It' s available the new CD by Mino Freda, Unchained Souls
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Prodotto da Mino Freda e
"When in the editing room the music is inserted below the images, the film takes the form of a balloon about to leave. It swells and then leaves the floor. "
"The Note label CNI - Companies New Indye offers a rich collection of film music by the roman composer Mino Freda, titled "Unchained SOULS." A compilation that includes original music composed for the latest film by the important director Mario Monicelli (The Rose of the Desert, Luna Rossa prod., 2006), and others more, composed for film works of young Italian directors such as Francesca Garcea (The Flight of God , Against Prod 2012), Maximum Fersini (Totem Blue, Leucasia Film, the award-winning 2010 film Indie Fest Film, California, USA), Raphael Sasson (The Devil, 39 Steps Prod 2011) and Marco Carlucci (The point Red, Primafilm 2006). The musical content is of undoubted value for its outstanding elegance and for the convincing melos Mediterranean in a style never boring and never granted. The musics by Freda are also appreciated for their varied character - necessary in film music - ranging from classical sound to more modern sounds. A work designed for a listening alone, free from the images and well identified in the meaning of the title, "unchained souls" (got free from the chains), which means, as well as in the orchestral suite contained in this collection and for the film The Devil, the possibility to liberate the music from his native function and make it usable in a soul space, to let grow within feelings and emotions.
Mino Freda (Rome, 1963). His major field of working is sound design, not only in the cinematographical field, but also in the publicity and contemporary visual art. He published under CNI label the cd Mixtus (2005) and Totem Blue (2008). He is teacher at IED in Rome of The History of the Music in the Cinema and Sound Design course. He is the holder of CM Studio (production and post-production, a section multimedia of Uno.Cinque cultural association).
Movie - Music - Dance – Video
“Silent (movie) Ghost” A Horror multimedia opera in two acts
Live music and choreography on a classic horror of the silent movie
“The cat and Canary”(Paul Leni, director - Usa, 1927 - Universal)
Original Music and video interludes Mino Freda
Choreography Magda Saba
Director Mino Freda
live set / music Mino Freda, lap top set, keyboards / Federico Di Maio, percussion, flute / Dance Madga Saba /video maker and live director Filippo Corrieri / management Patrizia Mazzoni
/ production by CM Studio & Uno.cinque
Silent (movie) Ghost, a multimedia opera of horror, is a show in two acts, lasting about 90 minutes, which synthetically unites movie, music, dance and video. Based on a classic horror of the silent film “The cat and the canary”, (USA, 1927), the work has sprung out of an idea of the Italian composer Mino Freda who wrote the music of the whole film .Stylistically, it is a border music - from electronics to classical, from the acoustic to the rhythmic power of drum and bass - the live setting is also supported by performance of a contemporary dance, that becomes a sort of tridimensional scenography, a humanized projection, giving life – together with the live video - to original choreographic interludes. A really unique opera, multi-medial, Silent (movie) Ghost can completely involve the public’s attention on different representative levels without altering the engaging plot of the silent-movie masterpiece. Shot in 1927 by German director Paul Leni (the first of his works to be produced in the USA) - considered as one of the masters of expressionist German cinema directors - the film shows a very innovative direction: frequent subjective, movie-camera movements, and other pecularities. A good chance to rediscover, in a different way, the fascinating silent-movie tradition. This opera has been presented, for the first time at cinema theatre ODEON, Florence, during the international Film Festival: “50 days of international cinema”
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