Ennio Morricone - Early Works And Collaborations FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Pop music / Classical music
Title: Early Works And Collaborations
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Milord - Ennio Morricone With Isabella Fideli, Isabella Fideli. 7. Uno A Te, Uno A Me - Ennio Morricone With Isabella Fideli, Isabella Fideli. 8. Maraviglioso Momento - Ennio Morricone With Miranda Martino, Miranda Martino. Sweet Melodies, Touching Music. More Ennio Morricone. Listen to Ennio Morricone: Early Works and Collaborations now. Listen to Ennio Morricone: Early Works and Collaborations in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Ennio Morricone, Knight Grand Cross (Italian: ; born 10 November 1928) is an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player, writing in a wide range of musical styles. Since 1961, Morricone has composed over 400 scores for cinema and television, as well as over 100 classical works. His score to 1966's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is considered one of the most influential soundtracks in history and was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
At 88, Morricone is a towering presence in film history. As he celebrates 60 years in music, the Italian composer talks shoots, scores and the masterpieces we missed. This month, that haunting harmonica is back, as Ennio Morricone celebrates 60 years in music with a concert tour of his film scores and a new album of his best-known themes. Yet like so much of Morricone’s music, the melancholic motif – whether inhabiting the dreamy soundscapes of the Orb’s Little Fluffy Clouds or Bruce Springsteen’s cowboy epic Outlaw Pete – now breathes with a life of its own.
After many minor cinematic collaborations, Morricone achieved wider recognition with Sergio Leone's series of four Westerns. There followed important collaborations with directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Elio Petri, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, Valerio Zurlini, Roland Joffè and Brian De Palma. Morricone's non-film works form a large and increasingly widely performed part of his output.
Morricone 60 is the first album of Ennio Morricone’s greatest hits conducted, recorded and curated by Morricone himself – and aims to create a legacy for his fans to enjoy. It sees the celebrated Maestro performing some of his greatest film music from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly to his recent Academy Award-winning score for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight (released earlier this year on Decca). The album marks Ennio Morricone’s 60th anniversary as a composer and conductor and features brand new recordings with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, with whom he’s collaborated on major. Register for all our latest updates and news.
When most rock critics compare music to Ennio Morricone's scores- and they compare things to him a lot- they're speaking of one very specific corner of his long career as a film composer. It's the big, echo-ing spaghetti Western sound he popularized in his work with director (and fellow Italian) Sergio Leone, full of twanging guitar and high lonesome ambiance. The comparison is often apt, but it only captures a sliver of what the man did for film music, the part most of us know and love.
|1||–Ennio Morricone With Alida Chelli||La Dedico||1:57|
|2||–Ennio Morricone With Helen Merrill||Nun E Peccato||2:08|
|3||–Ennio Morricone With Helen Merrill||S'E Fatto Tardi||2:25|
|4||–Ennio Morricone With Helen Merrill||Estate||2:54|
|5||–Ennio Morricone With Helen Merrill||Nessuno Al Mondo||3:24|
|6||–Ennio Morricone With Isabella Fideli*||Milord||3:37|
|7||–Ennio Morricone With Isabella Fideli*||Uno A Te, Uno A Me||2:43|
|8||–Ennio Morricone With Miranda Martino||Maraviglioso Momento||2:11|
|9||–Ennio Morricone With Miranda Martino||Paura||2:44|
|10||–Ennio Morricone With Nico Fidenco||Trust Me||2:34|
|11||–Ennio Morricone With Nuccia Bongiovanni||Semina Seminatore||1:58|
|12||–Ennio Morricone With Rosario Borelli||Indovina||2:25|
|13||–Ennio Morricone With Rosario Borelli||Due Lune||2:23|