Original Soundtrack – Giuliano Taviani e Carmelo Travia
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Twenty years on, in Istanbul again. The first time, in 1997, the soundtrack for the Turkish baths was written by Pivio and Aldo De Scalzi. Two decades later, another pair of composers, Giuliano Taviani and Carmelo Travia, were asked by Ferzan Ozpetek to write the soundtrack for “Rosso Istanbul”. This is the eleventh chapter in a filmography that has always had much to give to music, including  Tiromancino (“Le fate ignoranti”), Neffa (“Saturno Contro”), Andrea Guerra and Pasquale Catalano.

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