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Famous composer Ennio Morricone makes music for LG smartphones


Korean manufacturer LG is incorporating music composed by famous composer, Ennio Morricone, to its smartphones starting with the Optimus 2X which was announced last week. Fifteen ringtones and ten of the best-known tunes are pre-loaded on the hand-helds and there are plans to develop apps related to the renowned composer.

LG today announced the release of an exclusive collection of music and ringtones composed by movie soundtrack maestro Ennio Morricone. The first such collaboration of its kinds, both newly composed pieces as well as a selection from Morricone’s legendary oeuvre, including Cinema Paradiso, The Mission and Love Affair, will be included in the collection.

Born in Italy, Morricone is one of the most prolific and influential film composers in the world. He has composed and arranged scores for more than 500 films and TV programs over his illustrious career.

The exclusive music will be preloaded on LG smartphones starting with the LG Optimus 2X which is set to debut next month in Europe. LG smartphone users will be able to enjoy a total of 25 of Morricone’s creations — 15 ringtones composed specifically for LG and 10 of his best-known tunes from the world of cinema. In addition, the company also plans to develop apps with Morricone-related content such as images and video clips for free from the LG Application Store (http://www.lgapplication.com/) starting next year.

Source: Korea Newswire

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