23 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Perhaps no composer has had a greater impact on contemporary film composition than Ennio Morricone, and he collects his own finest moments in this transcendent celebration of 60 years of classics. A new recording of the sentimental “Gabriel’s Oboe” with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra shows off one of his most affecting melodies, while his western scores still sound as heroic as ever.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Perhaps no composer has had a greater impact on contemporary film composition than Ennio Morricone, and he collects his own finest moments in this transcendent celebration of 60 years of classics. A new recording of the sentimental “Gabriel’s Oboe” with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra shows off one of his most affecting melodies, while his western scores still sound as heroic as ever.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
7 Ratings
7 Ratings
Jeyaganesh ,

Great soundtracks

This new recordings of iconic soundtracks are fantastic.

JackRSkellington ,

Misleading Collection, Same old music

Decca leads you to believe that this is a new recording made at Abbey Road in London but it's not. The music was recorded all over the place.
Not to mention it's the same old greatest hits. Just make your own playlist of your favorite Morricone. I'm totally disappointed and confounded as why Decca and Morricone, starting a new relationship would go with such a dud.
With that said, of course i love The music. It's just that it's been recorded dozens of times already.

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