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Ennio Morricone is the world renowned Italian orchestrator, conductor and composer, who has written music for over 500 television series and movies. He has also composed modern classical along with contemporary music. His scores have been used in more than forty award winning motion pictures.
Ennio Morricone became famous for his work with Sergio Leone who has produced as well as directed many world renowned Spaghetti Westerns such as: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, “A Fistful of Dollars”, “A Fistful of Dynamite”, “Once Upon a Time in the West”, and “My Name is Nobody”. He composed for a large variety of films ranging from dramas to comedy and historical to action thrillers. This extensive display of his skills established him as a flexible and versatile as well as one of the most influential composers to ever live. Ennio Marricone tickets are available online for purchase.
His popularity on the rise since 1977 as he made music for many influential and famous directors such as Wolfgang Peterson, Mike Nicholas, John Boorman, Oliver Stone, John Carpenter and Terrance Malick. His scores include “Days of Heaven” “ Casualties” ‘Exorcist II: The Heretic”, ”Bugsy” ,”Wolf”, “The Untouchables”, “Mission to Mars” and many other notable movies.
Ennio Morricone composed for many European movies as well. His compositions for Sergio Leone’s “Once Upon a Time in America”, Pedro Almodovar’s “Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!” and the Giuseppe Tornatore movies, comprising of “Legend of 1900” and “Cinema Paradiso” are some of the most awarded scores of all time. His most recent music is for “Vatel”, “Ripley’s Game” “La sconnouscuita” “The Boat the Rocked”, “Quentin Torantino’s Kill Bill Vol.1 and 2 and the most recent “Django Unchained”.
Ennio Morricone received the Academy Honorary Award in 2007 “for his magnificent and multifaceted contributions to the art of film music”. He was nominated for another five Oscars in the ‘Best Original Score’ but hasn’t won any as yet. He however has to his name, two Grammy Awards, five BAFTAS and two Golden Globes, eight Nastro d’Argento, seven David di Donatello and the Polar Music Prizein.
Ennio’s father Mario Morricone was a well-respected trumpet player who performed on professional lines in music orchestras. Ennio’s talents were recognized at a very young age when he wrote a composition at the age of 6. He married Maria Travia in 1956 and she assisted him by writing lyrics for many of his compositions.
His first mentor was his father who instructed him in reading music and helped him to learn to play instruments. His talents in music were both natural and mature which showed in his compositions even at an early age. He was intrigued by the trumpet and took up classes at the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, one of the oldest music schools in the world. There he took lessons from Unberto Semproni.
He enrolled in a four year program at the age of 12 and learned the trumpet, choral music and direction and composition under Goffredo Petrassi. Petrassi immensely influenced Morricane who has dedicated many of his concert pieces to his teacher.
Ennio Morricone continued his work in classical composition arrangement after graduating. He got his Diploma in Trumpet in 1946 and months later composed “II Mattiono”( “The Morning”). He continued to compose for theatre, voice and classical such as “Imitazione” which took its roots from a text by a poet, ‘Distacco’’ based on texts by another poet, “Intimita” and “Oboe Sommerso”. He initially started composing as a ghost writer for mainstream media, all his work was credited to other well-known composers. Ennio Morricone arranged the lights of the RAI television network, working particularly with Carlo Savina and Armando Trovajoli. He adopted Anglicized aliases from time to time such as Dan Savi and Leo Nichols. He wrote some compositions in the light of the Italian avant-garde. As the superstar embarks on his latest tour, buy Ennio Marricone tickets to catch his performance live.