The Godfather (soundtrack)
The Godfather is the soundtrack from the film of the same name, released in 1972 by Paramount Records, and in 1991 on compact disc by MCA. Unless noted, the cues were composed by Nino Rota and conducted by Carlo Savina (who was credited on the LP, but not the CD). The song "I Have but One Heart" is sung by Al Martino, who performed it in the film as character Johnny Fontane.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||1972. CD: 26 March 1991 159487|
|Label||Paramount (original) / MCA (CD)|
|The Godfather chronology|
The score was nominated for an Academy Award; however, the Academy withdrew the nomination after determining that the "Love Theme" was a rewritten version of Nino Rota's music from the 1958 film Fortunella.
|1.||"Main Title (The Godfather Waltz)"||Nino Rota||3:04|
|2.||"I Have But One Heart"||Johnny Farrow, Marty Symes||3:00|
|3.||"The Pickup"||Nino Rota||2:56|
|4.||"Connie's Wedding"||Carmine Coppola||1:33|
|5.||"The Halls of Fear"||Nino Rota||2:12|
|6.||"Sicilian Pastorale"||Nino Rota||3:03|
|1.||"Love Theme from The Godfather"||Nino Rota||2:37|
|2.||"The Godfather Waltz"||Nino Rota||3:35|
|4.||"The New Godfather"||Nino Rota||2:00|
|5.||"The Baptism"||Nino Rota||1:51|
|6.||"The Godfather Finale"||Nino Rota||3:50|
- Allmusic review
- "Filmtracks: The Godfather (Nino Rota)". www.filmtracks.com.
- Cruz, Gilbert. "The Anniversary You Can't Refuse: 40 Things You Didn't Know About The Godfather" – via entertainment.time.com.