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No es música, es cine: Lawrence de Arabia


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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.

12/12/2017 EDUARDO DANIEL OCAMPO RAMOS
HERMOSO!!!

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08/12/2017 Juan Carlos Henriquez Sepulveda
GRACIAS MAURICE

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19/11/2017 Kevin Chambers
In loving memory (lol !) of the six years I worked in Saudi and the five years I worked in Qatar !

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08/11/2017 Christian Jacq
Maurice Jarre aurait été certainement ravi de cette interprétation.

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31/10/2017 Sergio Ariel Ruiz
no lo plagie

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28/10/2017 Shahid Rasheed
THE TITLE THEME OF THE FILM " LAWRENCE OF ARABIA " IS EXCELLENT. MY FAVORITE THEME. COMMENTS FROM:- SHAHID RASHEED KHAN, ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN. COMMENTS POSTED ON 28-10-2017.

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26/10/2017 Nico mento
vamoooos los redooondooos!!!

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25/10/2017 Haider Zaza
الله يرحمك.يانجم ياعمر شريف
كل ما اسمع موسيقى اتذكرك 💔
اعمالك حتبقى خالده بذهن كل محب ومتابع عربي او اجنبي

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16/10/2017 nitin ogale
Amazing music......and superb movie.....

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08/10/2017 Edward Lawrence
This musical score is so well done and beautiful. A true masterpiece. I have been listening to it all those years and I simply do not stop enjoy it. Wonderful

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01/10/2017 guilherme diadosk
amor lawrence

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20/09/2017 beerborn
I was 8 years old when I first saw Lawrence of Arabia in a downtown Los Angeles theatre when it was first shown in 1963. A lot of those nice large theatres are now long gone.

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19/09/2017 Lonesome Dove
Such a beautiful, haunting theme....RIP Peter O'Toole and Omar Sharif..

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26/08/2017 Jane Prior
I first heard this music, watching a screening of the film on the roof top of a hotel, in Steamer Point Aden. cooling breezes blowing off the sea under an Arab sky. I'm thinking of poor Aden and what it is suffering now. Yet the music conjurers up all of the the exotic romance of the Arabian peninsula culture.

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26/08/2017 bouchaib knyane
Formidable

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18/08/2017 pkamath001
The sound of an Empire! Vast as a desert and grand as the rising sun. Wonderful.

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14/08/2017 Harper walsh
omar sharif is great too

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14/08/2017 Harper walsh
peter o'toole is a fab actor

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17/07/2017 José Luis Brandoni
Que grandes los Redonditos tocando La gran bestia pop!

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11/07/2017 Carlos Homem Pereira
muito bom

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10/07/2017 gabrielucho ca
la bestia pop 😀😀

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05/07/2017 Coajo Rnr
Quien iba a creer que la bestia pop iba a llegar hasta aca. Emocionante!

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28/06/2017 Yasmina Berrabane
🕋♥️❤️💐🌼🌹🌷🌺🌞

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28/06/2017 LARCHANGE1
Maurice Jarre est un compositeur Français de musiques de scènes et de musiques de films, né le 13 septembre 1924 dans le 5e arrondissement de Lyon (France) et mort le 29 mars 2009 à Malibu USA

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23/06/2017 marta meek
All about Lawrence and Peter who are laughing that they so channeled each other to make the movie and the music

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15/06/2017 audrey sky
I have seen Lawrence of Arabia many times in theaters and dvd. The music was and remains so special. Without being in that area, the desert views and filming were inspiring Thank you for introducing to me to John Wilson.

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10/06/2017 Bill Bright
Major Lawrence, just what is it about the desert you love?

It's clean.

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17/05/2017 fredo1070
Nothing is written.

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10/05/2017 jose Luis Peñas De La Fuentes
Es una de las músicas que más me gusta.

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07/05/2017 Soa K
Great theme! And a talented orchestra...thank you for loading!

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01/05/2017 Beppe Sapone
Great music ... great film.

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11/04/2017 JUAN LOZANO
wonderful
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10/04/2017 Santiago Perez
vamo lo redondoo (8

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10/04/2017 Matias Herrera
aguantee los redondos !

