The whistles, gunshots and tolls of bells accompanied unusual instruments to create a new musical language rendered epic. It was the genius Ennio Morricone who reinvented the classic soundtracks of John Ford and company tapes. The series This is how the Spaghetti Western sounds, organized by Filmoteca Canaria and Fimucité (Tenerife International Film Music Festival), seeks to pay tribute to that legacy with the screening of five films of a genre that, reviled in its time, now has a own and special entity. The first screening, The Return of Ringo, will be tomorrow at Espacio La Granja, at 7:00 p.m.
This is how Spaghetti Western sounds, it was born with the intention of remembering the music of the great Ennio Morricone, but also the authors who followed him, such as Luis Bacalov, Nora Orlandi, the brothers Guido and Maurizio de Angelis or the recently deceased Spanish teacher, Antón García. April. The cycle will last until October 28.