I sometimes wonder if the giallo genre might not be thought of quite so fondly were it not for Ennio's sweeping, heart-breaking scores. Those are the scores I know him for best, but also his Chi Mai, used (among other things) for the theme to the BBC's 'The Life and Times of David Lloyd George'. Released as a single, it reached number 2 in the charts.
I know what I'll be listening to for the next few days.
One of a kind - could take the most throwaway film ever, and make it engaging with an engrossing score. Too many to choose from, far too many. And with all the respect to Nino Rota, Morricone is the king of Italian cinematic composers.
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