Who wrote Godfather theme music?

Who wrote Godfather theme music?

Nino RotaLove Theme From the Godfather / Composer

Nino Rota, who wrote the music for Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather” and for nearly all of the films of the Italian director Federico Fellini, died yesterday of a blood clot in a Rome clinic. He was 68 years old. Mr. Rota composed prodigiously and was known for the melodiousness of his music.

What is the theme tune to The Godfather called?

Speak Softly, Love
“Love Theme from The Godfather” is an instrumental theme from the 1972 film The Godfather, composed by Nino Rota. The piece was lyricized in English by Larry Kusik into “Speak Softly, Love”, a popular song released in 1972.

Who wrote the music for Godfather 2?

Nino Rota
Carmine Coppola
The Godfather: Part II/Music composed by

What style of music is The Godfather?

The Godfather (soundtrack)

The Godfather
Released 1972. CD: 26 March 1991 159487
Genre Soundtrack
Length 31:31
Label Paramount (original) / MCA (CD)

When was Speak Softly Love released?

1972Speak Softly Love / Released

Did The Godfather win best score?

In 1972, composer Nino Rota received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score for his work on The Godfather, but it was subsequently revoked after it was revealed that part of the love theme had already been used in Rota’s score for the 1958 Italian comedy film, Fortunatella.

What song is the piano player playing in The Godfather?

The Godfather Soundtrack “This Loneliness” Performed by Carmine Coppola.

What instrument is used to play The Godfather theme?

Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 film The Godfather is seen by many to be a turning point in cinematic history. The sparse score, written by Nino Rota, is famous for its haunting main theme, played by a solo trumpet, from which The Godfather Waltz is derived.