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A Few Words With Ennio Morricone

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Italian composer Daniele Luppi (left) and Danger Mouse during recording sessions for their new album Rome. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi Discuss New Album, 'Rome'

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Morricone Recognized for Impact on Movie Music

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This Time, Morricone Is an Oscar Lock

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History of Westerns with Christopher Frayling

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