Posts Tagged ‘Soundtrack

07
Nov
08

Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 1

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Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 1

Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 1

Temas

*-01 – Art Tatum and his Orchestra) – My ideal.mp3

*-02 – Harry James and his Orchestra – You made me love you.mp3

*-03 – Harry James and his Orchestra – I’ve heard that song before.mp3

*-04 – Count Basie and his Orchestra – The trot.mp3

*-05 – Wiener Symphoniker – Rhapsodie in blue.mp3

*-06 – Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra – Keepin’ out of mischief now.mp3

*-07 – Harry James and his Orchestra – The flight of the bumblebee.mp3

*-08 – Benny Goodman Quartet) – Body and soul.mp3

*-09 – Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) – In the mood.mp3

*-10 – Artie Shaw and his Orchestra) – Begin the beguine.mp3

*-11 – Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra – Opus one.mp3

*-12 – Benny Goodman and his Orchestra – Goodbye.mp3

Link

RBerdi_WoodyAllen-SoundtrackMusicW.A.Movie_s-P1.rar
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Publicaciones anterioriores

Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 2

Woody Allen – and His New Orleans Jazz Band – Wild Man Blues

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01
Oct
08

Chicago – Original Soundtrack – 2002

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Chicago – Original Soundtrack

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Maurine Watkins’ satirical play Chicago has gone through several permutations since it opened at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway on December 30, 1926.

There was a silent movie version in 1927, followed by a sound film called Roxie Hart starring Ginger Rogers in 1942.

In 1975, director/choreographer Bob Fosse and the songwriting team of John Kander and Fred Ebb brought a darker vision to the story of a murderess who achieves acquittal due to publicity and slick lawyering, and their musical ran 898 performances back on Broadway.

But the show really came into its own in 1996 when, in the wake of the O.J. Simpson trial, a revival was mounted that was still running on Broadway six years later when this movie version of the musical was released.

The story and setting are perfect for Kander & Ebb, who delight in using musical pastiches of the interwar era to underlie a deeply pessimistic world view in such works as Cabaret.

Indeed, listeners will be much reminded of that earlier score by this one, in which each character gets one or more hot jazz-style numbers to illuminate his or her villainy.

What may surprise listeners is how effective the principals — Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, and John C. Reilly — are, given that none of them are known for their singing abilities.

Modern studio techniques can do wonders, of course, making actual dubbing virtually unnecessary, but the actors really throw themselves into these performances.

Less impressive are the extraneous songs (not actually featured in the film) tacked on at the end, presumably to expand the album’s commercial appeal, including a rap by Queen Latifah (who co-stars in the film) and Lil’ Kim, and a musically irrelevant dance tune by Anastacia that wasn’t even written by Kander & Ebb.
~ William Ruhlmann ~ William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide

Temas

01 – Overture – nd all that .mp3

02 – Funny honey.mp3

03 – When you’re good to mama.mp3

04 – Cell block tango.mp3

05 – All i care about.mp3

06 – We both reached for the gun.mp3

07 – Roxie.mp3

08 – I can’t do it alone.mp3

09 – Mister cellophane.mp3

10 – Razzle dazzle.mp3

11 – Class.mp3

12 – Nowadays (Roxie).mp3

13 – Nowadays.mp3

14 – I move on.mp3

15 – After midnight.mp3

17 – Cell block tango.mp3

18 – Love is a crime.mp3

Link

RBerdi_Chicago-OrigSound.rar

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31
Ago
08

Chicago – Original Soundtrack – 2002

Chicago – Original Soundtrack



Maurine Watkins’ satirical play Chicago has gone through several permutations since it opened at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway on December 30, 1926.

There was a silent movie version in 1927, followed by a sound film called Roxie Hart starring Ginger Rogers in 1942.

In 1975, director/choreographer Bob Fosse and the songwriting team of John Kander and Fred Ebb brought a darker vision to the story of a murderess who achieves acquittal due to publicity and slick lawyering, and their musical ran 898 performances back on Broadway.

But the show really came into its own in 1996 when, in the wake of the O.J. Simpson trial, a revival was mounted that was still running on Broadway six years later when this movie version of the musical was released.

The story and setting are perfect for Kander & Ebb, who delight in using musical pastiches of the interwar era to underlie a deeply pessimistic world view in such works as Cabaret.

Indeed, listeners will be much reminded of that earlier score by this one, in which each character gets one or more hot jazz-style numbers to illuminate his or her villainy.

What may surprise listeners is how effective the principals — Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, and John C. Reilly — are, given that none of them are known for their singing abilities.

Modern studio techniques can do wonders, of course, making actual dubbing virtually unnecessary, but the actors really throw themselves into these performances.

Less impressive are the extraneous songs (not actually featured in the film) tacked on at the end, presumably to expand the album’s commercial appeal, including a rap by Queen Latifah (who co-stars in the film) and Lil’ Kim, and a musically irrelevant dance tune by Anastacia that wasn’t even written by Kander & Ebb.
~ William Ruhlmann ~ William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide

Temas

01 – overture – nd all that .mp3
02 – funny honey.mp3
03 – when you’re good to mama.mp3
04 – cell block tango.mp3
05 – all i care about.mp3
06 – we both reached for the gun.mp3
07 – roxie.mp3
08 – i can’t do it alone.mp3
09 – mister cellophane.mp3
10 – razzle dazzle.mp3
11 – class.mp3
12 – nowadays (roxie).mp3
13 – nowadays.mp3
14 – i move on.mp3
15 – after midnight.mp3
17 – cell block tango.mp3
18 – love is a crime.mp3

Link

http://rapidshare.com/files/37390639/RBerdi_Chicago-OrigSound.rar

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02
Dic
07

Claude Bolling – Borsalino – Soundtrack – 1970

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Claude Bolling

Exepcional pianista francés, compositor, arreglador, y en algunas ocasiones, actor.
Nació en Cannes, estudió en el Conservatorio Nice, luego en París.