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28/03/2017 Franco Gimenez
Ooh vamo' los redondos ♪ vamo' los redondos ♪vamo' los redoo ♪

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22/03/2017 Nicolás Vilca
Vamo lo redondoo

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15/03/2017 nakedmambo
Jarre was a superlative film composer who knew how convey emotion and compliment the film. He knew the importance of a strong theme. This and the music from Dr Zhivago and his score for A Passage to India are timeless masterpieces.

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13/03/2017 Thomas Wilson
Sigh....when movies were movies and composers were composers. Excellent performance.

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03/03/2017 Gaston Zambon
Vamo lo Redondooo, aguante los Redondos viejaaaaa!!!

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25/02/2017 marta meek
WOW - this magnificence is no longer is present in this 2017 age. Lame movies, Lame Soundtracks

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28/01/2017 Matias Ayesa
vamoo los redondos!

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27/01/2017 buzz kirschner
superb, thanks for posting

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22/01/2017 Bill Bright
✨ ✨ 🌒

🌴🐪 🇸🇦 🐪🌴

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18/01/2017 marta meek
I am gripped in AWE at this Magnificent Composition that is so fitting to the real Lawrence of Arabia.

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15/01/2017 FANNY JEM WONG
Maravilloso

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24/11/2016 Amira minz
😍

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16/09/2016 stink pigg
Lawrence was a insignificant person who in his life has influence the lives of us all.

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23/08/2016 belisaire33
Chapeau ! On se croirait dans la BO du film ! Habituellement, on a quelque chose qui évoque de loin la magie de ce thème musical. Bravo aux timbalistes.

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24/10/2016 Johna Lennox
belisaire33 thanks
11/08/2016 Bill Bright
Like a storm in the desert,,
one may enter,
but they will not exit.
alive.

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24/07/2016 Luis Parra
The British betrayed Lawrance and Arabs, after beated the Turk.

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23/07/2016 Paul H Aube
My thoughts instantly taken to the movie.

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14/07/2016 Gabriel Gatica
A brillar mi amor vamos a brillar mi amor🎼 la gran bestia pop

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13/07/2016 TheScienceofnature
The tale is of the majestic, beautiful and vast desert, told by a western traveler. After describing the desert, he goes onto describing the small band of his kin among the desert and its inhabitants. Optimistic and growing in confidence, then comes the struggle and ends with the blend of cultures and the unchanging desert.

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12/07/2016 Kinopanorama Widescreen Preservation Association Incorporated
I see that Tristan Fry is one of the tympanists.

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26/06/2016 Almirante1741
El director lo hacía fatal.

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25/06/2016 Slashermcgerk
one of the best scores of all time AMAZING nothing else like it

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25/04/2016 Daniel Spitalnik
I saw LoA on a 4K huge screen at the cinema a few months ago. Unbelievable experience.

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19/04/2016 Jeff Smith
Well done...

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14/04/2016 loricashe CASHE
Lawrence of Arabia is undisputedly one of the finest movies ever made. Peter O'Toole was screwed out of an Oscar thanks to what I consider an average movie and decent performance by Gregory Peck.(won the Oscar). All the ingredients that went into the making of LOA were absolutely superb, sprawling scenes on 70mm film, cinematography, and the musical score, WOW, those succession of notes that make this score unforgettable! I have yet to see a finer performance from a male actor. It was his first movie roll and he nailed the character dead center. Timeless, unsurpassed, never to be equaled again. One hell of a movie! R.I.P. Mr. O'Toole.

