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Yo-Yo Ma -《 马友友的电影琴缘》(Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone )[SACD-r]

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专辑英文名Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone
专辑中文名 马友友的电影琴缘
艺术家Yo-Yo Ma
古典类型全集作品
版本[SACD-r]
发行时间2012年06月22日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑简介:

Yo-Yo Ma/ Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone/ 马友友(大提琴)/ 马友友的电影琴缘
♫ 「海上钢琴师」、「教会」、「新天堂乐园」、「真爱伴我行」、「狂沙十万里」、「四海兄弟」、「黄昏三鏢客」、「铁面无私」、「越战创伤」、「嘉莉珐夫人」、「摩西传」、「马可波罗」!!
♫ 马友友与半个世纪以来创作无数最浪漫经典与最受人欢迎的「义大利国宝级配乐大师」颜尼欧莫利克奈携手合作作品!!
♫ 颜尼欧莫利克奈重新为马友友量身订作,重新编排、创作全新管弦乐编曲!!

前所未有的梦幻合作…

马友友与「义大利国宝级配乐大师」颜尼欧.莫利克奈携手合作作品
演出大师最膾炙人口的经典电影配乐主题曲
颜尼欧.莫利克奈为马友友以大提琴为主角,重新编排、设计管弦乐编曲并亲自指挥、制作

义大利国宝级配乐大师颜尼欧‧莫利克奈是当代最受欢迎与备受敬重的电影音乐家,风格跨越爵士、流行、前卫、古典及最著名的义大利西部片风格,40多年来,累积的电影/电视音乐作品超过500部,合作的对象囊括当代最知名的大师级欧、美名导。莫利克奈的音乐创作让他五度入围奥斯卡最佳电影原著音乐项目,同时也为他赢得无数的奖座,包括2座金球奖、1座葛莱美奖、5座英国影艺学院奖、6座义大利电影奖、8座义大利国家影评学会奖。

2001年的奥斯卡颁奖典礼中,上台演奏奥斯卡得奖音乐作品「卧虎藏龙」的马友友遇见了以「真爱伴我行」入围的颜尼欧莫利克奈。这次会面后,莫利克奈开始思考自己的电影音乐以大提琴为主角演出的感觉。当莫利克奈最具情感的浪漫电影音乐,与马友友充满生命悸动的大提琴偶然邂逅,谱成大提琴与电影乐章共舞的【马友友的电影琴缘】--两位不同领域的音乐人燃烧音乐情感的美丽之作,也成了两人永生难忘的美好合作经验。

【马友友的电影琴缘】专辑中,颜尼欧.莫利克奈重新为「海上钢琴师」、「新天堂乐园」、「教会」、「四海兄弟」、「真爱伴我行」、「黄昏三鏢客」、「铁面无私」、「越战创伤」、「狂沙十万里」、[嘉莉珐夫人]、[摩西传]、[马可波罗]这些跨越半世纪的电影音乐创作重新编排全新的管弦乐编曲,莫利克奈保留了原乐章的结构,同时为马友友的大提琴编排乐章情绪的切入点,让马友友跟他的大提琴有最精彩的挥洒与表达的空间。而马友友在演绎过程中,一再地讚嘆这些旋律带给他的震撼与内心的非凡感动,在这样的心情下,马友友捕捉莫利克奈旋律的情感,不但与旋律本身演出精采的对位,更释放出如慕如诉戏味十足的琴音,无论是「教会」里那种哀莫大於心死的慨叹,还是「黄昏三鏢客」中紧绷的江湖霸气,我们彷彿又笼罩在莫利克奈那种揉合义大利豪迈情怀与前卫音乐的创作思维的空间,并再次体验到电影音乐捕捉影像灵魂的精髓。而大提琴音特有的音色,更为每首曲子增添了深入内心的浪漫伤怀。

这个前所未有的梦幻合作,由莫利克奈为马友友亲自指挥罗马交响乐团伴奏演出。莫利克奈盛讚,马友友为大提琴与管弦乐之间创造了一份情同手足的深刻情谊,而这些乐章在大提琴演奏下,更是依然保有每一部电影原来的情境气氛。在与颜尼欧.莫利克奈合作过后,马友友以简单诚挚的话语讚美这位传奇的配乐大师--「对我来说,你就是一位伟大的音乐家。」


