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Ennio Morricone is famous for his unforgettable compositions of many Italo-Western classics such as “The Good the Bad and the Ugly” and “Once Upan a Time in the West”. Born in Rome in 1928 the composer and conductor wrote more than 500 soundtracks for a wide variety of genres. Receiving numerous awards from all over the world Morricone received the honorary Oscar for ‘magnificent and multi-faceted’ contribution to cinema scores in 2007. The earBOOK “Ennio Morricone’’ captures in many breathtaking filmstills and music on 4 CDs the work of this brilliant composer. Furthermore this earBOOK shows a portrait of the artist including many private, mostly unpublished photographs.
The four CDs contain over 60 of Morricone’s most famous Soundtracks such as: “For a few Dollars More”, “The Good the Bad and the Ugly”, “The Untouchables” and “Once Upon a Time in America”.