No es música, es cine: Encuentros en la tercera fase


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El apartado de "No es música, es cine" de El Despotricador Cinéfilo pretende hacer una recopilación de aquellas bandas sonoras, sobre todo en versión concierto, que se caracterizan no por su belleza sino porque cada una de sus notas son cine en estado puro. La música de cine no debe ser música sino que debe ser cine en esencia, debe con sus notas narrar la película y describirla a tal extremo que solo con escuchar esa melodía podamos "ver" de nuevo dicha película.

31/10/2019 Electric Light Lynne Trex63
This man can create drama, excitement and heart wrenching music all in the blink of an eye. The man is a Genius.

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16/10/2019 Harry Caray
The entire time I'm watching this I just kept imaging richard dreyfuss and that shark!!! Jaws was the best movie ever and this music was perfect for it.

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16/10/2019 martyprod2
This video is about Aliens... not Shark..
22/10/2019 Harry Caray
@martyprod2 exactly.
14/09/2019 。イモジエン
I had to study this film in English

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20/08/2019 Hackerm3 Ojeda Ortiz
When You wish upon a star....

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04/08/2019 88 Heckenlively
In the book by Jacques Vallee the beings were meant to be interdimensional, not extraterrestrial. Vallee was very disappointed with Spielberg's decision. Spielberg told Vallee that the public wants extraterrestrial, they are not ready for interdimensional. I saw this movie when I was 8 years old and it still affects me today. The music is genius ❤️

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04/08/2019 martyprod2
Hi ! Thanks for the information ! I'm actually reading the book "The Making of Close Encounter", and it's very interesting ! Close encounter is the first movie in Cinema which showed E.T who come in peace.
It's a masterpiece because of this. it show the first non human lifeform who come in peace and not as someone who will blow up/destroy/Kill American/Earth... (hum.. Cold War is close ;) lol).


I still consider close encounter as one of the best soundtrack ever composed for a movie ! The story about the 5 notes theme, and all the work of using the music as universal langage to speak between different species, is genious. It's a so positive and beautiful movie.
11/07/2019 Ray Alex
Beethoven is not dead. He is alive! His name is John Williams. Close Encounters, Jaws, and Star Wars! That’s just not fair.

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24/06/2019 Electric Light Lynne Trex63
My God, I have so much respect for people who can create these kind of sounds from nothing. Williams is a Monster of movie sound tracks.

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18/06/2019 heliotropicsquirrel
Guy wrote the same melody for 3 different movies (Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Superman) and is called a genius. Yeah....

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18/06/2019 martyprod2
I smell somone who listened too much Korngold's Robin hood / King's Row, read too much stupid music blog about this "point" without understanding it, and didn't understood how music work since centuries !

welcome, you're not the first one , you'll not be the last. but you'll have much more difficulties to tell the same as what you said on close encounter ...
(don't worry, mr williams still stole a melody from someone else in this movie, it's when you wish upon a star) !
26/04/2019 Don Corleone
I wish I could find him conducting The Mountain.

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12/04/2019 Guisareb Gwesa
the ET's are real. the documents and witnesses and stories are real <3 when will those days come

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05/04/2019 Laukie
<3 <3 <3

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30/01/2019 Greg Z Fainberg
This musical piece give me chills John Williams music is the soul behind the success of every movie he wrote music for he is truly a musical genius on par with all the classical greats that came before him. His music is mesmerizing.

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20/08/2018 TB1M1
I can see why JW often cites this as his best work! Bravo.

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19/06/2018 YourMindVS TheWorld
Jedi Maestro Williams

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29/03/2018 Fred Fungus
From 33 seconds to 48 seconds ........IS THE BEST OPENING...THEME OF ALL TIME.......

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13/03/2018 STOCKLAND78
John Williams played the film themes of our lives.

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01/03/2018 leafmixer
When I listen to this it takes me to my childhood as a early teen in 1977......love it. Probably one of the greatest film scores ever

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08/02/2018 Lee Meakins
I was nine when I saw this movie...We were vacationing in Florida from Canada....It scared the shit out of me...pretty bad...

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18/11/2017 Christian Jacq
Une œuvre à la fois inquiétante, fascinante et contemplative dans sa phase finale. Du grand art, du grand John Williams !
Dommage que l'on ne mentionne pas le nom de cet orchestre.

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28/09/2017 kanker kanker
Kut

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02/10/2017 xRobijntjex
undergroundgamer s jup ik moet dit luisteren voor een opdracht van muziek
27/08/2017 3:00"> aghaanantyab
beautiful love theme starts from 3:00

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19/08/2017 tripsadelica
To see the maestro at work is truly wonderful!

