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  • CD (6 août 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00DOQK2V4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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J'ai téléchargé la BO d'Elysium avant même d'avoir vu le film. Un pari !... Je ne me prononcerai pas ici sur le film. Les avis sont partagés, mais il est clair que ce blockbuster ne laisse pas indifférent. Je préfère parler de l'auteur de la BO. Le "Newcomer" comme ils l'appellent aux US - car même là-bas il est encore peu connu - ne va pas rester longtemps dans l'ombre. Ryan Amon a tout dans sa palette: des sonorités tribales à la James Horner, une recherche de sons nouveaux comme les aime Marco Beltrami, une orchestration non sans rappeler Michael Giacchino, des rythmes répétitifs au point d'en devenir obsédants sans être lassants comme chez Hans Zimmer, des timbres sombres et lugubres à la Danny Elfman. Parmi tous ces grands compositeurs que je viens de citer, Ryan Amon n'aura pas de mal à se faire une place tant il montre une grande maîtrise de ce qu'il produit derrière une allure d'adolescent très très sage. Toujours se méfier de l'eau qui dort... Avec Elysium, Ryan Amon nous a livré une grande BO épique, crépusculaire et flamboyante qui, à n'en pas douter, n'est que le prélude à ce qu'il nous livrera plus tard... A suivre de près, très près...
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HASH(0x9b0fb168) étoiles sur 5 Elysium - Original Score 6 août 2013
Par JMM - Publié sur Amazon.com
The "Elysium" soundtrack is a satisfying experience. The score is a blend of orchestration and synthesizers. Listening to the music, you are transported to another world - I think this score will work very well within the context of the movie.

I think this score is a fine first effort for up-and-coming composer Ryan Amon, and hopefully he gets to score more feature films in the future. After a bit of research, it seems as though Amon's background is in writing music for movie trailers. I'd imagine that composing for trailers is not too different from scoring a big summer movie - in both cases, you typically want to give the music an epic quality that makes an impact on the audience.

The following is a quote from a piece in The Hollywood Reporter, regarding Amon's working relationship with "Elysium" director Neill Blomkamp:
<< The director had him compose much of the music before seeing the film -- replicating Amon's process for scoring trailers, which are usually not prepared for composers beforehand. "He didn't want me to know what was going on. He wanted me to use my imagination," Amon said. >>

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HASH(0x9b11fdc8) étoiles sur 5 Extraordinary! 22 août 2013
Par L. Reffett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This music is hard to capture into words, as you could say about most music, for it is organic and alive. This is not just a cliche for in Track 8 you will hear how he has incorporated mosquitos into the soundtrack. In Track 6, you can hear a frequently used kids toy, the whirly tube, featured along with low human voices creating a sinister rhythmic beat to create a strange and unique sound. The whole album is filled with moments of power and brilliance with horns and drums giving us the heroic theme, but then it goes into a meditative, heavenly place where you are transported into another dimension. I do not know much about Ryan Amon, but he is a composer that I will be watching from now on. Enjoy!
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HASH(0x9b11f7c8) étoiles sur 5 Big Sound 25 janvier 2014
Par JB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's not a surprise that this composer does movie trailers for a living. The Elysium soundtrack is loud and bombastic synth and orchestra music, full of big emotions. Like the film, it is by no means subtle. The 29 tracks seem to breeze by despite being over an hour and ten minutes; it's a high energy piece. I'm hard pressed to say that there's one memorable moment or even a recognizable melody, but it's very good for what it is: epic action music.
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HASH(0x9b0d23a8) étoiles sur 5 A Great First Effort From A Debut Composer 18 octobre 2013
Par Kaya Savas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Elysium is a bit of a Cinderella story for composer Ryan Amon who has scored absolutely nothing but some trailer music until he got an email from Neill Blomkamp. Neill found some of Ryan's music on YouTube and tracked Ryan down to see if he wanted to score Elysium. No reason is known why District 9 composer Clinton Shorter wasn't invited back or decided not to continue the collaboration. Anyway, what Ryan has done here is incredibly impressive for someone who has no film scoring experience and definitely lays down some foundation for him to grow as a composer.

Elysium is a bold action sci-fi flick that sort of plays out like a video game. Amon goes above the basic requirements and turns out a score that has a lot of character, textures and a grand scope. Giant orchestral sounds blend with rich electronic textures to craft a futuristic dystopia. The film itself butchers the score in my opinion as Blomkamp himself made Amon write music for 3-4 months or so without letting him see any footage or concepts. Blomkamp also moved a lot of the music around therefore disrupting the natural flow of things, and to add more unevenness threw in lots of source music. Hearing the music here in album form is a much better representation of Amon's intentions. And while Amon himself declared there was no temp track I did find a bit of an Inceptionish/Tronish hangover in the style of the music. Nothing wrong with it, but some of the action pieces lacked a certain inspiration to make an impact on the film. The emotional stuff is a bit heavy-handed in the film, but the score plays it well. In the end the score is an extremely fun ride even if it feels a bit uninspired. The score is expertly crafted and very rich in detail, but it was in its execution and structure where I found it to be very standard.

Eysium is a fantastic effort from someone who has never scored a film before. Ryan Amon has tons of talent and you can't doubt his abilities. However, the shortcomings of the score can probably be pointed to inexperience and possibly a director who muddled a bit too much even though he's still a fledgling himself. It would be interesting to see Amon come back for Chappie (Blomkamp's next film) to see what he can do with a foundation already set. I think once Ryan Amon finds his signature voice we'll be in for a great treat. However as a composer who mainly writes trailer music one can imagine how many times he was asked to copy Inception or mimic Zimmer. That echoes into his score here. And while it doesn't hurt the execution and enjoyability it does leave the score feeling a bit familiar.
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HASH(0x9b11fe34) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful and Empowering scores 25 octobre 2013
Par Ţɧḝ Ţḝḉɧἧở ᾧΐţḉḩ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Elysium will make you feel..... you will go on a Journey and the music will guide you. If you like music like Brand X, and Halo 4: Original Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition) you will enjoy Elysium.
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