Doxy present Angelo Lavagnino's soundtrack for the 1968 film, The Lost Continent. From an interview with the Maestro Lavagnino, one of the legendary Italian score masters: "If I talk about The Lost Continent, I talk about one of my favorites, just because it gave me the opportunity to show myself as a man and as a composer. I was gone for more than six months in Indonesia. At that time, for an Italian, going to Indonesia was like Marco Polo going to China! I found there what I expected to find: in their forests were many bamboo trees with which I created incredible sounds. The bamboo, opened at the middle and laid on the floor, made sounds in 'pitch'. Using the 'diapason' I made a 'scale' out of it! (...) I did not have any problem in scoring this movie. I loved the Indonesian music, but I wrote music that reflected my personality. The music took ten days to write, arrange and conduct, and I am very satisfied with what I did (...)" Edition of 500.

A1. Main Title
A2. Hong Kong (Wedding And Fireworks Scene)
A3. The Wedding / Fireworks / Navigation #1 / The Seven Filmmakers
A4. Temples
A5. Dressing Of A Novice
A6. Rice Fields
A7. Volcanoes / The House Of God
A8. Scarecrows / Harvest
B1. Celebration For A Good Harvest
B2. Navigation#2
B3. Prayer For The Fishermen
B4. Life Goes On / Farmers Of The Sea / The Village Of Maud
B5. Navigation #3 / The Dayaks
B6. The Young Headhunter
B7. Wedding Preparation
B8. Love Theme (River Song) / Finale

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