For A Few Dollars More / E. Morricone
Hire the music material for this 1970ies soundtrack to “Per qualche dollaro in più”. Morricone’s music for Leone represents the most outlandishly creative and brilliant film music ever written. The remarkable thing is how well it works – both with the operatic excesses of the films, and live in concert with large orchestra.
The music from this low-budget, Italian-produced western should be amongst the most famous written for films is testimony to the remarkable ability this composer had to capture a mood and provide the soundtrack to a generation.
Instrumentation: 3, 3, 3, 3 – 4, 3, 3, 1 – timp, 4perc, e-guit (also banjo), e-bass, synth, hp str,- chorus – specials: soprano & alto recorder, human whistle