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Nino Rota ‎– Romeo & Juliet   1968

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A1 –Robert Stephens (2) Prologue (Prologue) And Prince (Act I, Scene 1) 2:46
Romeo's Foreboding / Feast At The House Of Capulet (7:24)
A2.1 –Leonard Whiting Romeo's Foreboding (Act I, Scene 4)
A2.2 –Glen Weston Song: "What Is A Youth"
Lyrics By – Eugene Walter
Music By – Nino Rota
Vocals – Glen Weston
A2.3 –Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey Feast At The House Of Capulet (Meeting Of Romeo And Juliet) (Act I, Scene 5)
A2.4 –Glen Weston Song: "What Is A Youth"
Lyrics By – Eugene Walter
Music By – Nino Rota
Vocals – Glen Weston
A3 –Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey The Balcony Scene (Act II, Scene 2) 9:26
B1 –Milo O'Shea, Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey Romeo & Juliet Are Wed (Act II, Scene 6) 3:00
B2 –John McEnery, Leonard Whiting, Bruce Robinson (6), Michael York (2), Robert Stephens (2), Natasha Perry, Antonio Pierfederici The Death Of Mercutio And Tybalt (Act III, Scene 1) 3:36
B3 –Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting, Pat Heywood Farewell Love Scene (Act III, Scene 5) 4:21
B4 –Olivia Hussey, Milo O'Shea The Likeness Of Death (Act IV, Scene 1) 2:36
In Capulet's Tomb (Death Of Romeo & Juliet) (7:22)
B5.1 –Pat Heywood, Paul Hardwick Act IV, Scene 5: Juliet's Chamber
B5.2 –Leonard Whiting, Keith Skinner Act V, Scene 1: Mantua
B5.3 –Leonard Whiting, Milo O'Shea, Olivia Hussey Act V, Scene 3: The Tomb
B6 –Robert Stephens (2) All Are Punished (Act V, Scene 3) 2:07
Composed By, Conductor – Nino Rota
Directed By, Other [Play Producer] – Franco Zeffirelli
Engineer [For Capitol Records] – Don Henderson
Narrator [Uncredited] – Laurence Olivier
Producer – Neely Plumb
Score Editor [Film Music Editor For Paramount] – June Edgerton
Script By – Franco Brusati, Masolino D'Amico
Voice Actor [Balthasar] – Keith Skinner
Voice Actor [Benvolio] – Bruce Robinson (6)
Voice Actor [Friar Laurence] – Milo O'Shea
Voice Actor [Juliet's Nurse] – Pat Heywood
Voice Actor [Juliet] – Olivia Hussey
Voice Actor [Lady Capulet] – Natasha Perry
Voice Actor [Lord Capulet] – Paul Hardwick
Voice Actor [Lord Montague] – Antonio Pierfederici
Voice Actor [Mercutio] – John McEnery
Voice Actor [Prince Of Verona] – Robert Stephens (2)
Voice Actor [Romeo] – Leonard Whiting
Voice Actor [Tybalt] – Michael York (2)
A2 has a song included in the track titled "What Is Youth". 

The soundtrack for the 1968 film "Romeo and Juliet" was composed and conducted by Nino Rota. It was originally released as a vinyl record, containing nine entries, most notably the song "What Is a Youth", composed by Nino Rota, written by Eugene Walter and performed by Glen Weston. The music score won a Silver Ribbon award of the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists in 1968 and was nominated for two other awards (BAFTA Award for Best Film Music in 1968 and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score in 1969. The soundtrack is referred to as "Original Soundtrack Recording" on the front cover with further credits to the film itself. Several other editions of the soundtrack feature different covers.

The neo-Elizabethan ballad "What Is a Youth" is performed by a troubadour character as part of the diegesis during the Capulets' ball, at which Romeo and Juliet first meet. The original lyrics of the song are borrowed from songs in other Shakespearean plays, particularly Twelfth Night and The Merchant of Venice. In 1968 Billboard described the score as "brilliant and moving". Contemporary feedback was also provided by John Mahoney from The Hollywood Reporter, who described the score as «one of the best and strongest components», noting that «a period ballad with lyric by Eugene Walter, "What Is A Youth", provides the perfect setting for the meeting of the two lovers at the Capulet party». Since 1968 numerous arrangements of "What Is a Youth" have been released, most notably "A Time for Us" and "Ai Giochi Addio", both performed by various artists. The soundtrack's original label Capitol Records subsequently released three other soundtrack albums inspired by original score. The popularity of the first of them led Capitol Records to release a four-record set of the film's entire vocal and music tracks.