The soundtracks excite and are able to emotionally tell the inexpressible. Tuesday, August 3 (9pm hours) in Faenza in Piazza della Molinella Film Music brings some of the most beautiful that have ever been written. To deliver them intact in their charm will be the task of young but fierce interpreters of La Toscanini Next, training specialized in this repertoire led by Roger Catino, experienced musician, versatile and passionate, who will accompany the voice of the student Kenzia Pentil.

In the darkness of the cinema, the suggestion of the image finds in the word, but also in the sound, essential instruments of amplification. Conversely, the performance in the concert hall of film music, triggers in the listeners clouds of memories, myriads of images and colors that are not only those of the corresponding films but many others.

To open the evening the arrangements of three films from the timeless soundtracks as James Bond, The Mask of Zorro and Pirates of the Caribbean. The program also includes a selection of songs born outside the cinema, but remained forever in the history of cinema for their screen success as Think by Aretha Franklin in The Blues Brothers and I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton in The Bodyguard. The War Film selection is dedicated to the films that brought conflict and confrontation to the screen, with which the orchestra proposes some iconic pieces such as Cavatina by Stanley Myers from The Hunter, You Never Can Tell from the unforgettable Pulp Fiction dance and Wagner’s monumental Ride of the Valkyries by Apocalypse Now.

The journey continues with a tribute to Maestro Ennio Morricone and his extraordinary contribution to Western cinema with Per un pugno di dollari and Il buono, il brutto e il cattivo to conclude with a medley dedicated to the heroic cinema of Il Gladiatore, The last of the Mohicans and Mission Impossible.

Particular attention is also paid to the world of seriality highlighting the fundamental role of music in creating an atmosphere and its ability to be a timeless language and always in step with the contemporary. On stage the notes of the theme song of a world-famous series as Games of Thrones composed by Ramin Djawadi, and Law and Order conceived by Mike Post, collaborator among other things of the song by Dolly Parton.