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Wyatt Earp Bande originale, Import

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Page Artiste James Newton Howard


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  • CD (21 juin 1994)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN : B000008MWC
  • Autres versions : CD
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merci pour le cd il est en très bonne état et la musique est très belle mes sincères salutations et merci
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Every fan of Western film scores should have this soundtrack. 7 août 2016
Par johnf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's a shame that Wyatt Earp virtually marks the end of the epic Hollywood Western leaving no more Westerns for James Newton Howard to score. Wyatt Earp is one of the greatest Western film scores of all time, up there with The Big Country (Jerome Moross), The Magnificent Seven (Elmer Bernstein), How the West Was Won (Alfred Newman) and Silverado (Bruce Broughton). But with the decline of the genre there were no more Western scores for Broughton to write, and what a talent he had within that genre. Still, he has gone on to be one of the best all-purpose film composers of the last two decades and more, doing romances, family films and science fiction and fantasy.

Most film composers after the first two generations went right into it after years of music school, but Howard came to it in a more roundabout way. A child prodigy who began classical piano at the age of four, he dropped out of U.S.C.'s music school to join a rock band just to be able to do something besides practice piano all the time. That led to studio session work and eventually a slot in Elton John's touring band and keyboard and synthesizer work on some of Elton's albums. After his manager suggested that he write the score for a small film (HBO's Head Office), he found a new direction and got positive notices for his work on romantic films peaking with an Academy award nomination for The Prince of Tides. He has received four additional nominations over the years. He has provided scores for many of M.Night Shyamalan's films which have been better received than the films themselves. The scores for Signs and The Village are considered great classics, though musically they couldn't be more different.

Wyatt Earp was Lawrence Kasdan's second big Western, having directed Silverado in 1985. Howard had written the music for Kasdan's Grand Canyon, and wanted the opportunity to write a traditional score for a big Western. He worked only on the Wyatt Earp score for six months and consulted with Kasdan throughout the making of the film. He listened to all the great Western film scores in preparation, as Kasdan wanted to produce a work within the tradition of the big films of the genre including a traditional score. Of course this means keeping the influence of Aaron Copland, who with Moross and Bernstein created the post war Western score. But the influence here is more of a general feeling and the occasional use of folk like themes. There are no Copland orchestral techniques here except occasional nods as in Dodge City. There is also an general influence of Dvorak. But it's all his own and doesn't sound like anyone else. The score he wrote is as big and vast as the North American continent. It's absolutely gigantic at times, sweeping and full of grandeur as few other soundtracks have ever been, especially in The Wagon Chase. It's also tender and lyrical and almost Impressionist in Down by the River, and of course dark and violent when the film calls for it.

This is a great Romantic score in the symphonic tradition of old Hollywood. Howard rarely writes that way, today's movies using an amalgamation of styles and influences from multiple genres of music. But in this case he felt the type of film Wyatt Earp was demanded the traditional treatment, and he was right.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Intriguing Picture of the West and its Settlement 17 mai 2013
Par Judith P. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Kevin Costner had a true vision of the West when he directed this film and starred in the lead role as Wyatt. Gene Hackman was outstanding as Wyatt's strong, restless father who demanded family loyalty. Dennis Quaid played a wonderfully irreverent, angry, yet droll, Doc Holiday. He truly looked consumptive.

Some critics have labelled the movie "slow" and "lackluster". I suspect it is because the movie has no horrific crash scenes. Unless their are at least four, a film is labelled "boring". Instead, Costner took the time to develop the characters of his brothers, Virgil, James, Morgan and Warren, and their respective spouses. He also detailed the love he had for his first wife and the effect her death had on him. It was a fascinating look at a family who tried to settle the West when it was neither easy nor safe. It portrays the ways in which the family attempted to make a living while burying their loved ones along the way. The gunfight at OK Corral and the ensuing battle with the Clantons provide plenty of action, if you are at all interested in the settlement of the West and how one special family tried to stay alive and make it work. A fascinating story.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wyatt Earp 20 janvier 2014
Par barbara turner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
#9 was the reason I ordered this CD. I sent this to my niece our in California. Thought she might like it for her wedding.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wyatt Earp 7 juillet 2013
Par gdaviddavis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What can you say? The music is classic, it tells the story like "peter and the wolf", "Star Wars". A must have if you like epics.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 merc 5 février 2012
Par merc - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This movie is just good. Good story with the flare of "western and historical. I'm not an expert of Wyatt Earp's life but the way the movie flows it's entertaining.
This movie has a higher story plot with other quality facets than it's alternative production of "Tombstone" (with cursing and other non productive elements that detracts form the over-all movie quality.)
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