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  • Interprète: John Williams & Itzhak Perlman
  • Compositeur: John Williams
  • CD (16 janvier 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN : B0000267KU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Mini-disque  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Les musiques de films interprétées par ITZAAK PERLMAN sont magnifiques, mélancoliques et restituées avec brio. J'ai commandé ce CD car j'étais à la recherche du Tango "POR UNA CABEZA" joué au début du film "LA LISTE DE SCHINDLER", impossible de le trouver à l'identique du film, mais celui-ci est magistrale tout simplement..... Lorsqu'un musicien violoniste "Juif d'Europe de l'Est" joue du violon, il y a un "je ne sais quoi" de singulier dans sa musique, elle est particulièrement émouvante et unique. Un immense BRAVO à ce Violoniste I.PERLMAN que j'ai découvert grâce à ce Tango....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful... 7 juillet 2002
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Format: CD
...OK, you get my point. But I'll say it again just in case. You really can't get much better than this-great music and a great performance. Itzhak Perlman has chosen timeless classics for this CD-ranging from the haunting theme from "The Color Purple" to a tango from "Scent of a Woman." This is one of those CDs that you really can't pick a favorite song from. Is it the romantic "I Will Wait for You"? Is it the gorgeously mournful "Papa, Can You Hear Me"? Or could it be the "Cinema Paradiso" theme that is just perfection with Itzhak playing it? And speaking of Itzhak, he is obviously a musical genius. His violin interprets the songs perfectly, and you'd swear his violin really was singing as it mourns, soars, and romances its way through this songs. Now that I'm out of adjectives to describe this treasured CD (I promise, that was my last one), I'll sum up my review in two words...buy it!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fine Performanes, Fine Music, Fine CD 7 décembre 2001
Par Zachary S. Houp - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With a CD like this, John Williams at the helm and Itzhak Perlman doing what he does best, it's hard to go wrong; and sure enough, this album won't fail to please. As the title obviously indicates, the CD is intended more for a string fan than, say, one of William's other compilations, Hollywood Sound, which focuses on his more loud, bombast scores that are mostly regal brass. So if string is your thing and Itzhak Perlman is your man, then this CD is in all likelihood right for you.
As expected, the performances are top-notch with nothing to complain about or even simply comment on. The Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra does quite well, along with Perlman's perfection and some excellent arrangements by several of the music industry's finest composers. Perhaps the only real complaint I can administer is that some of the selections are perhaps too obscure or play out as somewhat redundant on the CD. Most surprising is the fact that tracks of greatest value come in americanized versions of a few foreign scores.
There are several exceptional tracks: The Color Purple is innocent and beautiful, Por una Cabeza is a fun tango and the most jolly piece on the album, excerpts from John Barry's Out of Africa are always splendid, and finaally Andrea Morricone's work for Cinema Paradiso is without fault. All of this is without mentioning the several fabulous cues by Williams himself--the least being Sabrina. Schindler's List certainly won't come across any different, as it pairs Williams and Perlman together again.
The only thing one might find amiss is that some classic themes and orchestrations have been reorganized to allow greater airtime for Perlman's violin; this is completely understandable for the album, but some might be dissapointed by Far and Away and Out of Africa, as many beautiful brass passages have been redistributed to strings. All in all, however, this is a fine CD, with excellent performances, and gives a very good sample of some of film's better film scores, better composers, certainly not the least of which are the two heads of this album, John Williams and Itzhak Perlman.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Essential Movie Music CD 17 mars 2002
Par Li - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As soon as I heard the beautiful strains of the Love Theme from "Cinema Paradiso," I knew I had to have this. I've had it for half a year now and it's the CD I listen to most often. To say Itzhak Perlman is amazing is an understatement. Combining one of the most gifted violinists with some of the most moving music themes ever written equals nearly 54 minutes of auditory bliss.
It would be pretty hard to pinpoint the faults (if there are any), unless you're one of those nitpicky people who like to butcher everything apart. Unlike many albums, none of the tracks are fillers. Even the less distinctive ones are lovely. Standouts include the themes from Yentl, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Out of Africa, Black Orpheus and Schindler's List. The charming theme from Il Postino is another one of my favourites, but I could be biased because of the movie. The icing on the cake has to be Andrea Morricone's classic "Love Theme" from Cinema Paradiso.
If you love music, if you love to be moved, this is the perfect album. How can anyone listen to this and not feel anything?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the greatest buys I've ever made 19 février 1999
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This truly is one of the greatest cds I have in my entire collection of soundtracks. I have been collecting soundtracks since age 9 when I bought the Star Wars score from John Williams too. This masterpiece from two masters of music as violinist Izhak Perlman and director John Williams is the most played cd in my house because it has a compilation of the greatest movie themes in the history of filmmaking, such as the beautiful Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso -my favorite- by Ennio Morricone and the touching song from the unforgettable "Il Postino" by Luis Bacalov. Also a memorable performance of "Por una cabeza" the tango played in "Scent of a woman" and "True Lies"... a hard to find song! And the excellent leit motiv song from "Out of Africa" by John Barry... Be sure to buy it if you love music at all!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perlman, Williams and film scores are wonderful mix..... 6 décembre 2003
Par Alex Diaz-Granados - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Film scores have been a passion of mine since I first heard John Williams' unforgettable score for Star Wars at the age of 14. Since then I have become acutely aware of movie themes and orchestral music's ability to affect one's perceptions and emotions. As a result, my musical collection includes many CDs of music by composers such as James Horner, Jerry Goldsmith and, of course, maestro Williams.
Cinema Serenade, featuring acclaimed violinist Itzhak Perlman, John Williams and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, is a beautiful 13-track collection of movie themes by such famous composers as Elmer Bernstein, Michel Legrand, John Barry, Andrea Morricone, Luis Bonfa, Andre Previn and, of course, Williams.
Because the featured solo instrument is a violin, producer John Frost, Williams and Perlman chose themes that, with the exception of the Gardel tango "Por Una Cabeza" (heard in Scent of a Woman) and Williams' Irish-styled "Theme from Far and Away," are sentimental, stately and even melancholic. Listen to the plaintive "Papa Can You Hear Me?" from Yentl or "Theme from Schindler's List" (both evocative of European Jewish music), or the haunting "I Will Wait For You" from Michel Legrand's "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" with closed eyes and an open heart...I don't think there is anything more moving than Perlman's performance of those beautiful themes.
Williams conducts the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with his usual golden touch, and although some of the arrangements in this CD have been tweaked to highlight Perlman's violin, the effect is not at all detrimental. Indeed, this is one of the best albums of the genre. Along with Cinema Serenade 2, it is a must-have CD for lovers of classic film scores.
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