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« Reply #15 on: December 10, 2014, 06:30:48 PM »

Google allows you to view pages from this book, although it skips tons of pages as well. I found this just skimming through but it looks like it goes track by track in the book so perhaps there is info on the grotto score? When I get a chance I'll look again...

Edit* it looks like this book is available as a kindle edition, which is sweet, 35$ which is not so sweet but I might pull the trigger...

A certain Mr Jenkins on the forum apparently has a copy of the book...

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« Reply #16 on: December 11, 2014, 11:27:05 AM »

"Il grotto" is the 2nd half of track 5 titled, "Il ponte di corde" (aka "The rope bridge") on the expanded GDM CD soundtrack.

http://enniomorricone-ilmaestro.blogspot.ca/2010/07/good-bad-and-ugly-il-buono-il-brutto-il.html

Why -on that link http://enniomorricone-ilmaestro.blogspot.ca/2010/07/good-bad-and-ugly-il-buono-il-brutto-il.html
 - does it state "Definitive 4 CD Edition" ?  I have the first CD pictured (the GDM) and it's one disc.

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« Reply #17 on: December 11, 2014, 02:21:38 PM »

For a shorter read , don't forget my Film Score Monthly article posted on this site!
bruce

http://www.fistful-of-leone.com/forums/index.php?topic=11849.0

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« Reply #18 on: January 02, 2015, 06:58:08 AM »

I saw pieces of GBU yesterday while doing work at home (Cinemax, 380 minute version, not letterboxed), and absolutely the film was designed from ground up to coordinate with music, not just the end scenes.  First example is Angel Eyes arrival at Stevens' home, how he turns his head exactly in time with the music; very likely that the music was already written and the scene timed to the music.  Another example might be Tuco smoking Blondie's cigar found in the campfire.  I'm sure there are more....

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« Reply #19 on: January 02, 2015, 11:53:42 AM »

I saw pieces of GBU yesterday while doing work at home (Cinemax, 380 minute version, not letterboxed), and absolutely the film was designed from ground up to coordinate with music, not just the end scenes.  First example is Angel Eyes arrival at Stevens' home, how he turns his head exactly in time with the music; very likely that the music was already written and the scene timed to the music.  Another example might be Tuco smoking Blondie's cigar found in the campfire.  I'm sure there are more....

Yes, the film is very much like an extended music video. The film score books contains a quote from Wallach who says the only scene they played music on set for was the beating scene (since the actors needed to mime singing the song)

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