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Ennio Morricone, the Oscar-winning Italian composer whose haunting scores to Spaghetti Westerns like “A Fistful of Dollars” and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” helped define a cinematic era, died on Monday. He was 91.
Morricone broke his femur 10 days ago and died at dawn in a clinic in Rome, his lawyer Giorgio Assumma told Reuters.
Born in Rome in 1928, Morricone wrote scores for some 400 films but his name was most closely linked with the director Sergio Leone, with whom he worked on the Spaghetti Westerns as well as epic crime drama “Once Upon a Time in America.”
'I, Ennio Morricone, am dead': Oscar-winning film composer writes his own obituary.
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Reuters Publishing date: July 06, 2020
Goodbye to the Maestro of the best western movies!
Once upon a time in the west!
- Man with a harmonica (Once upon a time in the West)
3 Apr 2017
Man with a harmonica
Theme from 'Once upon a time in the West' (1968)
Composer: Ennio Morricone
Arrangement: Vince Mendoza
Avond van de Filmmuziek 2017
The Metropole Orkest
Hermine Deurloo, harmonica
Vincent de Kort, director
Louis Buskens, choir director
Ninety one? RIP
He did his best up to the last days, even with his arbitrary!
R.I.P I'm sure Ennio Morricone had a great life - he created a lot of amazing music and this was what he loved the most.
The original scene of this song brought tears in my eyes, the first time I saw it!
RIP Ennio Morricone
The music is legendary but the movie story was very cruel, just as it happened!
"Everyone has to die. I'm not particularly scared about it. What really frightens me is that if I go before my wife, I will leave her alone, and vice versa. The ideal would be to die together."