l> THE GODFATHER SUITE: Music featured in the Godfather TrilogyMAIN / B / Godfather Suite SoundtrackGF1 | GF2 | GF3 | Epic | Trilogy< A | B ><$>Music Featured In The Godfather TrilogyTRACKS: Love Theme (3:53) (Nino Rota) Probably the best-well-known excerpt from The Godfather Trilogy. It appears in all three films and is likewise known as the Love Tune, "Soptimal Softly Love." The Godfather"s Tarantella (3:10) (Carmine Coppola) The ethnic dance written especially for the opening of The Godfather I illustrating the wedding scene. The Godfather"s Mazurka (2:50) (Carmine Coppola) Also created for the wedding scene. Every Time I look in Your Eyes (3:27) (Carmine Coppola) (Kay & Michael"s Romantic Dance) Arranged for orchestra and also piano, this melody is heard several times as the romantic design template between Michael and also Kay. Played as soon as they are dancing in Lake Tahoe in the opening party scene in both The Godfather I & II. The Godfather"s Waltz (2:30) (Nino Rota) (Connie"s Wedding Dance) Played in the time of the wedding scene in The Godfather. Vito dances with Connie alone on the dance floor--a legacy at all Italian family members weddings. Michael"s Theme (2:37) (Nino Rota) Michael is linked with this theme, a kind of leit motif, which is sombre in nature and also predicts his tragic life advancement throughout the 3 films. The Godfather"s Fox Trot (2:22) (Carmine Coppola) At Italo-American weddings, the youth want to be offered by their kind of music, and also in this situation the charleston or an upbeat fox-trot was in vogue. Played in GF1. Senza Mamma (Without A Mother) (3:25) (Francesco Pennino) In New York"s "Little Italy" (Mulberry Street), a theatre presenting a Neapolitan Melodrama in which the lead actor sings this song. Played in GF2. Napule Ve Salute (Goodbye to Naples) (2:00) (Francesco Pennino) In the exact same theatrical presentation, this is a typical sprightly cafe song. From GF2. Marcia Religiosa (3:09) (Carmine Coppola) Procession from the Feastern of St. Rocca scene, heard in GF1 & GF3. Little Italy has many kind of feasts in celebration of the honour of a saint. Festa March (1:40) (Carmine Coppola) Following the procession, the crowds break into dancing and also song and partake in the endless stands of food being served outdoors. Featured in GF2. Kay"s Theme (3:37) (Nino Rota) Kay is shown by this romantic however melancholy design template which mirrors her troubled life and presence. Heard in GF2. A New Carpet (1:25) (Nino Rota) This tarantella-prefer template is the background music for the scene in GF2 when the young Vito and also Clemenza steal a carpet for Vito"s little level. The humour of the scene is exemplified by the music. The Immigrant-Main Theme (4:13) (Nino Rota) This opening dark template for trumpet solo opens all the Godfather movies, sensing the tragic coming events. The immigration scene on Ellis Island adheres to a musical sequence heard aget in GF2, additionally known as the song, "Love Sassist Goodbye." Music byCarmine Coppola, Nino Rota, Francesco PenninoConducted and arranged by Carmine Coppolapercreated by The Milan Philharmonia OrchestraExecutive Producer for Silva Screen: Reynold de SilvaAlbum release supervision:Ford A. Thaxton, David Stoner & James FitpatrickAlbum re-mastered by Alan Howarth at Electric Melody StudiosSecond Engineer: Jason KingMusic publimelted by Famous Chappell/Chappell Music Ltd(P)1975-7 Carmine Coppola©1991 Silva Screen Records America, Inc

My Two Cents:I favor this recording, although not as much as the main soundtracks. These arrangements are not those heard in the film, yet redone by one of the composers (Coppola, d.1991). That"s not necessarily a poor thing, but.


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On the bappropriate side, it contains many songs not uncovered on the traditional soundtracks, consisting of some uncovered in The Godfather"s Family Wedding Album, which is maybe the finest of all the Godfather soundtracks (although only accessible on LP). The version of the Suite that I have actually has just one photo - of Carmine Coppola, in addition to a brief biography of him.