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The Godfather Part II (soundtrack)

The Godfather Part II
Soundtrack album by Nino Rota & Carmine Coppola
Released 1974
Genre Soundtrack
Length 38:28
Label ABC
Producer Tom Mack
The Godfather chronology
The Godfather
The Godfather Part II
The Godfather Part III

The Godfather Part II is the soundtrack from the movie of the same name, released in 1974 by ABC, and 1991 on compact disc by MCA. The original score was composed by Nino Rota and conducted by Carmine Coppola, who also provided source music for the film. Rota expands upon two of the three main themes from the first film: "The Godfather Waltz" and "Michael's Theme", while "The Love Theme" from the first film makes a brief appearance during a flashback sequence ("Remember Vito Andolini"). There are several new themes, including one for Kay (Diane Keaton), and two for young Vito (Robert De Niro): "The Immigrant Theme" and "The Tarantella", introduced in "A New Carpet".

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Track listing

  1. "Main Title/The Immigrant" - 3:27
  2. "A New Carpet" - 2:00
  3. "Kay" - 3:00
  4. "Ev'ry Time I Look In Your Eyes/After the Party" - 2:35
  5. "Vito and Abbandando" - 2:38
  6. "Senza Mamma/Ciuri-Ciuri/Napule Ve Salute" - 2:36
  7. "The Godfathers At Home" - 2:35
  8. "Remember Vito Andolini" - 2:52
  9. "Michael Comes Home" - 2:19
  10. "Marcia Stilo Italiano" - 2:02
  11. "Ninna Nanna A Michele" - 2:22
  12. "The Brothers Mourn" - 3:21
  13. "The Murder Of Don Fanucci" - 2:50
  14. "End Title" - 3:51

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Album Chart

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