EuroArts is back with a fistful of Dynamite!
The Morricone Duel – Perhaps the most dangerous live concert ever heard.
The Morricone Duel © Kim Matthai Leland
Inglourious Basterds © Kim Matthai Leland
Kill Bill © Kim Matthai Leland
Which composer's music sounds just like titles to his compositions?
That's correct: It's of course the music of Ennio Morricone!
Watch the most dangerous concert you have ever heard!
The Wild West meets the soulful sound of Italy. Fearless New York gangsters meet cowboys from the dusty prairie. Godfather meets Taxi Driver. And the magic of cinema meets the rich sound of a first-class symphony orchestra.
This exclusive live concert production presents a unique selection of movie classics - from Sergio Leone’s iconic Spaghetti Westerns to modern mafia masterpieces by Francis Ford Coppola and the cult movies of Quentin Tarantino. The Danish National Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Sarah Hicks and joined by a fistful of strong guest artists for this premiere performance of the authentic soundtracks by composer legends Ennio Morricone, Nino Rota, Sonny Bono and Bernard Herrmann.
Enjoy the evocative sound of timeless movies in their original instrumentation as well the stunning visual framework of the DR Concert Hall, Copenhagen.
Save the date: Ennio Morricone will celebrate his 90th birthday on November 10th 2018!
Production year 2018
Duration 75 mins
Production Company The Danish National Symphony Orchestra
Distribution TV EuroArts Music International
Distribution DVD EuroArts
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