Ennio Morricone: 10 unforgettable soundtracks

Dec 21, 2015 742

by Jonathan Bazzi

Ennio Morricone (Rome, 1928) started out as a trumpeter, but became the composer of the most beautiful and memorable soundtracks in film history. From early on he was successful in the spaghetti western genre, writing the music for the great masterpieces of Sergio Leone.

As early as the 1960s he composed for numerous film genres, also working in many Hollywood productions. In Italy his name was linked to the greatest film directors, from Pasolini to Dario Argento and Bertolucci, up until the many, very successful collaborations with Giuseppe Tornatore.

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