产品条码: 0886975628025
产品编号: 88697562802
发行公司: SONY MUSIC[发行商品]
发行日期: 2012年06月22日
发行类型: 台压 . 大提琴 . 室内乐 . 古典 . CD .
内装片数: 1片



Yo-Yo Ma – Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone (2004) [2.0 & 5.1]
PS3 Rip | ISO | SACD DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 55:49 minutes | Scans included | 3,52 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 979 MB
Classical / Soundtrack | Features 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 multichannel surround sound

Recorded with the Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone sees the American cellist tackle some of the legendary Italian composer’s most famous film scores. Produced by Morricone himself, the 2004 release features new arrangements of iconic soundtracks from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Cinema Paradiso, and Once Upon a Time in America, alongside lesser-known works from The Mission, A Pure Formality, and The Legend of 1900.

Sure to remain a top seller on the classical charts for some time to come, Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone is a new installment in the great cellist’s long series of crossover albums. It diverges from most of the others, however, in its collaborative aspect: the music’s original creator, Morricone, had as much to do with this album as did Ma and his creative team. Morricone’s career in film music began during the era of the spaghetti Western in the 1960s and has flourished ever since, on both sides of the Atlantic. Morricone and Ma met at the 2001 Academy Awards, where Ma was performing and Morricone was nominated for his score to Giuseppe Tornatore’s Malèna. They hatched the idea for this album together, and all the adaptations of Morricone’s music are his own. He also conducts the Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra.
Overall, the results are gorgeous. Morricone opens and closes the album with pairs of excerpts from two individual films, The Mission and the rarely seen The Lady Caliph. In between are four suites of excerpts, three of them associated with Morricone’s favorite directorial collaborators (Sergio Leone, Brian de Palma, and Tornatore). These suites, comprising varied but closely related stretches of music, really allow Ma to go to town. He has rarely achieved a more lushly beautiful tone or a more direct emotional appeal. Morricone deftly adapts his music for the cello-and-orchestra combination. At different times, Ma’s cello plays the role of another solo instrument (the pan pipes in the Mission score, for instance), sings the wordless vocal lines that populate many of Morricone’s scores, or plays lines of orchestral counterpoint that are elaborated into some pretty fancy fingerwork.
The only complaints pertain to the selection of music, and it’s debatable whether there’s really anything to complain about. Represented here are Morricone’s big, romantic scores, mostly of fairly recent vintage. Cinema Paradiso, two cues from which are included, is an example casual filmgoers may be acquainted with. The edgier, more experimental scores Morricone wrote for Western and suspense films are ignored, and it was these that endeared the composer to scenesters like John Zorn, who recorded a memorable deconstruction of The Big Gundown some years ago. On the few tracks where electronic elements are introduced, they aren’t well integrated into the general concept. As a whole, though, the album hangs together wonderfully, and the music can stand up to anything in the current neo-Romantic rage. Play the “Cockeye’s Song” cue from Once Upon a Time in America for classical purists unfamiliar with Morricone, and ask them to guess the composer. Watch them squirm. And then introduce one of the great composers of our time, presented by one of our foremost interpreters.

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Recorded with the Roma Sinfonietta Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone sees the American cellist tackle some of the legendary Italian composer's most famous film scores. Produced by Morricone himself, the 2004 release features new arrangements of iconic soundtracks from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Cinema Paradiso, and Once Upon a Time in America, alongside lesser-known works from The Mission, A Pure Formality, and The Legend of 1900. ~ Jon O'Brien Recording information: Forum Music Village Studios, Rome, Italy (06/16/2003-06/23/2003).


Audio CD (January 3, 2006)
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Hybrid SACD - DSD
Label: Sony Classics
ASIN: B000CC3SDW

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5.0 out of 5 stars This album is so good the first time I heard it I cried December 9, 2004
By Gwyn Gwyrdd
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I had the privilege of seeing Yo Yo Ma in concert here in the U.S. when he was a relative newcomer in the classical world. I was a little girl and I sat in that symphony hall and cried as I watched a man and his instrument become one.

