Ennio Morricone (1928-) was a classmate of Sergio Leone in Italy and forged a partnership with the director at the beginning of the "Spaghetti Western" period. His soundtrack for A Fistful of Dollars influenced almost all westerns from 1964 onward. Morricone wrote music for almost every genre of film. Awards and honors include five Oscar nominations and two Golden Globes among seven nominations.
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Armagan's Morricone Page
Offers more than 200 short sound clips from Morricone's works. These clips categorized in an idiosyncratic and humorous way with reference to Borges.
Wikipedia article focused on his musical career and prolific output with internal references to related people and topics.
Filmography, movie ratings, news, forum, posters, photographs, and links from Rotten Tomatoes.
Filmography at IMDb with biography, awards and honors, and composer, conductor, orchestrator, actor, and related credits for over 400 films and television shows.
Entry at the Lied and Art Songs Text Page with list of vocal works.
Ennio Morricone Redux by Alan Bishop
Overview and analysis of the entire body of works composed for westerns with personal preferences and ratings included.
Ennio Morricone: Film Composer
Entry from mfiles with biographical sketch, partial filmography, recommended recordings, and links.
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