"Una croce" by Ennio Morricone
"Una croce" screen print by Ennio Morricone.
- Print number: 12/100
- Printed on paper
- Dimensions: 50x50 cm
- Year: 2010
Ennio Morricone is rightly considered the world’s greatest living film composer, a legend whose work has reached far beyond the scorched desert-scapes of Almeria (A Few Dollars More) and the tumultuous waters of Iguazu Falls (The Mission).
Much sought after by filmmakers the world over for his matchless versatility and productivity, Morricone’s innovative soundworks and truly exhaustive range of musical styles have complemented practically every conceivable movie genre there is.However, he has not solely restricted himself to the silver screen, having created some remarkable signature pieces for radio and theatre.
Fondly referred to as il maestro by his peers, Morricone is just that: a master of his craft, a true virtuoso, effortlessly interweaving contrasting styles to produce some of the most sublime music of our day.
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