa


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 17, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: August 17, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Drg
  • Run Time: 117 minutes
  • ASIN: B00000JS1I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #273,610 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Eugene F. Rogers Jr. on July 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
The Italian crooner music NOT contained on the CD is available on the CD Alberto Rabaagliati in the series Le grandi voci della canzone italiana. One of the prominent crooner songs in the movie seems to be his recording of Mattinata Fiorentina.
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Format: Audio CD
I loved this film, and all through it I kept telling myself I was going to find its soundtrack as soon as possible so I could hear all its great period songs again. Unfortunately, the CD's description on this site didn't include a list of its song titles -- and I was quite dismayed to discover when I finally received the CD that it contained only the background orchestral scoring and not the '30s/'40s Italian crooner ballads that so captivated me in the film. The music on this CD is pretty and appropriately lush and evocative, but it is as forgettable as it was when it made no impression on me in the theater.
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When I saw the movie, I kept thinking... "I NEED to get this soundtrack!"... this was because of the emotional scene where Elsa is pushed away from the dock, never to be seen again. The surge here is absoultely amazing! I showed it to a friend, and she cried while wiping the floor with a mop!!! She said "It just touched me..."... the entire soundtrack, while centered around 1 or 2 main themes, is so smooth and beautiful that it doesn't matter! Best tracks are the opening and ending... also "No Tea". Thrilling, rolling score!
PS. Does NOT include the little tune performed by Cher, OR any of the 30's/40's crooners....
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A little seen gem of 1999 that is easily one of the best films i saw last year. Alessio Vlad and Stefano Arnaldi easily rise up to the challange of scoring a movie like this without making it sound like every other score like this. Although it never rises above a few surges it is very well done none the less. The rest is played in quite underscore which makes for a peaceful listening experience. What i am glad about is that the producers didn't include Cher's little sinpet for any commercial value. But what i am dissapointed is that they didn't include the italian ballads that really captured the spirit in the film. Great soundtrack. My favorite tracks are Goodbye ladies & Goodbye Elsa
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By A Customer on June 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The movie score is every cent worth as the movie itself. It is so not the usual stuff you get from an ordinary film. this score is brilliant and tender, will relax you completely and make you drown in your own deep thoughts of beauty and greatness. The movie has many good things, the score is one of those without which the movie wouldn't just be the same.
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