The Redeye Complex
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
The New York Times talks to Ennio Morricone where he reveals some secrets.
“I have studied the expressive methods of the entire history of musical composition,” he said. “At times I turn more toward light music, at times I turn more toward serious music. I mingle things, and sometimes I turn into a chameleon. We are living in a modern world, and in contemporary music the central fact is contamination, not the contamination of disease but the contamination of musical styles. If you find this in me, that is good.”
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