Era un niño prodigio: a los 14 años ya tocaba jazz profesionalmente, con Lionel Hampton, Roy Eldridge y Kenny Clarke.
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Lleva escritas obras para más de cien películas, la mayoría de ellas francesas, entre ellas, un documental sobre el Festival de Cine de Cannes, la película Borsalino (1970), y California Suite (1979).

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Claude Bolling – Borsalino – Soundtrack – 1970

Temas

01 – thème.mp3

02 – art déco 1925.mp3

03 – la planque.mp3

04 – la réussite.mp3

05 – escalade.mp3

06 – tango marseillais.mp3

07 – les roses.mp3

08 – prends-moi matelot.mp3

09 – générique.mp3

10 – lola tango.mp3

11 – les années folles.mp3

12 – exoticana.mp3

13 – borsalino blues.mp3
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Link
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RBerdi_ClaudeBolling-Borsalino-Soundtrack-70.rar
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Publicación Anterior y Biografía
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Claude Bolling – Original Ragtime
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Publicaciones afines a Ragtime
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Ragtime – Consideraciones generales
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Scott Joplin – Piano Rags – By Benjamin Loeb – Volumen 2
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30
Nov
07

Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 2

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Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 2

Temas

*-13 – Frank Sinatra – If you are but a dream .mp3

*-14 – Harry James and his Orchestra – September song .mp3

*-15 – Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra – I’m getting sentimental overy .mp3

*-16 – Glenn Miller and his Orchestra – American patrol.mp3

*-17 – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Take the ‘a’ train .mp3

*-18 – Carmen Miranda – South American Way .mp3

*-19 – Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra – Stardust .mp3

*-20 – Chick Webb and his Orchestra – If dreams come true .mp3

*-21 – Django Reinhardt Trio – I’ll see you in my dreams .mp3

*-22 – Hamburg Symphony Orchestra – Wedding March.mp3

*-23 – Dooley Wilson – As time goes by.mp3
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28
Nov
07

Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 1

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Woody Allen – Soundtrack Music from Woody Allen Movie´s – Part 1

Temas

*-01 – Art Tatum and his Orchestra) – My ideal.mp3

*-02 – Harry James and his Orchestra – You made me love you.mp3

*-03 – Harry James and his Orchestra – I’ve heard that song before.mp3

*-04 – Count Basie and his Orchestra – The trot.mp3

*-05 – Wiener Symphoniker – Rhapsodie in blue.mp3

*-06 – Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra – Keepin’ out of mischief now.mp3

*-07 – Harry James and his Orchestra – The flight of the bumblebee.mp3

*-08 – Benny Goodman Quartet) – Body and soul.mp3

*-09 – Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) – In the mood.mp3

*-10 – Artie Shaw and his Orchestra) – Begin the beguine.mp3

*-11 – Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra – Opus one.mp3

*-12 – Benny Goodman and his Orchestra – Goodbye.mp3

Link

RBerdi_WoodyAllen-SoundtrackMusicW.A.Movie_s-P1.rar
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Publicación Anterior
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Woody Allen – and His New Orleans Jazz Band – Wild Man Blues
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21
Sep
07

Banda sonora

Hagamos primero un somero repaso de la terminología empleada en lo que se denomina banda sonora, para luego pasar a nuestro ejemplo concreto que es la música escrita e interpretada por Litto Nebbia para una película.

Por música cinematográfica se entiende toda música compuesta para un filme. Podría pensarse en un primer momento que no hay ninguna diferencia entre el término música cinematográfica y el de banda sonora.
Esto es un grave error, pues la música es parte de la banda de imagen sonora, que funciona en paralelo a la banda de imagen visual, y lleva además las voces y los efectos de sonido.
El cine funciona en este constante paralelismo entre sonido e imagen, y la primera es vital para entender la segunda.
Es por esto que la música compuesta para el cine tiene sus propias características, distintas a la de todo otro tipo de composición musical.

Banda Sonora Original (BSO), en inglés Original Soundtrack (OST), a veces simplemente conocido como soundtrack, como también se la conoce muy a menudo en el argot cinematográfico simplemente como banda sonora.

Tecnicamente banda sonora es toda la parte sonora y resultado de la edición de diferentes pistas de sonido, ya sea palabras, sonidos y música de una obra o que la acompaña en paralelo.

Normalmente, en cambio, y con algunas raras excepciones, el término alude solamente a la música de un film o a la comercialización de los temas musicales de una obra como videojuegos, programas de televisión y radio.

Desde un punto de vista musical, se entiende como banda sonora original aquella música tanto vocal como instrumental compuesta expresamente para una película, cumpliendo como función la de potenciar aquellas emociones que las imágenes por sí solas no son capaces de expresar.

Música incidental es la música que acompaña una obra teatral, un programa de televisión, un programa radial, un videojuego y otras formas que no son en principio musicales.

El término es menos frecuentemente aplicado a la música de cine, pues a ésta se le llama más a menudo banda sonora, banda sonora original (BSO), música cinematográfica o soundtrack (OST).

La música incidental es con frecuencia “música de fondo”, y crea una atmósfera para la acción. Puede incluir obras que agreguen mayor interés al público, por ejemplo obertura, o música que se interprete entre los cambios de escena.

También puede requerir músicos que la interpreten en vivo en el escenario.
El uso de música incidental data de la antigüedad y proviene del drama griego.
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