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Ennio Morricone ... All-In-One

A Tribute To The Great Maestro & Film Composer


1- Biography
2- Prizes & Awards
3- Soundtrack Filmography
4- Music Tour: 6 full CDs ...


a. Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly) - 1966
b. Once Upon A Time In America - 1984
c. Cinema Paradiso - 1989
d. Ennio Morricone & Mireille Mathieu - 1974
e. Ennio Morricone & Dulce Pontes : Focus - 2004
f. Ennio Morricone & Lisa Gerrard : Fateless (Sorstalansag) - 2005

The Original Sound Tracks Lists:
1. Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo - 1966
(The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)
01. Il buono il brutto il cattivo (Titoli)
02. Il tramonto
03. Sentenza (Part I)
04. Fuga a cavallo (Part I - Short)
05. Fuga a cavallo (Part II)
06. Sentenza (Part II)
07. Il ponte di corde(part I)
08. Il forte
09. Inseguimento
10. Il deserto
11. La carozza dei fantasmi
12. A missione San-Antonio
13. Padre ramirez
14. Marcetta
15. La storia di un soldato
16. Fine di una spia
17. Il bandito monco
18. Due contro cinque
19. Marcetta senza speranza
20. Morte di un soldato
21. L'estasi dell'oro
22. Il triello
23. Fuga a cavallo (Full version)
24. Il ponte di corde (part ii-unused)
2. Once Upon A Time In America - 1984
01. Once Upon A Time In America
02. Poverty
03. Deborah's Theme
04. Childhood Memories
05. Amapola
06. Friends
07. Prohibition Dirge
08. Cockeye's Song
09. Amapola Part 2
10. Childhood Poverty
11. Photographic Memories
12. Friends
13. Friendship And Love
14. Speakeasy
15. Deborah's Theme - Amapola
3. Cinema Paradiso - 1989
01. Cinema Paradiso
02. Maturity
03. While Thinking About Her Again
04. Childhood And Manhood
05. Cinema On Fire
06. Love Theme
07. After The Destruction
08. First Youth
09. Love Theme For Nata
10. Visit To The Cinema
11. Four Interludes
12. Runaway, Search And Return
13. Projection For Two
14. From American Sex Appeal To The First Fellini
15. Toto And Alfredo
16. For Elena
4. Ennio Morricone & Mireille Mathieu - 1974
01- Un Jour Tu Reviendras
02- J Oublie La Pluite Et Le Soleil
03- La Califfa
04- L eblouissante Lumiere
05- Il Ne Reste Plus Rien
06- Je Me Souviens
07- La Donna Madre
08- Da Quel Sorriso Che Non Ride Piu
09- La Marche De Sacco Et Vanzetti
10- Melodie
5. Ennio Morricone & Dulce Pontes : Focus - 2004
01. Cinema Paradiso (Tema de Amor de Cinema Paradiso)
02. Rose Among Thorns {From the Mission}
03. Renascer {From Moses}
04. No Ano Que Vem {From Come Maddalena}
05. Your Love {From Once Upon a Time in the West}
06. Amalia Por Amor
07. Nosso Mar {From Metti Una Sera a Cena}
08. Antiga Palavra
09. Luz Prodigiosa {From Luz Prodigiosa}
10. Ballad of Sacco E Vanzetti {From Sacco E Vanzetti}
11. Someone You Once Knew {From Per le Antiche Scale}
12. Voo
13. I Girasoli
14. House of No Regrets {From Chi Mai}
15. Barco Abandonado {From Per le Antiche Scale}
6. Ennio Morricone & Lisa Gerrard : Fateless (Sorstalansag) - 2005
01. Sorstalansag I
02. Visszateres Az Eletbe
03. A Tabor
04. Meg Mindig Otthon
05. A Drama Kezdete
06. Egy Dal
07. Az Asztalnal
08. A Lelek Lerombolasa
09. A Magany Dallama
10. Visszateres Es Emlekezes
11. Egy Belso Hang
12. Tukorbe Nezve
13. A Magany Dallama II
14. Hang Nelul
15. Sorstalansag II

In Brief:
Born in 1928 to a musical family in Rome, Morricone has become a master of film music. Since scoring his first feature in 1961 called “Il Federale” and directed by Luciano Salce, he has produced over 400 soundtracks - a herculean average of almost one per month.
As a child prodigy, Morricone began composing music as a six-year-old. At age 12, his parents Lobera Ridolfi and Mario Morricone (a jazz trumpeter) enrolled him in a four-year harmony program at Accademia di Santa Cecilia, a Roman music conservatory. Being a notable fast-learner, the young Morricone finished the program in a mere two years (or an amazing six months if one believes some reports!) and graduated with honors while finding time to study the trumpet as well. As a result, later he went on to perform as a trumpet player in Roman night clubs before composing and arranging scores for RAI television by the mid-1950s and working for RCA record company from the late 50s through mid- 1960s, arranging songs for the likes of Mario Lanza, Renato Rascel and Rita Pavone.
Mr. Morricone first came to international prominence with a haunting score that whined and whistled through the parched and dusty streets of Sergio Leone's landmark "spaghetti" Western, "A Fistful of Dollars" in 1964, the first of six collaborations between the two. The list of collaborations includes the very famous and rousing theme of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" (1966-Italy; 1968-USA).
This Leone-Morricone collaboration numbers among the closest and most significant in film history. One cannot imagine seeing Leone's Cinemascope close-ups or landscapes without hearing Morricone's music that added layers of emotional meaning. The composer greatly enhanced the operatic feel of the films by often providing memorable leitmotivs for Leone's pistol-packing trios, most famously in "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1969).
Morricone has also worked extensively with such notable Italian filmmakers as Bernardo Bertolucci ("1900", 1977), Pier Paolo Pasolini ("The Decameron", 1971), Gillo Pontecorvo ("Burn!", 1969) and Dario Argento ("Four Flies on Gray Velvet", 1971) and some other great European directors such as Carlos Saura and Pedro Almodovar. He has also lent his formidable skills to a host of Hollywood and international productions, earning Oscar nominations for Best Original Score for Terrence Malick's "Days of Heaven" (1978), Rolan Joffe’’s "The Mission" (1986), Brian De Palma’’s "The Untouchables" (1987), Barry Levinson's "Bugsy" (1991) and with Giuseppe Tornatore’’s ““Malena”” but has never won the award.
Ennio Morricone's work has often been cited for its wit, invention and quirkily experimental instrumentation. He combined electric guitars and harmonicas with orchestras long before such pairings became fashionable and has also favored unconventional percussion (e.g., church bells, bullwhips cracking and pistol shots) and vocalists that chant, whistle and/or hum.
Without a doubt Mr. Morricone is one of the greatest film music composers of all time.

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