Oggi per la nostra sezione dedicata alle colonne dei film vediamo in anteprima la tracklist ufficiale di To Rome with Love, la commedia ad episodi diretta da Woody Allen con protagonisti – oltre allo stesso regista – Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Riccardo Scamarcio, Isabella Ferrari, Sergio Rubini, Alessandro Tiberi, Alessandra Mastronardi, Alison Pill, Flavio Parenti, Roberto Benigni, Greta Gerwig, Antonio Albanese e Ornella Mut.

La colonna sonora del film contiene 18 brani tra cui grandi classici italiani come Volare di Domenico Modugno e Arrivederci Roma, ma troviamo anche musiche tratte dalla Tosca e dalla Turandot.

Qui di seguito l’intera  tracklist del film To Rome with Love con il nome degli autori e degli interpreti seguita da una clip musicale:

“Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)”

Composed by Domenico Modugno & Francesco Migliacci

Performed by Domenico Modugno & His San Remo Orchestra

Courtesy of Yoyo Music S.A. Colombia

“Amada Mia, Amore Mio”

Composed by Bruno Pallesi, Celso Valli & Paolo Zavallone

Performed by The Starlite Orchestra

Courtesy of Countdown Media

“Arrivederci Roma”

Composed by Pietro Garinei, Sandro Giovanni & Renato Ranucci

Performed by Alfredo Messina

Performed by Steven Bernstein’s Neapolitan Orchestra

“Ciribiribin”

Composed by Alberto Pestalozza

Performed by Angelo DiPippo, David Finck & Jay Berliner

Courtesy of Angelo DiPippo

“E lucevan le stelle”

from “Tosca”

Composed by Giacomo Puccini

Performed by Fabio Armiliato

“Nessun dorma”

from “Turandot”

Composed by Giacomo Puccini

Performed by Fabio Armiliato

Accompanied on the piano by Sergio La Stella

“Mio Dolce Sogno”

Composed by Giovanni Vicari

Performed by Butch Baldassari & Jeff Taylor

Courtesy of 2002 Green Hill Productions

“Non dimenticar le mie parole”

Composed by Giovanni D’Anzi & Alfredo Bracchi

Performed by Emilio Livi & Trio Lescano

Courtesy of Warner Music Italy S.p.A.

By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

“Libiamo ne’lieti calici (Drinking Song)”

from “La Traviata”

Composed by Giuseppe Verdi

Performed by Angelo DiPippo, David Finck & Jay Berliner

Courtesy of Angelo DiPippo

“Amor ti vieta”

from “Fedora”

Composed by Umberto Giordano

Performed by Fabio Armiliato

Accompanied on piano by Sergio La Stella

“Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)”

Composed by Domenico Modugno & Francesco Migliacci

Performed, Arranged & Conducted by Angelo DiPippo

Courtesy of Angelo DiPippo

“Studio 99”

Composed by Adam Hamilton

Courtesy of FirstCom Music

“Three Times Bossa”

Composed by Alessandro Trebo & Andrea Benini

Performed by Mop Mop

Courtesy of  2004 Tam Tam Studio Recordings

“When Your Lover Has Gone”

Composed by Aaron Einar Swan

Performed by Eddie Condon & His Orchestra

Courtesy of Geffen Records

under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Excerpts from “Son qua, son qua”

from “Pagliacci”

Composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo

Performed by Fabio Armiliato, Chorus & Orchestra

Conducted by Carmine Pinto

Excerpts from “Vesti la giubba”

from “Pagliacci”

Composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo

Performed by Fabio Armiliato & Orchestra

Conducted by Carmine Pinto

Excerpts from “Duetto e Finale”

from “Pagliacci”

Composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo

Performed by Fabio Armiliato & Rita Cammarano,

Matteo Bonotto, Antonio Taschini, Vinicio Cesare, Chorus & Orchestra

Conducted by Carmine Pinto

“Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)”

Composed by Domenico Modugno & Francesco Migliacci

Arranged by Steven Bernstein

http://youtu.be/nD8BryVB9d0