Film Music - Williams, J. / Barry, J. / Bacharach, B. / Nyman, M. / Lloyd Webber, A. / Armstrong, C. (Film Harmonic) (Royal Philharmonic)

July 2, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Song Title Artist
Time
Popularity  
1
7:41
2
3:51
3
5:49
4
5:44
5
5:57
6
3:46
7
4:01
8
2:51
9
2:09
10
5:03
11
3:58
12
3:44
13
5:50
14
4:10
15
5:10
16
4:00
Disc 2
1
6:48
2
4:39
3
3:28
4
7:23
5
4:39
6
6:58
7
3:24
8
4:57
9
5:51
10
3:05
11
2:36
12
3:08
13
4:51
14
4:31
15
5:03
16
7:52
Disc 3
1
2:57
2
6:12
3
3:54
4
2:31
5
5:34
6
3:56
7
3:32
8
3:09
9
2:46
10
4:29
11
2:25
12
3:35
13
2:57
14
4:00
15
3:14
16
3:31
17
4:09
18
6:31

Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 2, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Copyright: (C) 2013 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Total Length: 3:42:19
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  • ASIN: B00DD7PXZE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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First of all you get three CDs and thats alot of music! The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra does a great job playing these sound tracks, they give some of the tracks that classical air which I like! I especially like the way they played Dances With Wolves "The John Dunbar Theme". Thats what brought me to purchased this 3CDs. Also alot of the tracks are not that popular in the movie track making CDs so that gives you a new experience listening, not sure what movie they were from. I recommend this CD to your instrumental music collection!
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By Allen Cohen on October 14, 2013
Format: Audio CD
This multi-disc set boasts a number of unexpected treats one does not normally associate with such a greatest hits survey. Here are just a few examples: Enduring Love (Jeremy Sams): Romeo and Juliet (Craig Armstrong); Ladies in Lavender (Nigel Hess); Wallace and Gromit (Julian Nott); Stage Beauty (George Fenton); Captain Corelli's Mandolin (Stephen Warbeck); Pride and Prejudice (Dario Marianelli).

With the exception of Jaws (hopelessly eviscerated), the arrangements range from good to superb. There are a total of 50 tracks clocking in at 223 minutes. The playing of the RPO, old hands at this type of repertoire, is what one would expect: eloquent and committed. The sonics are lush, airy and precisely detailed. The packaging is adequate. So on balance, worth considering if only for its enterprising approach to programming. Clearly not the greatest film music of all time as it is billed, but still a worthy endeavor.
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