RareNoise co-founder, multi-instrumentalist and composer Eraldo Bernocchi has created an evocative soundtrack for a new documentary film on American artist Cy Twombly.
Imagined and produced by Michele Buongiorno, written and directed by Andrea Bettinetti, Cy Dear was presented privately at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in the Spring of 2018 and will have its festival premiere this Fall at the FIFA Montreal Film Festival.
Bernocchi’s soundtrack is suitably atmospheric, underscoring the life and times of the American painter-sculptor-photographer, whose work influenced a generation of younger artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Anselm Kiefer, Francesco Clemente and Julian Schnabel.
Eraldo Bernocchi : Guitars, Treated Guitars, Electronics
01 – Meet me where you know
02 – To make things float
03 – From a distance
04 – White
05 – The silver laugh
06 -A child and a pencil
07 – The gold house
08 – Like I wasn’t there
09 – A letter and a place
10 – The never ending pier
11 – 1-10” of happiness
12 – Swirling colours
13 – We had a good time
14 – A crack in time
15 – The space between
16 – Out in the blue
17 – Like I wasn’t there (reprise)
18 – Near by distance
Music from and inspired by the film “Cy Dear”
A documentary film about Cy Twombly
“Near by Distance” dedicated to Robert Miles
“Out in the blue” dedicated to Sally Mann
All music composed, arranged, produced and mixed by Eraldo Bernocchi
Published by RareNoisePublishing (PRS) and Antiphona (SACEM)
Recorded at Transmutations Studios, London
Mastered at Turtletone Studios (NYC) by Mike Fossenkemper
Eraldo Bernocchi plays Nude Guitars and thanks Elektron Music Machines.
Cover image: Cy Twombly, “Fifty Days at Iliam (Part V – The Fire That Consumes All Before It)”, 1978
© Cy Twombly Foundation, Courtesy of the Nicola Del Roscio Archives.
Graphic Design by Petulia Mattioli
Executive Producer for RareNoiseRecords: Giacomo Bruzzo
© + ℗ RareNoiseRecords 2018