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06/08/2017 Chris Sorensen
The first thirty seconds is what causes the goosebumps with that one impacting sequence during the credits, then it moves on building the mystery. Every time I watch the movie I am awe inspired by every scene, every moment when our character Roy gets closer to his goal of finding out why he was chosen as the next ambassador to earth even though he is just a simple electrician by trade, and a failed father to boot. It told me that whomever came from the deepest parts of space only wanted someone with no boundaries to the imagination. And when we saw Roy standing in line waiting along with the other space immigrants that the little space travelers passed by each and every one until finally they met Roy. Smiling, not scared, or thinking ill thoughts of ulterior motives for going into space with their guests for other darker purposes. They only wanted Roy, and Roy alone, which was why they were left behind while Roy was the only one allowed aboard. Binding it all together in one moment of true wish fulfillment is John Williams hurling at us his most beautiful musical piece of all time. Allowing us to experience the happiness, sadness, joy, and freedom to think.... What if? For many around the world Close Encounters has become highly regarded as the best representation of possible Alien life in deep space, and it would soon be our turn. Meaning only the people, and not the irritating governments who try to keep it quiet or under wraps. In the meantime we can simply enjoy John's magnificent music imagining our next encounters. Thank you John Williams.

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17/01/2017 Brett Clark
Ya see...I'm not in line with the whole "mathematics is universal language" tripe...I believe music is the universal language.

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20/01/2017 Brett Clark
Impressive
10/02/2017 millenniumf1138
It doesn't ruin one's understanding of music to be made aware of the technical aspects of it. Math has a lot to do with music, even at the most basic level through the most technically advanced level. Notes are separated by perfect intervals of frequency that can be described by math. The most appealing chords are mathematically appealing, too. Even things like a slide on a trombone has a mathematical correlation, since the most appealing method of playing one is described by beautifully simple calculus. By extension, the musical language in CE3K was both beautiful from a musical standpoint as well as a mathematical one, because the music in the "teaching" moment at the end of the film was partly created by a linguist, who likely used mathematics in some way to give it structure apart from it simply being an emotional "language".
03/03/2017 mrcraig41
Math and science are the universal languages. Intelligent beings that can produce technology would and will come to grips with the same laws of physics that we do. You understand those these things though science and math, not sitting around and making music about it ;)
07/02/2018 Jamiie99
A previous life? Are you fuckin' high
13/07/2018 Giri Dhyaksa
What about deaf people who never heard of music
29/11/2016 Lawrence Reitan
John Williams AND Ennio Morricone can taught the World humans can Compose magic

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09/04/2019 N R
yes. you and i are on the same page.
31/10/2016 Chris R
i would love to see a live performance of the musical exchange between the mothership and the synthesiser.

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27/05/2018 l34052
Chris R

That would be fantastic to see
24/10/2018 Darren Carnall - bringing collectibles to life
I watched Close Encounters a few months ago in the Royal Albert Hall with a full orchestra doing the score live, and they did the whole thing. It was mind blowing. I practically cried with joy at hearing something I NEVER thought I'd see or hear done in my lifetime. I'll upload a video of it eventually. (yes I recorded it lol)
04/08/2019 martyprod2
@Darren Carnall - bringing collectibles to life didn't know they started to give concert about this one too !! Incredible !! All the conversation part must have been a hell to conduct !
02/09/2016 かにカン
日本語!?

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03/08/2016 Thomas Lee Mullins
I think that was beautiful.

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20/07/2016 James Moehring
video is ahead of music... so annoying

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17/08/2016 martyprod2
I will answer to you guys. Sync Issue can happen for 3 reasons

- Enconding video / audio who failed on my part
- Youtube sometimes make a REAL video audio sync issue on some video.
- a bad understanting at what is conducting. Yes conducting is about anticipation, of course it is ! so if you think there is a video audio issue, check the instruments, not the conductor !
17/08/2016 Grymmorgan
@martyprod2 Maybe a small communications issue between us, but I was agreeing with your Point #3.  ;^)
17/08/2016 martyprod2
Which issue ? i was just confirming what you said as a second answer about the sync issue to James Moehring because unfortunatly, it's a message i got everyday on a lot of Williams video, better to repeat it often sometimes :). i was not really answering to you (sorry :) ) but more a generic answer to everybody who is asking themselves the question, think it's out of sync and leave a bad comment and a thumbs down with it :( some even told that Mr williams was a bad conductor....
17/08/2016 Grymmorgan
@martyprod2 All good. We're in agreement, then. :^) Thanks for the great video! :^D
17/08/2016 martyprod2
You're welcome :) i still have some williams videos as conductor to upload here (but not his music, like classical piece with violonist Sarah Chang etc...), i'll try to post them soon ! so stay tuned :).
07/07/2016 Ruthypops1
This man is a genius. A certified genius.

