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Promotions et bons plans musique CD Vinyle Promotions et bons plans musique CD Vinyle

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  • Cassette (3 novembre 1998)
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Emd/Angel
  • ASIN : B00000EB58
  • Autres versions : CD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A fantastic and varied score 10 novembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
One of the best animated film scores in recent years by relative newcomers Harry Gregson-Williams (The Replacement Killers, The Borrowers) and John Powell (Face/Off). Contrary to what a previous customer wrote, Hans Zimmer didn't compose a single note of this fabulous score. Zimmer was merely the album's executive producer, but his influence is clear. Especially enjoyable are the jaunty and exciting first two tracks, the ethereal WASPs' Theme (in Track 15) and the thrilling music to the shoe scene (Track 16). Another encouraging thing is that all of the music on this album is actually IN the movie, so this isn't just another one of those "music inspired by" albums we've been seeing so many of recently. Now, if we could only get a "Godzilla" score album...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful, refreshing, tuneful score 13 février 2001
Par Joshua Kaufman - Publié sur
Format: CD
For the movie Antz, Dreamworks assigned two composers from Hans Zimmer's Media Ventures team to score the film. One might think it odd that a group known mainly for action music would be good at scoring an animated film (Zimmer himself excepted, to scored both The Lion King and Prince of Egypt previous to this). However, John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams prove they have what it takes to make the animation come to life through music.
The score starts off right away with a wonderful jazzy piano theme representing Z. Then on to track 2, The Colony, we have 'The Colony', a piece I can listen to over and over. It's a great smaba-like piece with a melody that's - get this - whistled. The tune is wonderful and memorable. Both the above themes are interspirsed throughout the score in many incarnations
There are plenty of other highlights to this score. '6:15 Time to Dance' is especially notible, as it starts off with a very stately and mudane version of the song 'Guantanamela', and about halfway through goes into a fast, full force version that I really really love, andthen backs down again. 'The Ants go Marching to War' contains new lyrics to the ant version of 'When Johnny Comes Marching Home', and ends with a great battle music. And speaking of battle music, the score is littered with lots of it, and it really shines over most Media Ventures scores because it's played by a full orchestra.
Overall, Antz is the score that just keeps going. It's got everything I like about a good score -- wonderful melodies, a great variety of fast and slow music, colorful orchestrations, and new ways of manipulating music that makes it unique. I highly recommend this score to anyone.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An antz in the pants great score 23 novembre 2002
Par Brandon Cutro - Publié sur
Format: CD
With Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell teaming up scoring a film, great things usually happen and this is a great example of that. Antz is a fun and exciting score that is a joy to listen to because when it is good, it is really good. Several different themes are present throughout. One is found in "Z's Theme" which features lush string playing with some harmonicas and percussion. Another theme is found in "Princess Bala", which features the woodwind section of the orchestra. Another theme that can be found is a military style theme that is present in "General Mandible" and "Mandible and Cutter Plot". Some tunes that get up and make you want to dance like a moron are found in "The Colony" and "6:15 Time To Dance". The version of "Guantanamera" is dull and boring so don't pay much attention to it, unless you like it of course. The old civil war marching tune "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" is parodied in the track "The Antz Go Marching To War" which is actually a great track and a highlight of the album. 3 excellent action cues are present including "The Magnifying Glass", "The Big Shoe", and the thrilling "Z To The Rescue". An all around great score that Dreamworks does an excellent job of doing. The sound on the album is outstanding and the orchestral performance is dynamite. Kudos to Gregson-Williams and Powell and their partnership, which is becoming one of the best in film music.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A compositional wonder. 2 février 2003
Par Sean O'Flaherty - Publié sur
Format: CD
Anyone would be forgiven for dismissing this film from its looks as another kid's film, enjoyable but forgettable. But that would be an incredible mistake. The soundtrack is an absolute pleasure to listen, with catchy tunes and even spine-tingling action music. For someone who looks to movies such as The Rock, The Peacemaker and Gladiator for entertaining soundtrack music, this album was a surprise indeed.
A stand-out track would have to be The Colony. Its frenetic and instantly memorable tune is lively and very enjoyable. It captures the spirit of thousands of individuals such as an ants (or antz?) nest. However, my favourite track would have to be the next one - General Mandible. This track almost feels like it belongs in a much more serious movie - one with someone like Mandible's voice, Gene Hackman, in a more traditional full role. The music is fantastic, portraying a strong individual, full of military might and power.
Of course, being a movie directed at kids, it has fun tracks. Notable tracks include The Bar and the hilarious Guantanamera/6:15 Time To Dance. This latter track shows the difference between the monotonous life as an ant and the spirit showed by Z.
This movie is not only surprising that it can be enjoyed by adults as well as kids, but the scoring is great and the soundtrack has earnt a valued place in my collection.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Start of a Great Collaboration! 18 août 2006
Par Zachary S. Houp - Publié sur
Format: CD
This was the first time John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams worked together, and thank heavens it wasn't the last. This is one of those brilliant scores that is hummable the first time you see the movie. It easily surpasses this duo's work on Shrek but doesn't quite exceed the simply perfect music to Chicken Run.

In short, this score's greatest strength is its diversity. The main character has a catchy cool jazz theme. The ant colony is a rollicking march with a steady pulse and a whistled melody. The villain has a moody choral piece. And then a sort of tango melody for Dan Akroyd's character. In anything but an animated film, this mish-mash of styles would seem out of place and obnoxious, but Powell and Gregson-Williams make every moment interesting. Repeatedly, the scores reaches emotional highs and adrenaline highs that can do nothing but satisfy.

What makes the music even more interesting is the various source music included. The dance club numbers and the "Ants Go Marching" rendition, far from disrupting the flow of the album, compliment the style and variety of this wonderful score. This is a must-own for any film score collector or fan of the film. There are beautiful sounds here, and I wouldn't be the least bit disappointed if know one but these two fine composers ever scored a Dreamworks animated feature.
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