1966 - BEST MUSIC

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Ennio Morricone
A classmate of director Sergio Leone with whom he would form one of the great director/composer partnerships (right up there with Eisenstein & Prokofiev, Hitchcock & Herrmann, Fellini & Rota), Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, where he specialized in trumpet. His first film scores were relatively undistinguished...
“ Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo ” - cinemavis
 
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Tôru Takemitsu
Composer, Ran
“ Tanin no kao ” - cinemavis
 
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Toshirô Mayuzumi
One of the most acclaimed composers of the Japanese cinema, Toshirô Mayuzumi was born in Yokohama. He studied composition, harmony, counterpoint, orchestration, piano and conducting at the Tokyo University of Art and Music, graduating cum laude in 1951. The following year he received a scholarship from the French government to study composition further at the Conservatoire de Paris...
“ The Bible: In the Beginning... ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Andrey Rublev ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Apa ” - cinemavis
 
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“ La caza ” - cinemavis
 
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Ennio Morricone
A classmate of director Sergio Leone with whom he would form one of the great director/composer partnerships (right up there with Eisenstein & Prokofiev, Hitchcock & Herrmann, Fellini & Rota), Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, where he specialized in trumpet. His first film scores were relatively undistinguished...
“ La resa dei conti ” - cinemavis
 
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Georges Auric
Composer, Roman Holiday
At the least George Auric was a fine musician, having been a child prodigy, but he was much more in the musical world. He studied under Vincent D'Indy (a devotee of Cesar Franck and the German school of symphonic composition) and attended the Paris Conservatory (1920). By the time he was 20 he had orchestrated and written incidental music for ballets and the stage...
“ La grande vadrouille ” - cinemavis
 
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“ Bariera ” - cinemavis