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Encyclopedia > La Piovra 4 (soundtrack)

By : Ennio Morricone Movie : La Piovra Ennio Morricone (born November 10, 1928) is an Italian composer, especially noted for his film scores. ... La Piovra La Piovra (eng. ...


Released in: 1989 Country: Italy


Track listing

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La Piovra Soundtrack
  1. Arresto (02:33)
  2. Nel Covo (02:14)
  3. Intimamente (03:18) Vocal By Edda Dell'Orso
  4. Esther (04:10)
  5. Una Pietra Sopra (03:20)
  6. Morto Di Un Giusto (02:04)
  7. Troppo Tardi (03:22)
  8. Concentrazione (03:18)
  9. Per An-Na (02:28) Composed with Andrea Morricone

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Ennio Morricone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (721 words)
However it is for his Western film scores that he is best known, and his sparse style of composition for the genre is particularly exemplified by the soundtrack for the classic film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Sergio Leone, 1966).
He received his first nomination for an Academy Award in 1979 for the score to Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick, 1978) and another in 1986 for The Mission, 1987 for The Untouchables (Brian De Palma, 1987), 1991 for Bugsy (Barry Levinson, 1991) and 2001 for Malèna (Giuseppe Tornatore, 2000).
He composed over two dozen scores for the Italian Mafia TV series La Piovra.
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