Trovati 225 documenti.
Trovati 225 documenti.
[S.l.] : WaterTower Music : Sony classical, 2017
Abstract: Hans Zimmer began working on the score in 2016. For intensity, the script was written to accommodate the auditory illusion of a Shepard tone, which had previously been explored in Nolan's 2006 film The Prestige. This was coupled with the sound of Nolan's own pocket watch, which he recorded and sent to Zimmer to be synthesised. Additional music was provided by Lorne Balfe, Andrew Kawczynski, Steve Mazzaro, and Benjamin Wallfisch (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Sony Music : Columbia, 2017
Abstract: Lazarus is a musical with music and lyrics composed by David Bowie. First performed at the end of 2015, it was one of the last works Bowie completed before his death on 10 January 2016. The musical is inspired by Walter Tevis's novel The Man Who Fell to Earth; Bowie previously starred in the 1976 film adaptation of the same name, directed by Nicolas Roeg. Lazarus premiered in New York followed by a season in London. On 21 October 2016, the original cast recording, Lazarus, was released. The album also features three previously unreleased songs from Bowie, among the last he recorded prior to his death. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Dodicilune, 2016
Milano : 22publishing, 2016
[S.l.] : Erato : Warner Classics, 2015
Abstract: La colonna sonora del film HUMAN, un documentario di bruciante attualità diretto da Yann Arthus-Bertrand – anteprima mondiale il 12 Settembre negli USA (nella sede delle Nazioni Unite a New York alla presenza del Segretario Generale Ban Ki-moon), e in contemporanea in Italia al Festival di Venezia (fuori concorso). Finanziato interamente da Fondazioni non-profit riconosciute per il loro impegno umanitario, questo film verrà reso visibile a tutti gratuitamente al fine di raggioungere il maggior numero di spettatori. HUMAN è un progetto finanziato da Bettencourt Schueller Foundation e si avvale del supporto di Goodplanet Foundation. (Ibs)
[S.l.] : Columbia, 2015
Abstract: Empire: Original Soundtrack from Season 1 is the debut soundtrack album by the cast of the musical drama television series Empire, which airs on FOX. The album includes songs that featured during the first season of the show, and performed by various artists. The album was released by Columbia Records. The soundtrack received positive critical reception and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. On September 11, 2015, another soundtrack titled Empire: The Complete Season 1 was released containing every song heard on the show that weren't included on the official soundtrack. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Warner, 2015
[S.l.] : Silva Screen Records, 2014
[S.l.] : Rhino, 2014
Abstract: The smash hit musical that's now a movie directed by Clint Eastwood chronicles the story about four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came together to form the iconic '60s vocal group The Four Seasons. Their legendary songs appear on this 25-track album that combines recordings by Frankie Valli and the boys with performances by the Broadway cast! All of your favorites are here, including December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night); Sherry; Big Girls Don't Cry; Walk Like a Man; My Eyes Adored You; Working My Way Back to You; Dawn (Go Away); Rag Doll , and many, many more! Rhino.
[S.l.] : Sony music, 2014
[S.l.] : Warner Music, Milan, 2013
Abstract: It's fitting that Tin Hat guitarist Mark Orton eventually turned to composing film scores. Since their debut in the late '90s, the group's unique, atmospheric pieces have always taken on a kind of strange, cinematic bent. For his second soundtrack effort (following 2006's score for the indie Sweet Land), Orton provides the aural backdrop for Alexander Payne's (Sideways, The Descendants) black-and-white, father/son road trip film Nebraska. At times haunting and quirky, his sparse, percussive, acoustic guitar and fiddle score is a perfect match for the film both in tone and geography. Peppered with accordion, trumpet, bass, harmonica, and a variety of other emotively lonesome instruments, the music rolls by like the heartland's wide-open landscape, complementing the film's austere cinematography and enhancing its wit and emotion. It's appropriately wistful, haunting, playful, and decidedly uncluttered. The hallmarks of Tin Hat's sound are prominent and three of the tracks are actually credited to the band, having been featured on previous releases. That's not to say that the Nebraska soundtrack is merely recycled from Orton's back catalog. It plays more like an extension of his style and should be considered a worthy addition to his body of work. ~ Timothy Mongers
[S.l.] : Nonesuch, Studiocanal, 2013