A tribute to world famous composer Ennio Morricone, who won an Oscar for his “grandiose and versatile contribution to the art of film music". Who made more than 500 compositions for film and TV, over a 100 classical works, and sold over 70 million records during his 70 year career.
Language: English, Italian. Subtitles: English
Ennio Morricone worked with famous directors such as Quentin Tarantino, was an inspiration to Metallica and Bruce Springsteen, and inspired many film sound score composers including Oscar winners Hans Zimmer (Dune, Interstellar, and Inception) and John Williams (Star Wars, Schindler’s List, Jaws and E.T.).
But Morricone is probably most famous for his work with director Sergio Leone and especially for the westerns they made together. Even if you have never seen the film, many will recognize the sound introducing Clint Eastwood in the Good, the Bad and the Ugly or know the beautiful and moving sound score of Once upon a time in the west.
“…a painstakingly detailed, fantastically entertaining, and profoundly exhausting deep dive into the career of the hyper-prolific Italian composer Ennio Morricone…” The Guardian.
“The genius of Ennio Morricone is already carved into the cinematic landscape as indelibly as any dusty desert canyon.” NME
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