I have not had that sort of emotional response to anything Ma has done since that time, no matter how wonderful and perfect his playing is. That being said, this album made me cry like a baby. In the store. Yes, in public. The level of emotional perfection and purity in Ma's intonality - the gentle caress of each note is simply unmatched. And as other reviewers have already stated, the entire album is consistent.

Yo Yo Ma aside for a moment, I was already fan of some of the pieces on this album before hearing Ma's interpretation. Being familiar with them, I really wondered about their adaptibility to cello performance. What surprised me is that not only does every piece chosen work - but they outdo their original and marvelous construction. Yo Yo Ma has raised the level of Morricone's compositions to heights that a Morricone fan would not have ever believed possible. As a result, you will appreciate both of these artists more for what each has done for the other.

If I could only own one album by Yo Yo Ma, this, folks, would be it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Morricone and Ma - Il Buono Meets Il Buono October 1, 2004
By Mark D Burgh
Format:Audio CD
Ennio Morricone's sense of melody is unsurpassed not only in the world of film, but in Art music and Popular music as well. From the mid-1960's on, when Morricone wrote devestating, original scores for Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns, Morricone's ability to combine classical melodic lines with grunts, whistles, electric guitars and drums often surpassed the films he scored. His music, unlike most film composer's, adds new layers of meaning onto whatever images flash by.

Yo-Yo Ma's melodic feel matches Morricone's evocative melodies; I would have never imagined the cello being an effective vehicle for a Morricone transcription, but now that I hear Ma playing, I hear how obvious and how perfect the congruence sounds. The richness of Morricone's later scores - Cinema Paradiso - The Mission - The Untouchables surround me with a palpable presence that outlives the echoes of the the film's images.

My personal favorite of Morricone's work has always been "The Good, the Bad, and Ugly," and while Ma only plays one selection, the piece he chose, "The Ecstasy of Gold" makes up for the lack of other music from the film. The tense theme works around a circular four note statement that grows and grows in intensity and speed, eventually accompanied by drums and full orchestra, until Ma's cellos fills the room with urgency, greed, and violence.

I can't recommend this CD too highly for lovers of Ennio Morricone or Yo-Yo Ma.
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Composers : Ennio Morricone / Amedeo, Ennio Morricone
Conductors : Ennio Morricone
Ensembles : Roma Sinfonietta
Genres : Film Score, Television Score
Performers : Gilda Butta, Yo-Yo Ma, Roma Sinfonietta

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专辑曲目

01. The Mission: Gabriel's Oboe
02. The Mission: The Falls
03. Giuseppe Tornatore Suite: no 1, Legend of 1900 - Playing Love
04. Giuseppe Tornatore Suite: no 2, Cinema Paradiso - Nostalgia
05. Giuseppe Tornatore Suite: no 3, Cinema Paradiso - Looking for you "Love
06. Giuseppe Tornatore Suite: no 4, Malena - Main Theme
07. Giuseppe Tornatore Suite: no 5, Ricordare "Remembering"
08. Sergio Leone Suite: no 1, Once Upon a Time in America - Poverty "Debora
09. Sergio Leone Suite: no 2, Once Upon a Time in America - Cockeye's Song
10. Sergio Leone Suite: no 3, Once Upon a Time in America - Main Theme
11. Sergio Leone Suite: no 4, Once Upon a Time in the West - Main Theme
12. Sergio Leone Suite: no 5, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Ecstasy of
13. Brian de Palma Suite: no 1, Casualties of War - Main Theme
14. Brian de Palma Suite: no 2, The Untouchables - Death Theme
15. Moses and Marco Polo Suite: no 1, Moses - Journey
16. Moses and Marco Polo Suite: no 2, Moses - Main Theme
17. Moses and Marco Polo Suite: no 3, Marco Polo - Main Theme
18. Lady Caliph: Dinner
19. Lady Caliph: Nocturne

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