Il Silenzio (The Silence) is an instrumental piece, with a small spoken Italian lyric, notable for its trumpet theme. It was written in 1965 (see "Origin" below) by trumpet player Nini Rosso and Guglielmo Brezza, its thematic melody being an extension of the same Italian Cavalry bugle call used by the Russian composer Tchaikovsky to open his Capriccio Italien (often mistaken for the . military bugle call "Taps").
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Sticker in Front: IL GRANDE SILENZIO ENNIO MORRICONE The legendary soundtrack composed by the Maestro ENNIO MORRICONE for IL GRANDE SILENZIO, directed in 1968 by SERGIO CORBUCCI and staring Jean Louis Trintigant and Klaus Kinski. A melancholic, emotive score, deeply moving and cold as the snow covered landscape of the film, is considered one of the best "western" work by Morricone since the collaboration with Sergio Leone.
Redirected from Il grande silenzio). The Great Silence (Italian: Il grande silenzio) is a 1968 revisionist Spaghetti Western film directed and co-written by Sergio Corbucci.