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Video homenaje a la Banda Sonora Original de la película "The Mission" (La Misión), compuesta por Ennio Morricone en 1986
31 Aug 2008
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Избор - Надя Стефанова, музика - Ennio Morricone - Chi Mai
22 Feb 2009
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Ennio Morricone - Les Professionnel
7 Oct 2009
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Ennio Morricone-Childhood-Memories
5 Sep 2010
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Ennio Morricone - Chi Mai ,Paintings Jia Lu
20 Jul 2010
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ENNIO MORRICONE e AUGUSTO DE LUCA ricevono il PREMIO CITTA' DI ROMA 1996 - per il libro "ROMA NOSTRA". ( De Luca per le fotografie e Morricone per la poesia Roma Amore,contenuta nello stesso libro)
26 Dec 2010
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Tal Babitzky plays Ennio Morricone's tune "Marcia" from "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly". Performed at Shablul jazz club in Tel Aviv www.talbabitzky**** Tal Babitzky-piano Albert Piamenta-soprano sax Zur Ben Zeev-contrabass Jean Paul Zimbris-drums Mark Woloch-conductor
29 Dec 2010
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NEL 1996 ENNIO MORRICONE e AUGUSTO DE LUCA ricevono il "PREMIO CITTA' DI ROMA". (De Luca per le fotografie e Morricone per la poesia Roma Amore, nel libro "ROMA NOSTRA"Gangemi Editore). *******augustodeluca.jimdo****/ ***********/user/AUGUSTODELUCA
10 Jan 2011
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A Rare audio Tribute to Ennio Morricone. There is also music mixed in (for the film) not by Ennio, Enjoy.
28 Oct 2011
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En el siguiente episodio de Vida Extrema, les presentamos una entrevista exclusiva al cantante Ennio Emmanuel. El cantante Ennio Emmanuel presenta su primera producción musical titulada "Nada es Imposible" en la cual explora una variada fusión de ritmos electrónicos acompañados por letras inspiradoras centradas en la bondad, la felicidad y la esperanza que vienen constantemente de Dios. Ennio es ademas un joven talentoso quien ha estado involucrado en la producción de proyectos para artistas de la talla de Paulina Aguirre, ganadora del Grammy Latino en la categoría de música cristiana. Una de las pasiones de Ennio Emmanuel no es solamente la música, sino también las obras sociales y las misiones mundiales. Esta entrevista fue realizada en el marco de Expolit 2010. La feria exposicion mas grande de medios, musica y literatura hispana en Estados Unidos. Para conocer mas sobre Ennio Emmanuel visita el sitio *******www.ennioemmanuel**** y en: *******www.myspace****/ennioemmanuel Este episodio de Vida Extrema a llegado a ustedes gracias a *******www.expolit**** ; *******www.enlace**** Para descargar los episodios de Vida Extrema, visitanos en *******www.vidaextrema**** Ennio Emmanuel - Entrevista Expolit 2010 - Vida Extrema
28 Dec 2011
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A liberal-thinking (Jean-Louis Trintignant) fantasises an affair between his wife (Florinda Bolkan) and his best friend, a bisexual actor (Tony Musante). Unbeknown to him, the pair have in fact been lovers for years. Not only that, they have drawn a third player into their bedroom games - an anarchist/poet/actor/gigolo (Lino Capolicchio) who squats in a dankly luxurious basement and makes love to Bolkan under a Nazi swastika flag. Their menage a trois scene - mild enough by today's standards - made the film a scandalous success on its release. In fact, Patroni Griffi gets more erotic mileage from a shot of three clasped hands than Zalman King could get from a sea of naked, thrashing bodies. While his wife is thus engaged, Trintignant drifts into an affair with a rich but lonely single woman (Annie Girardot). For this movie, Ennio Morricone composed in 1969 one of his best soundtracks of his long career, with the vocal collaboration as usual of the Italian soprano Edda Dell'Orso.
9 Mar 2012
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In 1973, Spain is still under the thumb of Generalisimo Francisco Franco, the Fascist dictator who has ruled the country since 1939. Still, most knowledgable Spaniards know he hasn't long to live, and his equally repressive right-hand man Carrero Blanco (Agapito Romo) is in line to take over. A cell of the ETA, a Basque terrorist organization, has decided to kidnap Blanco and hold him for ransom. The hot-headed revolutionary Txabi (Eusebio Poncela) strongly urges assassination; the more cool-headed Izarra (Gian Maria Volonte) argues that Blanco is worth more dead than alive. When their leader Yoseba (Feodor Atkine) is gunned down by Spanish police, and when Blanco is promoted to Prime Minister, kidnapping is no longer feasible; they must assassinate him. Pontecorvo shows a degree of thoughtful nuance in dealing with this issue. Terrorism may be the only way to fight against a Fascist dictatorship, but is it the right way to act in a democratic society? In this regard, Pontecorvo seems to have mellowed from the Marxism of his earlier films; although he acknowledges the shortcomings of violence in those movies, he embraces now the violence as a necessary evil. A rare Ennio Morricone soundtrack from the late 70s – recorded at a time when the maestro was moving onto bigger fame in the US, yet could still create a great old school score when he wanted! The style here is nice and dark – lots of spare, isolated sounds – especially off-tuned piano – used in ways that recall some of the best dramatic Morricone moments of the earlier part of the decade – with all the sharp sounds and stark styles that might imply! A few occasional themes echo the political tone of the film, but the whole thing's still a Morricone masterpiece all the way through – with titles that include "Canto Basco", inspired in basque popular melodies as Eusko Gudariak.
9 Apr 2012
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