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« : February 21, 2003, 02:52:43 PM »

Do you know other examples about great and long associations between filmakers and musicians?

For example
- Leone/Morricone (obviously)
- Spielberg/Williams
- Herzog/Popol Vuh
- Tim Burton/Danny Elfman


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« #1 : February 22, 2003, 08:33:29 AM »

Obviously, Michael Curiz and Erich Korngold (Adventures of Robin Hood, Captain Blood, Sea Hawk, etc.)  and James Bond films and John Barry.  By the way, these two film "series" have similar comedy "quips" and music use as do the later-appearing Leone films, not a coincidence at all in my mind.

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« #2 : December 06, 2003, 10:22:10 AM »

There are many great relationships between a composer and a director. Spielberg/Williams, Hitchcock/Hermann, Coen Brothers/Carter Burwell, Cronenberg/Howard Shore, etc. In my mind, there is no doubt that Sergio Leone/Ennio Morricone is the greatest of all time, but which one would be placed second. Or does anyone on this board have the nerve to place somebody above Leone/Morricone.

My pick for the second place would probably be Lynch/Badalamenti. I can't imagine Lynch's latest films without Badalamenti's wonderful score, and I don't think Badalamenti would be very famous today hadn't it been for Lynch. You can say the same thing about Ennio Morricone and Sergio Leone.


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« #3 : December 06, 2003, 04:08:41 PM »

blake edwards & henry mancini

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« #4 : December 13, 2003, 09:19:28 AM »

Werner Herzog and Popol Vuh.


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« #5 : December 13, 2003, 11:01:29 AM »

Roman Polanski / Krzysztof Komeda.


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« #6 : December 14, 2003, 09:43:00 AM »

Recently relationship: Ridley Scott and Hans Zimmer.


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« #7 : December 14, 2003, 01:04:49 PM »

Robert Zemeckis/Alan Silvestri

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« #8 : December 14, 2003, 03:46:38 PM »

Here are guys Morricone used to work together a lot in his early days: Pasolini (who was radical Communist)Bertolucci(Who is known as liberal) Taviani brothers(A bit of Revolutionaries) Elio Petri(another Marxist)Gillo Pontecorvo(Anarchist??) Sergio Leone(Philosopher)



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« #9 : December 15, 2003, 01:35:53 AM »

john schlesinger/ john barry/fred neil/toots theilemans.
and who can forget 'orange jusic on ice" by fred huddelson.  ;D  this combo  really helped oscar weiner
"midnight cowboy".   ;D

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« #10 : December 19, 2003, 02:52:54 PM »

"Here are guys Morricone used to work together a lot in his early days: Pasolini (who was radical Communist)Bertolucci(Who is known as liberal) Taviani brothers(A bit of Revolutionaries) Elio Petri(another Marxist)Gillo Pontecorvo(Anarchist??) Sergio Leone(Philosopher)".

Klaatu: this prooves that Music is far beyond any kind of idea.

Is music the most elevated of all arts? I think so.

What do you guys think?



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« #11 : December 20, 2003, 10:04:19 AM »

"Here are guys Morricone used to work together a lot in his early days: Pasolini (who was radical Communist)Bertolucci(Who is known as liberal) Taviani brothers(A bit of Revolutionaries) Elio Petri(another Marxist)Gillo Pontecorvo(Anarchist??) Sergio Leone(Philosopher)".

Klaatu: this prooves that Music is far beyond any kind of idea.

Is music the most elevated of all arts? I think so.

What do you guys think?


I also think if Morricone had any ideological preferance it must be philanthropism. His music simply bring in  much sense of humanity whatever movie he worked for.

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« #12 : December 23, 2003, 01:39:32 PM »

Hard to say. I don't know anything about Morricone's personal life. He is a very "family" man, like any italian I suppose.

I don't know I we have the right to suppose that he is a philantropist, or a communist or a fascist. I really don't know.

But when his music makes you cry, you say to yourself that this guy is something.


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« #13 : January 06, 2004, 02:05:56 AM »

Last evening I watched  THEOREMA by PASOLINI.It was the first  since 1969.
Two remarks:

-It is a wonderful movie .Very mystic
-Ennio Morricone music is without interest , Mozart extracts are stronger.

I 'm not sure the couple PASOLINI/MORRICONE worked well.

Have anybody some informations about ?-


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« #14 : May 12, 2007, 09:54:06 PM »

Although many of us will probably pick Ennio Morricone for composer, let's just leave him out of this topic and make it interesting. Just pretend Ennio is retired. Anyway, here's my pick...

Martin Scorsese/Thomas Newman.




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