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Mishima Bande originale, Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (29 juin 1995)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Nonesuch Classique
  • ASIN : B000005IXM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Disque : 1

  1. Mishima/opening - Michael Riesman
  2. November 25 : morning - Michael Riesman
  3. Granmother and kimatake - Michael Riesman
  4. Temple of the golden pavillon - Michael Riesman
  5. Kyoko' s - Michael Riesman
  6. Saint sebastian - Michael Riesman
  7. Stage blood is not enough - Philip Glass
  8. Ichigaya - Michael Riesman
  9. Award montage - Philip Glass
  10. Runaway horses - Philip Glass
  11. Body building - Philip Glass
  12. The last day - Philip Glass
  13. Epilogue from sun and steel - Michael Riesman
  14. Mishima/closing - Michael Riesman

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On peut ne pas aimer la musique de Glass mais dans le cas contraire il ne fait aucun doute qu'il s'agit ici d'une de ses oeuvres maitresses...
musique répétitive mais souvent flamboyante,puissante,envoutante ,qui "colle" parfaitement au film qui est lui meme ,à mon avis, un chef d'oeuvre;
je n'aime pas tout de Glass mais ici,on ne peut que s'incliner devant l'expressivité de cette musique;l'enregistrement est de bonne qualité,ce qui ne gache rien!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 ONE OF GLASS'S BEST 11 avril 2014
Par David Keymer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This wasn’t the first music by Philip Glass that I listened to but it was the first album of his I bought and it’s still one of my favorites by him. Recorded in extract as sound track to Paul Schrader’s brilliant movie, Mishima (in Schrader’s own words, “a mosaic film biography”) it seemed to me then and still seems eminently successful –in stirring up emotions, stressing the elegiac quality—love and peace-- of Mishima’s childhood in the achingly beautiful “1934: grandmother & Kimitake” and contrasting it with the part Western part Japanese bravado of his samurai stage. Everything I associate with Glass happens in this recording: the pulsing lines, simply harmonized, the pulses and crescendos and diminutions, the soft transition from one melody or rhythm line to another. But it works, and that’s not always been true with Glass’s music, in my opinion. (Vide the Low Symphony, based on themes from Brian Eno and David Bowie, and –my personal memory- how hard I found it to sit though a solo concert of his music played by Glasson a night when my contact lenses were driving me nuts –I missed the richness I had found in his orchestral music: without the varying timbres it introduced, his themes seemed monotonous to me).

The only drawback to this album –and it’s not a serious one—is that some of the pieces don’t conclude, they simply stop, I suppose because all that was needed for the film had already been taped.

I haven’t by any means listened to all of Glass’s many albums but I’ve listened to many and I would rate Mishima one of his best to date, up there with the two violin concertos and his early ballet music.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stage Blood Is Not Enough, Yo 25 août 2015
Par James Ashley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
In life, stage blood is not enough ... you also need a good soundtrack. I have loved the movie for over 20 years, not least because of the music. This is the soundtrack I use when I'm working. My soundtrack used to be Shaft, but now it's Mishima.

The main theme is strangely reminiscent of the music to Candy Crush -- and I think part of the reason Candy Crush is so successful is that it makes a casual game sound like you are doing something epic.

Definitely some of Philip Glasses' most accessible music. I especially like "Stage Blood is Not Enough" -- beautiful classical music for the electric guitar.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great music! 2 mars 2014
Par SASM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Great composition, well executed on this recording. This is also a great introduction to both Glass minimalism and to Mishima. I heard part of this recording in a music store (when such things existed) and fell for it instantly without knowing composer or piece. I bought it as a boxed tape set - and eventually bought the movie and even some of the subject's ( written works. (I like them all in that order too!). Fast forward 15= years and I have a number of Glass recordings (and have attended lived operas) but had lost that old tape set. So this on Amazon was a great reunion with this particular soundtrack.

You don't need to know (or see) the film to enjoy this. Its Philip Glass at his most accessible.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Breakthrough Score 4 décembre 2007
Par David Wend - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I saw Mishima when the film came out in 1985 and have always been impressed by the score. Not only is the music beautifully descriptive of the scenes of the film but it also is music that can be enjoyed apart from the film. The tracks on the disc follow the progress of the film from the opening and November 25 music on to the closing. The brooding music of track 4 - The Temple of the Golden Pavilion - is marvelously conceived, building slowly in intensity. Osamu's Theme is scored for electric guitar and violin: an interesting coupling and the guitar is also used very effectively in Kyoko's house where a synthesizer joins.

The Kronos Quartet are the stars of the performers and convey the brooding intensity of the music magnificently. The Runaway Horses track is close to a mini-string quartet and is a nice example of their playing. This is a short film score and I would have liked a more expanded booklet but it is a joy to have this wonderfully descriptive music at hand. The score by Philip Glass is so integral to the complete enjoyment of Mishima that without it (just like the narration by Roy Scheider) one cannot separate it from the film images.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Durable Glass 28 décembre 2013
Par Steven Kerry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have nothing to say, really. It's a good sounding soundtrack and Phillip Glass is at his best. I haven't seen the movie so I don't know if it fits or not. It sounds great on my Bose, period... I love it actually. It' s kind of classic Phillip Glass with a touch of contemporary elements. I have no idea when this came out; love to see the movie but it's not exactly a popular item. Perhaps it was considered an art film and went into obscurity
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