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After Tarantino score, Morricone readies world tourThe maestro has a bad back and his memory may not be what it was but the man behind some of the most famous film music ever can still keep Quentin Tarantino waiting.Tarantino "has done a beautiful, interesting, original film and I treated it differently from what I did for Leone, not like a Western but like a free film.After attending music school there, he went on to compose hit Italian pop songs, and then got into the Italy's film industry in its heyday in the 1960s.He has since composed music for films like "Once Upon a Time in America" (1984) as well as "The Mission" (1986), both starring Robert de Niro.At London's Abbey Road Studios – made famous as the preferred recording venue for The Beatles – Maestro Morricone picked up his baton this week to direct an orchestra for part of "The Hateful Eight" score, which was being recorded for a limited edition release.
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