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19/04/2016 Jeff Smith
+loricashe CASHE A film never to be equaled...
06/05/2016 Kirsten I. Russell
+loricashe CASHE Agreed! Since Peter O'Toole's performance in Lawrence of Arabia was one of the best of the 20th century, not just of 1962, the Academy Awards just weren't good enough for that performance! I stopped taking the Oscars seriously because of oversights like this. (BTW, when the Academy finally gave O'Toole a special Oscar for all his film performances, guess what music the orchestra played as he came out--not a medley of music from all those movies, but the music that would have been played if he'd won the 1962 Oscar.)
20/09/2017 beerborn
Peter O'Toole had a total of 8 Oscar nominations in his entire career. The most by any actor/actress in history. Did not win one single one. So Hollywood decided to give him one for his milestone movie career. I would have flatly refused it if I was him. To give you an oscar for no major movie role. That is was the Oscar is all about.
17/11/2017 Greg
Yes, to give the very average journeyman actor Gregory Peck an Oscar for that Mockingbird rubbish film was the worst of many many mistakes the Academy has made. They can't be taken seriously any more, by anyone. Maybe that's why such rubbish juvenile films are being made today. There's no longer any incentive, because nobody expects or wants "oscars" for them.
22/03/2016 Dread Nought
Love the movie. BBC brilliant! T. E. Lawrence extraordinary!

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07/03/2016 peter feltham
The BBC Concert Orchestra is one of my favourite bands but it has one very major shortcoming.The trumpet section has strict limitations when it comes to playing in the upper register.But i still enjoy them.

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13/02/2016 Kirsten I. Russell
This overture has, of course, the sweeping theme for Lawrence's love of the desert. But it also has authentic Arabian sounding themes as well as a British military theme. All these elements are beautifully woven together. This is one of the great movie scores of the 20th century.

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25/12/2016 Michel 1980
Kirsten I. Russell you're right.
17/01/2017 samuel lancaster
Kirsten I. Russell yes indeed
28/05/2017 Steven S
Maurice Jarre on the same level of John Williams and Elmer Bernstein
22/06/2017 russ thomas
nice that you added Elmer Bernstein to your faves. my choice from his best scores is the subtle, serene and nostalgic theme of 'To Kill a Mockingbird.' Harper Lee said herself that this music was the perfect fit to the sentimentality of the movie. "It brought me back so fast to that time of my childhood."
30/10/2017 Armando Guedes da Fonte
Kirsten I. Russell This was indeed "The Film" .
02/02/2016 Aftab Noujash Chowdhury
still impressive

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09/01/2016 Analia S Monteiro
Indescritivelmente... Belo!

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01/01/2016 skpknight
I love the epic films,and part of that love is music like this!

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24/12/2015 David Wiliamson
when I saw this film and heard the music many years ago I wanted to go to Arabia - now I don't know . it's very sad the turmoil over .

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05/07/2016 محمد العتيبي
You can always to Najd right in the middle of arabia or UAE, it's Peaceful there
18/12/2015 Dave Glo
I saw 'Lawrence' at the Ziegfeld Theater when it was re-released in the 1980s. That screen is about a mile wide, and when this sweeping music played, you felt as if you were right there in the desert.

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08/12/2015 Thierry
When I traveled to Jordania, I had always this music in my head.

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06/12/2015 Yu Hsin Wang
Netflix has this fim in Ultra4K. It's magnificent to watch desert scene with this music!

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06/12/2015 niceemoboi
I can see Jack Hawkins   when  hear this

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26/11/2015 Philip Croft
We owe John Wilson so much for all his really hard work, in not only preserving and performing great popular music like this, but the years of toil searching for the lost and distroyed heritage, of American musical culture. I never miss his TV appearances, and always see him when on tour.

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11/10/2015 Fat Bastard
I'm sure that Sir T.E. Lawrence would weep bitter tears to see what has become of his beloved Arab nation in the 21st century and there is nothing that can be done to stop the bloodshed.

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06/12/2015 Cronosx2008
+Fat Bastard it could do more for the Arabs,
pity that the Jews met their goals based
terrorism. pity.
18/12/2015 Dave Glo
+Cronosx2008 I'm sure you mean they met their goals by courage, tenacity, brainpower, resourcefulness. But I'm guessing that's not what you meant. Whatever. The Arab nation has had decades to lift themselves out of the 7th century. But as Lawrence said, 'you're a silly people, you could've been great.'
19/12/2015 Cronosx2008
+Dave Glo misunderstood the issue, not all is terrorism, although this fashion.
10/10/2015 mike heptin
This has to be the greatest of all film scores,  oh and by the way the film is probably the greatest too!

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03/10/2015 Gordon M.
Fucking love the cornette at 2:30! Great stuff!

