Round dot on the I normally has me look at Century Gothic.
I don't know if this is a font - or just so distorted it doesn't look like one. (The Rs and As do not match, and the waviness through it -- isn't, um, balanced.)
But there is a font on dafont that may do the trick for you - if you run it through a few filters and condensed the crap out of it.
I have a feeling this is Tiepolo that has been condensed manually then arched.
It's been obliqued and outlined.
The S is familiar - but not of the same font.
The R and O are Lunda Modern in Regular Weight.
It reminds me of Brush Up - could be a nice substitute if you don't find the original.
though Goudy Italic would probably do it too...
It's Helvetica Neue 35 - Thin
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