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11/05/2016 copykon
Brilliant

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04/04/2016 5:34 I get chills he looks so in wonder, like he's finally got his dream come true! good vibes with the music!!"> damon trudeau
5:34 I get chills he looks so in wonder, like he's finally got his dream come true! good vibes with the music!!

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26/03/2016 tylsimys67
This is my favorite of all his great themes. I think there are five primus inter pares in the history of movie making: Williams, Henry Mancini, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith and Charles Chaplin.

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22/03/2016 Vane Fal
This was like santa claus conducting. What a gift. I envy the audience, must have been a great night out.

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06/03/2016 FSMonster
They haven't aged a day! Einstein was right!

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04/04/2016 damon trudeau
he was probably one of them
02/03/2016 Glenn Wilkinson
it doesn't get any better than this. Mr Williams we salute you.

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12/12/2015 MichaelHansenFUN
what year was this?

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12/12/2015 martyprod2
+MichaelHansenFUN not sure but as it s during the boston pops tour in japan it must be aound 1993
13/12/2015 MichaelHansenFUN
@martyprod2 because I remember the late 70's and early 80's with him on PBS and aso R2 D2 and CP30 on PBS with the orchestra 
13/12/2015 martyprod2
+MichaelHansenFUN Yes, i posted this show (with R2 and C3po) as well here. check my john williams playlist here.
here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMuVWQHKB4Y

no, this one is later, around 1992/1993. it's from a japan tour done in collaboration with the john williams japanese fan club. i didn't posted it because i removed all the interviews, and just posted the tunes, but at the end of the concert, there is a bunch of japanese teen girls who cry (a lot completly histeric lol) and offer tons of flower to Mr Williams lol. Williams wrote a theme for this club as a gift, that we can find "around" if we search well (on a sheet music, but never recorded).
30/12/2015 Jason Raczkowski
1977
02/10/2015 Spencer Bean
I'm getting a lot of Stravinsky and Strauss.

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10/02/2017 millenniumf1138
Yeah, but neither of them ever really achieved magic in their works like John Williams can. Their works are close, and very beautiful, but they don't really describe fantasy like Williams' music does, and don't evoke a sense of childlike wonder. I'm sure Williams has been inspired by classical and romantic era music, but he has a way of creating music that speaks to the child in our hearts the way no other historical composer has been able to up till now.
01/06/2017 Randy Kern
Spencer Bean and Wagner. That is the composer that influences Williams' compositions the most. It's in the orchestration and over the top-romantic structure of the music. They both know exactly what chords to hit to stir up a certain emotion
15/08/2017 TB1M1
Yes, but also Wagner and Bernard Herrman (Vertigo).. Yet the jazz chords are straight from the 1960's 1970's. Of course there are tricks like putting the 7th of the chord in the bass (again used in ET) . JW counterpoint is still amazing there are so many layers to his compositions that compel repeat listens, in my case hundreds !!
04/09/2015 1:21 I just want to play that so bad"> GalaxyMedic
1:21 I just want to play that so bad

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22/10/2019 bryan payne
From experience, it's hard!
24/08/2015 5:35"> MrCool2monkey
Just look at how happy John Williams is at 5:35

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14/08/2015 Colin Sanders
studio version entered Billboard Dec 24, 1977

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19/06/2015 thedarkness97
He says the sun came out last night....He says it sang to him..

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05/06/2015 https://closeencountersexplained.wordpress.com"> Aka Mystigri
In my view, CE3K is a fable of a journey to enlightenment (God being represented by the mother ship). The two separate narrative lines meeting in the end tell the same story considered at two different levels : Neary’s quest (or Jillian’s) shows the person as a whole while Lacombe’s team shows a microscopic view of the person and details its various mental functions. Read more: 
https://closeencountersexplained.wordpress.com

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14/05/2015 bootsamou
I've always found Superman, Star Wars, Raiders & ET far too similar. But CEof3K is a completely unique piece of music.
Still my favourite film - I'll never forget when I first saw it in Jan '78 on the big screen.. Breathtaking.
The piece from 3.06 is beautiful & the bit @ 6.10 is filled with such emotion that it still brings tears to my eyes.

