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368 pages, simply titled Morricone, a sprawling — and rather massive looking — catalogue raisonné centered on the Ennio Morricone extensive discography, this is actually the first comprehensive publication dedicated to his film music, which was able to take shape thanks to the boundless archive of the great cinema expert Maurizio Baroni. A volume that collects many things together: the path of his exceptional career as a film composer through texts and images of which many unpublished, the testimony of great personalities of Italian and foreign cinema, the celebration of a Master without equal (contributions from some of Morricone's most celebrated collaborators, including Dario Argento, Nicola Piovani, Edda Dell'Orso and even John Carpenter).
*Written in Italian language
Featuring cover art by Luca Barcellona, 368-page 22 x 30.5 cm book, with more than 550 images, knowledgeably accompanied by texts written by journalist, soundtracks expert Germano Barban, along with the heartfelt interventions of great directors, famous actors and singers, thus offering some behind-the-scenes anecdotes to document the extraordinary success and the reasons for the influence that Ennio Morricone exerted on the collective imagination through his music.