Morricone composed this work in 1991-92, on texts by Sergio Miceli. Dedicated to Luciano and Giannina Alberti. A cycle in sixteen movements. Of advanced difficulty.
…Bedford -- Breeze, by Victoria Borisova-Ollas -- Balada, by Cristobal Halffter -- Applemania, by Aleksey Igudesman -- Fantasia Breve, by Ennio Morricone -- Estländer, by Arvo Pärt -- Capriccio di una Corda, by Salvatore Sciarrino -- Zephyros, by Daniel Schnyder -- Elastische Studie, by Johannes…
Live recordings from 2004 feature the trio of Enrico Pierannuzi, Marc Johnson, and Joey Baron.
A series of studies on the life and work of the great Italian film composer Morricone. With a foreword and bibliography.
A selection of fifteen themes from films scored by Morricone, including Ad Ogni Costo, El Greco, Giordano Bruno, I Guardiani del Cielo, Orient Express, and more. With a biographical note in Italian and English.
This volume contains fourteen pieces by Morricone from various movies, in arrangements for solo piano. The CD contains orchestral versions of the pieces. With a biographical note in Italian and English.
The great Italian film composer Ennio Morricone first came on the scene with soundracks for Sergio Leone's “spaghetti westerns,” including A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Though his career has been primarily in Italian films, he has also composed distinctive, sophisticated…
This book on the groundbreaking film score by Morricone examines his background and techniques, the historical context of the film and the music, and the specific music used in the score. With an editor's foreword, preface, introduction, filmography, notes, bibliography, index, music examples.
Chorus from St. George's Church Episcopal, Nashville; Wilma Jensen, conductor and organist.
…Conductor: Ennio Morricone. Orchestra/Ensemble: Orchestra Sinfonietta di Roma. -- Cinema Paradiso / Ennio Morricone -- La Califfa / Ennio Morricone -- Once Upon A Time In The West / Ennio Morricone -- Metti Una Sera A Cena / Ennio Morricone -- Cinema Paradiso / Ennio Morricone. 7 Work(s) -- I Knew…
…/ Ennio Morricone -- La Musica Prima Del Massacro / Ennio Morricone -- L'inferno Bianco / Ennio Morricone -- The Suggestive Oswaldo Mobray / Tim Roth, Walton Goggins, Kurt Russell -- Now You're All Alone / David Hess -- Sangue E Neve / Ennio Morricone -- L'inferno Bianco / Ennio Morricone -- Neve /…
Trio Artemis performs works by Khachaturian, Mozart, Piazzolla, Haydn, Ravel, Morricone, Faure, Theodorakis, Bach, and others.
This is a slow and very quiet work with many long-held tones to be played non-vibrato. An interesting exercise in stillness. Duration ca. 5 minutes.
Composed for the Trio Strabern. An expressive and polyphonic work in one movement. Of moderate length and difficulty.
Dedicated to Francesco Pennisi. As the title might suggest, this is an energetic and rhythmic piece, full of very quick gestures which hocket between the three parts. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 4 minutes.
A gestural and atmospheric setting of a German text by Heinrich Heine. The music is of a moderate length but of advanced difficulty.
A very challenging work for two choruses of eight voices each, a large battery of six percussionists and a virtuoso solo cello. The only word sung by the choirs is Pietre [Stones]. Duration ca. 10 minutes.
Dedicated to Giorgio Carnini. An energetic and challenging piece which combines the force of two organs into some remarkable textures. Duration ca. 9 minutes.
This challenging piece for two cellos is fierce and energetic throughout.
This canon for three guitars could seem mechanical if not for the Vivo tempo marking. To be played staccato throughout. Of moderate difficulty.
Composed in 1996 and dedicated to Gianni Marinato. Italian text by Edoardo Sanguineti.
Dedicated to Riccardo Brengola.
Bassist George Mraz plays his own compositions with pianist Zoe Rahman, as well as music by Rahman and Morricone.