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 Post subject: Bertolucci's "1900"
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2012, 22:22 

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Ocarina waltz:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7Uq5bHoo6Y

Anybody know the players? I doubt if Bertolucci just phoned up a casting agency to order an ocarina septet.


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 Post subject: Re: Bertolucci's "1900"
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2012, 22:32 

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I think Kres would know. There is a character in particular who sits and plays the ocarina in other scenes however he is an actor and the music is obviously dubbed over. As for the group, i cannot remember. I still need to finish watching the second half of Novecento, it is one heck of a long film...


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 Post subject: Re: Bertolucci's "1900"
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That is Gruppo Ocarinistico Budriese - you can see it mentioned in the credits at the beginning of the film.

The line-up from 1963 to 1976 consisted of players Luigi Broccoli, Enzo Aldrovandi, Enrico Mattioli, Mario Roveri, Arrigo Mignani, Reno Bonfiglioli, Ferruccio Spiga, Tiziano Federici, Nino Tarozzi, Ettore Antico, Iliano Soverini and Paolo Scazzieri.

They played ocarinas by Arrigo Mignani.

The waltz they play in that scene is called Miraggio by Alfredo Barattoni, from the Libro Verde. Later in the film they also play Il Canto degli Ucceli by Giuseppe Grossi (also known by the original title L'Usignuolo Polka), featuring the water bird whistle.


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