Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score

Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone

Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone! Ennio Morricone won the Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score award for the soundtrack for the “Hateful Eight” directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Ennio Morricone said that he had an absolute creative artistic freedom to write the soundtrack for this movie. Quentin didn’t give him any clues or directions, so Ennio was able to use his talent and imagination to write a soundtrack as he felt it should be. His wish was to compose a music that would faithfully portray the characters and perfectly suit the movie itself.

Quentin Tarantino himself accepted the award and took the opportunity to say that Ennio Morricone was his favorite composer. This is now the third Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score for Ennio Morricone, who won the awards before for the movies “The Mission” and “The legend of 1990“.

Ennio Morricone is certainly one of the most popular film music composers in the movie industry. How to even portray the rich career of this famous composer, conductor, and orchestrator? He has worked with many, many famous names, composing songs for Andrea Bocelli, Mina, Zucchero and Paul Anka.

He has composed over 500 scores for television and cinema and he is famous for his music for westerns. His soundtracks for “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” is one of the most influential soundtracks  in history. It was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame. He also worked on “Once Upon a Time in the West”, “The Big Gundown” and “Faccia a faccia” and with very well known authors such as Sergio Corbucci, Duccio Tessari, and Sergio Sollima.

The other films that he composed the music for are some of the very known names: “The Untouchables”, “In the Line of Fire”, “Ripley’s game”, “Exorcist II”, “Mission to Mars”, “Bugsy”, “The Best Offer”… It is a very long list of motion pictures that he worked on.

Some of his best compositions include “The extasy of gold”, “Man with a Harmonica” and “Here’s to You”. In Hollywood, he worked with Quentin Tarantino, Brian de Palma, Oliver Stone, John Carpenter, Barry Levinson and Don Siegel.

In many famous series, his music was reused like in “The Simpsons” and “The Sopranos” and in the movies “Inglourious bastards” and “Django Unchained”.

Ennio Morricone sold over 70 million records worldwide and in 2007 he received the Academy Honorary award for his contributions to the film music. Some of the prestigious awards were given to this astonishing composer: Grammy Awards, BAFTA Awards, European Film Awards and many else…

There is no question that Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score went to the right hands! Enjoy listening to the masterpieces of this famous artists and enjoy the movies with his signature for music! Congrats to Golden Globes 2016 Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone.