When we were whisked away in the galloping theme of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, I could feel the horse under me and the dust; the spray of dirt, and the smell of the desert air! I could see the blue sky, the racing terrain, and adventurers astride their stallions gripping the reins and gleaming revolvers; their ten gallons-shadowing thier rugged, confident, and grimacing faces! All the while I felt and heard the speeding clip-clop of hooves!
Amber and I both sat forward, quite often, clutching the opera glasses, and on the egde of our seatsㅡas if watching a big screen thriller! Moricone’s conducting was visually ‘bombastic’ and powerful, gracful and beautiful, controled and supernatural, silent and tranquil, like a gentle breeze!
The music was the sound of cheek-streams, waterfalls, cherrubs, and swashbucklers, clouds and thunder storms; sighs and graceful balledeering, herralds and whispers!
Next I want to see Yoko Kano, Kitaro, and John Williams?
Sincerely wishing you love, peace, and joy,