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14/03/2016 John Anderson
Similar ? are you stupid ?
All theme are differents
09/07/2017 Jeff McDonald
+ bootsamou - I know exactly what you mean. I have heard countless many of John's film soundtracks and only Jaws and Close Encounters seem to really have a definitive identity of their own that is not shared with any other of his films. The Stars Wars motif, while unique from Jaws and CEOT3K, is self-similar to themselves and to almost anything else he's done since. I could play a track at random from any one of his films apart from Jaws or CEOT3K and I wouldn't know what film they were from, apart from a few unique and memorable themes in the first Star Wars film(episode 3). Just my opinion. Perhaps other people think differently. Just puttin' in my 2 cents worth. I thought that John Anderson was insensitive and rude and I personally felt slightly insulted by his comment too and so I wanted to give you a little support. Apparently John Anderson doesn't understand that the word "similar" does not mean "identical". Of course they're not identical. They just seem a bit homogenized - like Mr. Williams was drying up on truly epic ideas, which is completely understandable. I don't dis John for it. Im a huge fan of Mr. Williams. I'm blow away by how far he has come since writing the incidental music for Gilligan's Island. I'm a songwriter and I certainly understand the concept of running low on ideas, but still needing to create output on demand. Homogeneity often results.
25/04/2015 bigfootdu42
trop beau !

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19/03/2015 robert hingston
Great stuff

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28/02/2015 Space 84
RESPECT!!!

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25/01/2015 Ruple Thaker
So good.

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22/01/2015 Julien Stewart
I don't know about anybody else, but their something spiritual about this score that I love. Its almost like score is telling us this is what HEAVEN is really like.

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06/02/2015 Bulldozer
the invention of man?
01/06/2017 Randy Kern
Julien Stewart music is a higher revelation than all of that
22/02/2018 ADAM YOUNG
well said. there is something mysterious and a bit unnerving while some of it shimmers in a spiritual realm in a timeless way.
25/06/2019 John Canfield
Julien, I don't know if you'll return for this, but I would say, there is enough wonderful remaining in this world to remind us of what we could have been without the Fall of man. What awaits is wonderful!
10/01/2015 Lyle Johnson
I saw ufos that stopped overhead for about a minute back in April, 66 in Clinton, Iowa. It sent a chill down my spine. When this movie came out I took my Wife to see it and I got the same chills down my spine watching the police chase the ufos.

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10/01/2015 ENRIQUE BUTRON
Un gran Compositor el Maestro John Williams!!

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06/12/2014 John G
I really like that Asian girl playing the violin as the theme comes to a climax.

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26/11/2014 jerry moe
This guy is a genius and he is a new Yorker like me!!!!!!

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29/10/2014 Nellumsfilms.HD
Beautiful

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18/10/2014 MƠƝƠ MЄƖƧM
Out of this world.............

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17/10/2014 richaroodledoodle
Genius……no other sounds can describe an unknown origin with all it's wonder like this soundtrack.
            My German Shepherd howls to it every time in wonder too.

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12/10/2014 Jules R
Magical !!!!! thank you for sharing :)

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28/08/2014 Enrique David García Vela
Bellísima, magica, extraordinaria...el genio de J. Williams emciona y maravilla. Una joya de los soundtracks !

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08/07/2014 SandraMaraCarvalhode Melo
Grace    Martyprod2   hear   beauty  melody   with  conduction   bellisima  of  Master   John  Williams  is beauty   a reality,   gracias   

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08/07/2014 martyprod2
You're welcome :)
22/06/2014 Ulfarks
Quel morceau...

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01/05/2014 Willem Van den Panhuysen
Brilliant. i watch for the first time this orchestra play this awesome film soundtrack score. I heard it first in 1977 as a 15 years young boy and bought the music on vinyl. It will always bring tears in my eyes, so emotional...

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24/10/2018 justin case
oh man tell me about it.. I saw the Phoenix Symphony do the music of John Williams.. I was CRYING when I hear them play this song live !!!
25/04/2014 Luis Flores
Wow how can someone come up with such beautiful movie music.. Mr williams is a legend!

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06/04/2014 fred houpt
One of my all time top 10 films....never tire of it.  Great soundtrack.

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02/10/2015 Spencer Bean
Same.
02/04/2014 Noelio Emerald-Isle
Timeless.....let the mind wander through the air

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24/03/2014 rob dagom
Os filmes de Spielberg não seriam os mesmos se não fosse John Williams.

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06/03/2014 Gerasimos Michalitsianos
beautiful theme. this entire set of excerpts takes you on a journey. 

