Ennio Morricone - Espion, Leve-Toi 1982 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Remastered 2016)
MP3 320 KBPS CBR | Label: Music Box Records | Scans | 44 min | 129 mb
Shortly after Le Professionnel (Georges Lautner, 1981), Ennio Morricone composes the score for another French film, Espion, lève-toi (1982), directed by Yves Boisset, with whom he already worked on L'Attentat (The French Conspiracy, 1972). Even if both films have common points, apart from the dialogue written by Michel Audiard (secret services, main character menaced and then crushed by the system, tragic end), it is not the case about the soundtrack. As often in Morricone's music, the tones are important and each instrument brings a peculiar color although perceivable over the orchestra, although in a coherent whole. Here the special atmosphere is played by the Oscar Valdambrini's flugelhorn (present in the three themes), the pianoforte, the bassoon, the percussion and the flutes.