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01/08/2015 ahmed alshehri
R.I.P

Omar Alsharif

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12/07/2015 Ana Sales
REST  IN  PEACE   =   OMAR SHARIF.... LAWRENCE OF  ARABIA  MAIN THEME.

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11/07/2015 Cygnus75
Wonderful, WONDERFUL piece of music. Maurice Jarre was touched by Divinity when he composed this soundtrack... and all the others that came after it.

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07/10/2015 MrCarloszeca
+Cygnus75 Listen to this piece, was compose 100 years ago, then tell if it was touch by divinity. It's first three minutes, extremely similar.

Ricardo Castro (1864-1907) (Mexique)

Concerto pour piano et orchestre (1904) 1/3

Pianiste : Rodolfo Ritter
06/12/2015 Cronosx2008
+MrCarloszeca mexique es mexico???
10/01/2016 The AFOH
+Cronosx2008 Si.
10/01/2016 Cronosx2008
+The AFOH gracias, me siento orgulloso que un mexicano compusiera esta obra 
10/01/2016 The AFOH
+Cronosx2008
Ojo, que la obra del video fue compuesta por Maurice Jarre, frances. El mexicano es el del Concerto pour piano et orchestre, mencionado en el comentario anterior.
10/07/2015 Robert Craig
In loving memory of one of the stars of Lawrence of Arabia, Omar Sharif, who passed on today.  Omar Sharif, R.I.P.

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20/09/2017 beerborn
In the final scene in the movie Dr. Zhivago he die's of a heart attack after he thought he saw Lara walking down the street after he try's to run and get her attention. In real life he die's of a real heart attack.
08/07/2015 Adult Hybrid Child of Extraterrestrials
I remember going to the theater and while we sat waiting for the movie to begin, they would play the music playing from the movie that we were waiting to see, with nothing more than a curtain to look at.

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30/05/2015 MefilioDeAggelo
Other themes that look alike?
i.e. Mummy
(for musicological assignments)

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18/12/2015 Dave Glo
The Star Wars theme is taken almost note for note from Puccini's Manon Lescaut. The song 'Born Free' owes a lot to Puccini's theme as well.

The song 'There's a Place for Us' from West Side Story is lifted from the 2nd movement of Beethoven's Emperor piano concerto.
29/05/2015 Julio Tovar
me siento en el desierto

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28/05/2015 Dick Fungus
Never gets old.

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19/05/2015 tiffsaver
Perhaps one of the loveliest, most sweeping and identifiable themes in film music history.

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18/12/2015 Dave Glo
+gordie eccles 'Aqaba'
18/12/2015 surferlaments
+Dave Glo // 2 points for you for knowing what i was talking about. minus 1 point for me for not spelling it right. onward to aqaba.......
21/01/2016 Trimelda Concepcion' McDaniels
+tiffsaver Oh yes. I saw this movie when I was about 8 years old. I kept falling asleep because it was so long but I always remembered the theme as one of the most beautiful pieces of music I had ever heard. I used to sing it to myself as I fell asleep summer nights
21/01/2016 surferlaments
+tiffsaver // i re-read what you have said. i agree with you, lawrence is indeed the most identifiable thyme. shane was indeed a fine movie and the call of the faraway hills.... i so love. you did well. regards tiffsaver.
21/01/2016 tiffsaver
+gordie eccles
Same to you, my friend.
17/04/2015 Cuack17
La bestia pop

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14/04/2015 leo rick
The trick william potter is not minding that is hurt

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09/04/2015 mipan13
Really best music for watching landscape of desert. Great.

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24/03/2015 bluegreen988
muslims  could not make that kind of music..they are good on killing each other..

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03/04/2015 J S R Lasher
Keep your bigotry to yourself. It does not belong here.
26/05/2015 Jillie Hagens
+bluegreen988 There's a reason this music makes you think of Arabia. The reason is because these types of swingy, dreamy warm melodies originated from Arabia and are therefore associated with the land. Muslims and Arabs have been making great exotic music throughout history and they still are.
06/12/2015 Cronosx2008
+bluegreen988  lawrence is muslim
18/12/2015 Dave Glo
+Cronosx2008 Completely false. He had a great knowledge of Arabic and the Arab nation, but he was Christian.
19/12/2015 Cronosx2008
+Dave Glo You need to read between the lines to understand the previous comment.
20/03/2015 marios manesis
great theme by Maurc jarre, thanks

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05/03/2015 Ricardo Becker Maçaneiro
Bravo! Bravíssimo!

