Soundtrack for the film Meet Me In Venice.
Liza is a young Dutch woman who travels to Venice to meet her Italian father Mauro.
Mauro has not seen Liza since she was three years old, when he and Liza’s mother decided to split up. Mauro has traveled the world since as a musician. When Liza is in Venice it turns out there is more in store than just a couple of days in Venice. He takes Liza on a musical voyage along the route of the Orient Express. A trip that will eventually take them to Istanbul.
Many small adventures and meaningful encounters happen along the way. The journey takes us from Venice to the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana,from the inner city of Zagreb to the plains of Northern Serbia, from the hills in the South of Serbia to the rural beauty of Central Bulgaria, culminating the trip at the splendor of the Bosporus.
Father and daughter are much more alike than it appeared at first. Their bond is strengthening with every mile of track they travel.
Then, at the easternmost tip of Europe in Istanbul the story takes a dramatic turn.
EDDY TERSTALL and ERIK WÜNSCH
PEGGY STEIN | ONEBIGAGENCY
SAN FU MALTHA | FU WORKS
BRUNO FELIX & FEMKE WOLTING | SUBMARINE
'Road Movie' & 'Bicycle Exotica' published by Tapu records
'Istanbul' & 'Viaggio' published by Submarine Music
Premiere 2 juli 2015
met dank aan Marco Vermaas
released June 19, 2015
Mandolin & vocal: Beppe Costa [1,2,3,4,6,7,9,11,12]
Vocal: Meral Polat [1 + 12]
Vocal: Marta Sebestyén 
Keys / sampler/ electronics/ percussion:
Michel Banabila [4,5,6,8,9,10]
Gadulka: Nikolay Hristov 
Viola: Oene van Geel 
Violin: Salar Asid 
Ud: Mehmet Polat 
Guitar: Anton Goudsmit 
Sound recordist: Gaby de Haan [2 + 3]
MERALS HAREM [1 + 12] :
Vocal: Meral Polat
Vocal & mandolin: Beppe Costa
Guitar: Reint van den Brink
Squeezebox: Remco Rietsema
Double bass: Peter Sambros
Drums: Ian Rijksen
[1,3,4,6,9,11,12] composed by Beppe Costa.
 composed by Beppe Costa & Marta Sebestyén.
[5,8,10] composed by Michel Banabila.
 composed by Antonio Vivaldi