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Album Review

The third entry in the irreverent Western saga enlists composer Alessandro Alessandroni, and in defiance of conventional wisdom, Trinity Goes East represents the most engaging and inventive score in the series to date. A quintessential spaghetti Western soundtrack in the grand tradition of Ennio Morricone, it's the rare tribute that actually adds something of substance to the tradition it honors. Employing an arsenal of instruments spanning from flamenco guitar to barroom piano to melancholy trumpet, Alessandroni builds each theme with painterly precision. His melodies are wrought from leather, whiskey, and dust, capturing the essence of the genre with uncommon finesse.


Born: 1925 in Soriano nel Cimino, Italy

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Alessandro Alessandroni isn't a household name in popular or film music, but his contributions to the two fields have made his work among the most familiar of any musician to emerge since the 1950s. Born in Soriano nel Cimino, north of Rome, in 1925, Alessandroni never aspired to formal music training -- he was entirely self-taught, and started learning the guitar and the mandolin by listening to and watching the men who made music at the family's barber shop. He listened to classical music on his...
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