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Ennio Morricone & His Orchestra

Revolver - Original Motion Picture Sountrack

1 禁じられた友情 = Un Amico Vocals – Daniel Beretta Written-By – Bevilacqua*, Desage*, Morricone* 2:35 2 非情の標的 = Revolver 12:39 3 愛妻アンナ = Anna 2:04 4 アルプスの隠れ家 = Quasi Un Vivaldi 1:54 5 アンナの危機 = Pericolo Per Anna 1:46 6 禁じられた友情(タイトル) = Un Amico (Titoli) 2:35 7 追跡と逃走 = Inseguimento E Fuga 3:37 8 酒場にて = In Un Bar 2:22 9 人質の秘密 = Rapimento 2:27 10 悪の巣窟 = In Un Altro Bar 2:07 11 禁じられた友情 (シタール・ヴァージョン) = Un Amico (Versione Chitarra 12 Corde) Vocals – Daniel Beretta Written-By – Bevilacqua*, Desage*, Morricone* 1:10 12 非情の標的 (サスペンス) = Revolver (Suspense) 1:44 13 愛妻アンナ(#2) = Anna (#2) 2:27 14 アルプスの隠れ家 (#2) = Quasi Un Vivaldi (#2) 3:04 15 追跡と逃走 (#2) = Inseguimento E Fuga (#2) 3:26 16 悪の巣窟 (#2) = In Un Altro Bar (#2) 2:03 17 人質の秘密 (#2) = Rapimento (#2) 1:37 18 禁じられた友情 (トランペット・ヴァージョン) = Un Amico (Versione Tromba) 2:32 19 悪の巣窟 (#3) = In Un Altro Bar (#3) 2:49 20 追跡と逃走 (#3) = Inseguimento E Fuga (#3) 3:34
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Nr kat.: RBCP2815
Label  : EMI Japan

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Sountrack z listy 50 najlepszych ścieżek dźwiękowych Phil Minimalism meets intense incidental music Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2004 In the U.S., Ennio Morricone is probably best known for his soundtrack to "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly", among other Sergio Leone westerns. Although his orchestrations are distinctive, most people would probably be surprised to learn that he has a background in avant-garde composition and experimental improvisation. He was a member of the influential Italian improvisation collective Gruppo Di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza. Though Morricone's soundtrack work and his avant garde associations were generally kept separate (the Gruppo did contribute to the mind-boggling soundtrack to "Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura"), the former was clearly influenced by the latter. The soundtrack to the 1972 film "Revolver" is a case in point. Here, music typical of a 70s action film in its more darkly intense moments is progressively taken to more bombastic levels, seeming to build to a climax that never quite arrives. While about half the disc is composed of shorter tracks in various kitschy soundtrack styles, presumably to accompany the film's lighter and more romantic moments, there are a few versions of the soundtrack's main theme, where jagged, intense lower-register piano lines and angularly layered horns repeat a minor key melody over strings and abundant tympani. The melodic figure itself could almost be a parody of a particular type of action movie music, which makes it all the more bizarre when it's repetitions begin to take on the hypnotic effect of a work by Philip Glass, the horn parts growing ever louder and more elaborate. Divorced from the context of the film, the repetition and elaboration of cliche begins to take on a surreal quality, where the familiar flips over into the strange. Beyond this intriguing effect, Morricone is simply an amazing composer, carving out a distict style through a tireless interrogation of the possibilities for creativity within the limitations of soundtrack music. ****** Revolver is one the finest Ennio Morricone thriller score, composed in 1973 for the great Sergio Sollima’s giallo Revolver: no sweeping themes, no quirky effects, no dissonance sounds just simple ideas, executed to perfection. Contains “Un Amico”, the beautiful theme heard in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastaards and the masterpiece Revolver, a 13 minute action piece that dazzles with its brilliance: an incredibly tense dramatic action music of the highest calibre.