19’40” is an Italian ‘anti-classical’ ‘recording series’ which brings to their listeners a personal collection of music for people with similar passions. Created by composers Sebastiano De Gennaro, Enrico Gabrielle and Francesco Fusaro in collaboration with Tina Lamorgese, 19’40” produces in-house albums and release them on a 4-monthly basis to their subscribers. A ‘recording series’ rather than a label, 19’40” transposes the spirit of Decca’s instalment vinyl project ‘Masterpieces of Classical Music’ (1976) for a modern age. 19’40″s term ‘anti-classical’ is a philosophy to provide an alternative to the already popular and well-established works of classical composers. Describing their approach as ‘playful seriousness’, they aim to champion the future masterpieces amongst their community of subscribers.
Recorded live at the ContempoRarities Festival in Milan, At The Gates Of The Twilight Zone vividly capture the thematic and atmospheric scores of Bernard Herrmann’s work for Rod Sterling’s ‘The Twilight Zone’. Arranged by composer Enrico Gabrielli, Bernard Herrmann’s iconic scores for a live orchestra have been faithfully recreated, portraying his genius through similar instrumentation and orchestration. In particular, At The Gates Of The Twilight Zone focuses on the scores from two vintage episodes, ‘Little Girl Lost (1962)’ and ‘Living Doll (1963)’, as well as a selection of Herrmann’s thematic stock music from the ‘Outer Space Suite’, which was created for the TV show.
WildKat is delighted to be working with 19’40” on PR for their upcoming release At The Gates Of The Twilight Zone, release on the 12th August 2020