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For almost sixty years, Ennio Morricone had been completely devoted to writing film music. The man with film scores passed away at the age of 91, on July 6, But where did the story start? We take a look at the origins of a composer who became a major cultural phenomenon in the mids, in particular thanks to the films of Sergio Leone. Composing for the screen demands a taste and a skill for all styles: from disco for a nightclub scene, to a madrigal for a period drama, the cinema musician has to be ready for anything.