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James Southall Jul 26
Nobody’s reading them but here’s another Morricone review anyway - Slalom (with a brilliant theme)
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ROME REPORTS Jul 24
"I asked who the saints were. He told me: those who do their job well”
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IrishCulturalCentre Jul 17
ICC Digital are so delighted to bring you this pure musical treat from two great Irish musicians: gifted cello player David McGillicuddy Doyle joins talented pianist Luke Duffy to play this mesmerising version of Ennio ’s ‘Cinema Paradiso’:
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James Southall Jul 25
Review of Morricone’s outrageously beautiful Il Prato
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LΞIGH PHILLIPS Jul 20
Score which finds in thriller mode - plenty of aggressive action writing!!
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Ali Delici Jul 7
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Kristina Betinis Jul 9
Melody has consistently been the most outstanding characteristic of his compositions. One is often struck, in Morricone’s music, by its “voice,” that distinctive voice (or sound) that has the unique ability to tap into a universal sensibility.
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Nicola Ariutti Jul 19
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Simon Hare Jul 18
The double life of Ennio (1928-2020) Inspirational 🤔😎😢
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Dave Norris Jul 19
Sunday Morning Listening...
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Nikos Bogris Jul 18
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Marty Whelan Jul 17
Have a listen back to this interview from today. Go on treat yourself 🙂
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Marty Whelan Jul 16
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Bobby Castro Jul 22
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fabrice pandolfi Jul 9
Ennio and Sergio , Rome 1937
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Andymack Jul 15
Tonight's washing up soundtrack. A beautiful Japanese issue of A Fistful of Dollars.
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Piero Tonin Jul 16
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Bobby Castro Jul 12
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Joseph Kishore for President 2020 #socialism2020 Jul 8
The most comprehensive and moving summation of the life and work of Ennio , who died Monday at the age of 91.
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Ralph McLean Jul 8
Tons of on the show tonight. What tracks from the Maestro would you like to hear?
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