What they have in common the screams of an elephant, the cries of exotic birds in a forest, a chorus of voices without accompaniment, an experimental music, the themes of superimposed flutes and Straddle mounted on each other in a phantasmagoria of sound and a chorus of children "ContemporaneaMente"? Only a name: Ennio Morricone.

The great Maestro Ennio Morricone during his long professional career, he has created a wide range of musical genres earning the nickname largest versatile composer of all time. At eighty-seven years on the night of the Oscars, the Maestro Ennio Morricone was deeply moved, he finally won the famous statuette for the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino's film "The Hateful Eight". Receiving the award Maestro Ennio Morricone said: "I thank the Academy for the prestigious award but there's major music if there is not a great film that inspires, so thank Quentin Tarantino for choosing me and I dedicate this victory to my wife Maria. " "As far as I'm concerned - the director Quentin Tarantino has said - The Maestro Ennio Morricone is my favorite composer and when I talk about a composer, I do not mean a musician who writes soundtracks for film, but I'm talking about big names like Mozart, Beethoven , Schubert ..... " While listening to this LP unpublished, you will understand the infinite capacity and versatility to the invention of the great Master Morricone in compositional construction, always different, and the particular color that gives every note of his compositions. ContemporaneaMente is the Maestro Ennio Morricone. -Ivana Mattei

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03. Sport M1
04. Lamenti notturni (vers. lunga)
05. Ballata dei pupazzi di legno
06. Volkswagen
07. Urla al tramonto (vers. lunga)
08. Adagio Sacrale N°1 (solo coro)
09. Dormiveglia
10. Canto della campana stonata (seconda versione)
11. Sport M 5

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