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Discutiamo, discutiamo: Ennio Morricone
Moderated by Alberto Dentice and Irene Bignardi
Is there a difference between applied and absolute art? How do you remain
free as a creator within the constraints of a commission? No one knew it
better than Ennio Morricone, the great Roman composer who, with over 400
scores to his name, inspired generations of musicians inside and outside
the film world. He discussed it with us in 2003 within the context of the
In Progress section dedicated to the relationship between cinema and
music, starting from medieval church music and arriving at his experiences
with Italian Westerns, complete with musical interludes on the piano.