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Arnold: Les musiques de film de Sir Arnold Malcolm (Vol. 1)

Arnold: Les musiques de film de Sir Arnold Malcolm (Vol. 1)

1 septembre 2006
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Arnold a énormément composé de musiques de films (plus d'une centaine) mais présenter celles-ci hors de l'image a nécessité une petite adaptation, sous le contrôle du compositeur. Les quatre suites pour orchestre donnent ainsi une touche plus classique aux fragments orchestraux initiaux. Le style d'Arnold se retrouve comme dans ses symphonies (voir mes critiques) : puissance voire violence, humour, marche stylisée, peinture naturaliste, lyrisme, avec une prédominance des percussions, des cuivres et des vents très colorés. Le clou du disque est évidemment le très fameux « Pont de la rivière Kwaï » mais précisions que la non moins connue "marche" n'est pas d'Arnold mais de K. Alford et date de bien avant la réalisation du film... Livret français intéressant et détaillé. Spectaculaire prise de son. Interprétation superbe de Hickox, grand spécialiste de cette musique (voir son intégrale des symphonies).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Walk Down Memory Lane 18 janvier 2007
Par Henry A. Heard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased this CD about three years ago primarily for the Bridge on the River Kwai music. I had bought the original soundtrack album very soon after seeing the film (in 1957). The thought of having another copy recorded with modern-day technology made the purchase irresistable. One slightly negative (for me) comment about the music is that this is not a re-recording of the original soundtrack. This is a concert suite arranged by Christopher Palmer. The music is "basically" the same. Mr. Palmer has re-arranged much of it and the sequences of events are out of sync with the original. Apart from these differences the music is still awsome sounding! The other pieces on the disk are all well worth listening to for Arnold enthusiasts. Whistle Down the Wind is charming. The Sound Barrier has that Arnold juxtapositioning of the stern and dramatic with the bubbling and warm-and-fuzzy tunes that he is known for. The Hobson's Choice music has a lot of Arnold's humor in it. Upon first hearing, I thought the music was rather "corny" but repeated listenings have allowed me to find the deeper things in it. The Inn of the Sixth Happiness is pure Arnold from beginning to end. The grandiose London Prelude opening, the tender Romantic Interlude section, the stirring and ominous Mountain Crossing, and the "This Old Man" tune at the end make this piece, as well as the entire album, a joy to listen to. If you are a Malcom Arnold fan and would like a sampling of his film music, this CD should meet your needs very well. Five stars!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Copyright Issues 19 janvier 2013
Par David A. Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Tremendous music. But the glory of the Kwai music was the counterpoint of Colonel Bogey and Arnold's March. We are told on recordings like this, that because of copyright reasons, this arrangement can only be heard in the context of the original film.

What kind of obstinate dog-in-the-manger philistine situation is this? Who is responsible? The Kenneth Alford estate? Whoever owns the film rights?
Colonel Bogey should go into the public domain soon, so I hope we will then be able to hear Arnold's tremendous arrangement and blending of the two marches.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Jolly Arnold jinks 17 janvier 2001
Par K. Farrington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album will be a delight to baby boomers like me who were taken to the movies during the late fifties and sixties to see these films. The films seem a little dated now but the scores of Arnold bring out tear jerking emotion, nostalgic pangs and jolly japes, all in the blink of an eye. The heavyweight David Lean 'The Bridge on the River Kwai' item is probably the movie you are most likely to see repeated on TV; who can forget the defiant and physically broken Alec Guiness standing up to the Japanese Camp Commander? Yet, paradoxically, although the Colonel Bogey March was very popular when the movie was relaeased, it probably will not be the most played item on the CD if you buy it. Arnold's fecund imagination comes into its own with the 'Hobson's choice' with the brilliant orchestral character sketches of the grumpy and drunken Charles Laughton character on the deep brass, or the thrilling optimism as our hero sudenly realises he can make it. The 'Whistle Down the Wind' offerings are sheer musical poetry that underline the pathos we all feel of our lost childhood vision of Jesus and the haunting theme stays in your head a long while afterwards. The 'Inn of the Sixth Happiness' and 'Sound Barrier' items are wonderful and will be enjoyed again and again as Arnold's imagination jumps around the orchestra in its different tones. A brilliant buy!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing! 16 novembre 2006
Par Frank Gierke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This music is amazing! I gotta admit that I bought this Cd mainly because of the tracks from "The Bridge on the River Kwai", but all the other tracks are also very good. My personal favorites are "The Bridge on the River Kwai March"( last track of the Bridge on the River Kwai section of this Cd), the Overture/Shoe Ballet from "Hobson's Choice", and the last track on this Cd, the "Happy Ending: Mountain Crossing-the children". That track is one of my favorite pieces of music ever. One comment on the orchestra that is playing it all: They are great. They play really clean, stay on the beat, and I am sure that they play the music just like Sir Malcolm Arnold intended it to sound. The London Symphony Orchestra is doing a great job on this Cd. This Cd rocks and well deserves five stars!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent film music of Sir Malcolm Arnold!!!! 1 février 2015
Par A/Burrows - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had to buy this CD of Sir Malcolm Arnold's Film Music for his score of the Inn of the Sixth Happiness starring Ingrid Bergman. I did see this very successful film recently. The music has always appealed to me and I'm glad that Chandos has issued Volume 1 of some of Arnold's film music in 2000. It's conducted by Richard Hickox and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, who respond very well to Hickox's flamboyant style. They play the Inn of the Sixth Happiness Suite brilliantly, especially the London Prelude, with the power of the strings driving the big tune.
I also liked their strong and sensitive playing of the Bridge on the River Kwai Suite and Whistle Down the Wind, all skilfully arranged by Christopher Palmer, who also does the very informative booklet.
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