Author Topic: "DESTRUCTION OF ITALIAN FILM MUSIC" - John Bender  (Read 2958 times)

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Offline djvaso

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« on: November 09, 2010, 09:41:37 am »
I found this shocking post at AVManiacs forum:

"There have come disturbing reports from professionals within the relatively small world of soundtrack CD production of the destruction of master tape recordings of Italian film scores from the Silver Age (1960 -1980). This destruction of irreplaceable recordings is (supposedly) occurring at the facilities of RCA Italiana located in Rome. If these reports are true (and firm confirmation has yet to be obtained) the actions are, in a strictly cultural sense, criminal. All such master tape materials are invaluable and representative of the marvelous cinematic cultural heritage of Italy. Italy has been blessed with a great number of the world's finest composers of music for cinema, not just Ennio Morricone but dozens, maybe hundreds, of other talented artists have produced glorious music for literally thousands of movies over the past several decades. The destruction of these artifacts is truly a crime enacted against all future generations who are, in effect, being robbed of their chance to assimilate and appreciate a glorious chapter in the history of Western culture. We all must do everything in our power to A) confirm these reports, and B) put a stop to the destruction. Please use the internet to help in any way you may believe to be of potential value. - John Bender, moderator of The European Film Score Society (Pittsburgh USA - 11/08/12)"


Offline Daniele De Gemini

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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2010, 10:42:18 am »
Be sure, the source of this information is fake.

Daniele De Gemini
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