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19/02/2014 Dale Andrews
"Center, aircraft now looks like extra bright landing lights. I thought Air East 31 had his landing lights ON!  No distinct outline...and to tell the truth, the colors are rather brilliant, alternating from red to blue and the colors are rather striking"

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15/09/2013 johnberg181
The music is genius, and I still feel that the last part or main theme of the music can be elaborated upon further to reach even greater heights of genius.

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11/08/2013 thedarkness97
I wouldnt know what kind of report to file centre.

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02/08/2013 Nonstarter-in-Chief
You couldn't have said it any better!

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13/07/2013 Phillip Bailey
Last night we attended the CBSO (City of Birmingham [UK] Symphony Orchestra) 'Blockbusters' night conducted by (Baron) Dirk Brosse. Now I may well be a chav, but it was sublime ...

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13/06/2013 Eldor503
Please, listen to Bach and Haydn, Haydn and Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms, Schumann and Brahms... Is that copy? Nope, musical continuity. You're welcome. (PS: Actually I prefer John Williams to Stravinsky.)

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31/05/2013 GGbreizh
Rewriter? He is a composer... He never 'rewrites' anything.

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02/04/2013 wetbobo
6:46 "Damn, that was beautiful. I really outdid myself this time! The people LOVE IT! But wait...hmm....you know, what this really needs is some synths and a drum machine to really kick it up a notch. Damn...I should have followed what mom always told me, and become a DJ....I'd look pretty dope in a giant mouse head! Yeah, that's it! I'm getting CLOSER!"

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01/03/2013 TruthSurge
So, don't they all feel like little puppets, just told what notes to play and when? :( I want to see one of them break out and ad lib a little blues around 6:43.

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01/03/2013 TruthSurge
3:25 wow! She scratched her nose between plucks. Difficulty factor: 2.3!

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01/03/2013 TruthSurge
1:33 "Jesus Christ! Couldn't he have written something more pastoral?"

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24/12/2018 YouTube employee On my break
TruthSurge Jesus Christ couldn’t carry a tune to save his life.
18/02/2013 Luisa Duarte
The opening is nothing but a sad copy of Stravinsky's 'Rite Of Spring'. I like the 'tee nee now noh neee' though...

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08/02/2013 Larry Lee Moniz
The only reason John Williams CE3K score didn't win the Academy Award for 1977 is because John Williams other masterpiece Star Wars was choosen instead! Be got beaten out by himself! He is a pure musical genius.

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14/12/2012 Michael P. Shipley
Perfect.

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18/11/2012 GGbreizh
It is not a cello but a double bass.

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02/11/2012 Anthony Faulkner
Stunning! The audience seem rather underwhelmed though...

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25/10/2012 kxmode
May the double bass be with you!

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25/10/2012 PeterJacksonSpain
The Bass!

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29/08/2012 kxmode
I believe John Williams has a lot in common with Mozart. Mozart composed scores for plays, plays were the films of his day.

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29/08/2012 kxmode
5:03 I see George Lucas joined the orchestra playing the chello.

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29/08/2012 kxmode
It was like an ice cream cone.

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14/08/2012 scottishzombie
Aries 31, do you wish to file a report? Over.

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04/08/2012 hernandezrivas
The Master at work..... Look closely and I bring you GENIUS!!!!

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08/07/2012 GGbreizh
I'm sorry that I misunderstood you but the way you wrote your message made me think that you were considering Williams as someone who only steal from other composers. I'm a bit paranoid since I heard that many times...

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07/07/2012 jazz4
Oh, I'm aware everything is composed soley by him. I just heard a bit of a Ravel influence in there as well as the composers you mentioned.

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07/07/2012 GGbreizh
The score is more inspired by Ligeti and Bartok, but it is his own score, it is only John Williams.

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07/07/2012 GGbreizh
Who are the three others?

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30/03/2012 RockerDave12
Yes he composed it and conducts the orchestra, but let's not forget the orchestra who plays it. An orchestra of many formidable artistes. Sort of the same as a film director "conducting an orchestra" of film makers and special effects people. Yes both the conductor and director are important people, but without the orchestra and film crew, they're just a one man show. My hat's off to the orchestras and film crews that make magic with these guys.

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20/03/2012 jazz4
This score has lots of Ravel in it.

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18/03/2012 MasterOfDisguise116
5:32 look at that smile... just an old genius having fun... Long live John Williams!

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08/03/2012 Raul Romero Music
Long live John Williams!

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20/12/2011 ValkyrieAD
I believe that such music as this will be considered the "classical music" of the 20th and 21st centuries which will be listened to decades, even centuries from now.

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26/11/2011 richaroodledoodle
The best composer of our time.

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