Always in love with one of the most famous TV series – The Godfather and with its soundtrack, we are pleased to bring in front of you the free Love Theme piano sheet music from The Godfather movie - 1972, also known as Speak Softly Love.
The song was written by Nino Rota together with Larry Kusik, and it has a length of 2:41 minutes, as the instrumental version.
There is also a vocal version, which has been covered by numerous famous singers, including Andy Williams, Slash, Sergio Franchi, The Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Matt Monro, Scott Walker, Candies, Rosenberg Trio, Dominic Chianese, Welsh soprano Katherine Jenkins, Irene Ryder, Aref, and many others.
The producer of the free Love Theme from The Godfather piano sheets was put in place by Dick Glasser and it was released in April 1972.
The musical structure was influenced by Gaetano Donizetti's piece named Don Pasquale, an opera featured on Preludio - Povero Ernesto!
Similarities from the Love Theme can be noticed in Giuseppe Verdi's La Forza del Destino.
The theme is available in more languages and the lyrics have been modified depending on the language in which it was set.
For example, The French version was titled Parle Plus Bas, the Italian one Parla Più Piano, while the Sicilian version was named Brucia La Terra.
Nino Rota was a famous Italian pianist, composer, and academic.
Throughout his prolific career, the composer wrote over 150 movie scores, notably for Lachine Visconti, Federico Fellini, Eduardo De Filipe, and, of course, Francis Ford Coppola's trilogy.
The Love Theme from The Godfather is now available to download on our website, so you can try your own version whenever you feel like having a romantic evening.
The movie itself is one of the greatest masterpieces in the movie industry.
With the main characters interpreted by Al Pacino and Marlon Brando, the movie is preserved by the United States National Film Registry.
It has won three Academy Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Picture, and Best Actor.
Love Theme from The Godfather is one of the immortal movie scores in history, and its enduring impact can be seen even decades later, as references or covers are still made to the public's constant demand for the musical theme.