Friday, March 18, 2011

Cinema Paradiso


One of  my all time favorite movies is the classic Italian film Cinema Paradiso by director Giuseppe Tornatore and it also happens to be one of my father's favorites too (it's special to him cos when he was young, he used to go to the cinema a lot by himself). And from the movie came one of my favorite cello pieces and it's a duet with trumpet. It's a very very beautiful tune written by Ennio Morricone...it's one of the many reasons why I learn and play the cello cos it's beautiful....this one's played by Yoyo Ma and Chris Botti on the trumpet...

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jason said...

Yes, this rates highly on my list of all time favourites too! Still remember watching this at Picturehouse in 1990 or 1991. The 155 mins just went by in a flash. One of many movies that invokes quite some emotions be it via the haunting score from Morricone or that bond between the cinema operator and boy which transcends through the years! *sniff sniff*

Jess said...

The cello and trumpet duet was just beautiful. Thanks for that :)

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