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16/02/2015 J J Townley Sometime-composer of Piano Concertos
Anybody think of Borodin and his "In the Steppes of Central Asia" when they hear this? Different parts of the world, I know but I think of everything from Southern Russia over to Arabia as one giant belt of Oriental-flavored exoticism. Not many people know that after the success of Lawrence, Lean came to O'Toole and told him he wanted O'Toole to play Zhivago in a new film he was preparing. O'Toole, still recalling vividly all that sweltering he did in the Arabian desert for over a year and his reputation already made, turned Lean down, which created some bad blood between them that lasted for years. Sharif, still struggling to make his mark, happily jumped at the chance and the rest is history. O'Toole said later that he chose parts based on whether or not they "spoke to him" and Zhivago just didn't seem to speak to him. __J Joe (also a composer of a piano concerto no 2 in c minor)

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24/02/2015 Cirtap Tomas
Well when Omar was filming Dr. Zhivago...during the middle of the filming..Omar went to David at night to his place..crying..balling his eyes out...David ask Omar..why was he crying? Omar told David..that he wasn't talking that much in the film...and didn't understand why there was not much conversation Omar was having..playing Dr. Zhivago...David Lean told Omar..that Dr. Zhivago the film is seen through your Eyes! He was our witness to it all...AND Judy Davis in Passage to India had the same problem...and went to Lean and asked him..where was her lines? How come she wasn't Acting much!! David Lean..like with Omar..told Judy Davis..we are seeing India through your eyes. OF COURSE in real Life.. Judy Davis didn't like Lean's overbearing Directing...The Only Female Actress Lean Admired and truly loved was Kate Hepburn from their Movie Summertime. They both had great respect and admiration for one another...Kate suggested Peter O'Toole to David Lean for Arabia 
24/02/2015 J J Townley Sometime-composer of Piano Concertos
>>>Kate suggested Peter O'Toole to David Lean for Arabia 

Now that I did not know. How fascinating. How did Kate learn of Peter. The only thing I'd seen him do before Lawrence was a horrible film with Quinn called "Savage Innocents". And they even dubbed Peter's voice for the American release. Peter certainly paid her back for the favor in spades by begging her to do Lion in Winter to take her mind of the loss of Tracy, for which she won her third Oscar.
24/02/2015 Cirtap Tomas
Katie Hepburn seen Peter O'Toole in a play in England called... Royal Court Theatre in Willis Hall’s World War II play The Long and the Short and the Tall..Kate went back stage..and chatted with Peter maybe a moment or two..Kate didn't gush over him...but she was being..Kate!!! lol   Kate and David were very close to one another..BUT in real life David hated all woman he directed expect Kate. They got along great with one another. After she seen Peter in that play...David was having trouble casting for Lawrence...Albert Finney was going to do it..but got scared of the length and David!!!

Marlon Brando was talking to Producer Sam Spiegel and was deciding to do Lawrence or Mutiny on the Bounty...But Brando at that time was extremely difficult and getting FAT...he blew out his pants a many a times on the set of Bounty..Then Richard Burton was interested and talked to Lean..but had his own problems with Cleopatra and Liz. Anthony Perkins was interested...but went on to Pyscho. Monty Cliff begged for it...But it was...

Kate Hepburn who convinced Lean to go with Peter...and yep..Years later..Peter sent Kate a play by James Goldman Lion in Winter...A week later Kate Called Peter..and said let's do it before were too old! 
24/02/2015 J J Townley Sometime-composer of Piano Concertos
+Cirtap Tomas You know your movies, that's for sure. Despite their 25-year age difference O'Toole and Hepburn were magnificent together. Becket and Lion in Winter are two of the few movies I know by heart, the others, oddly being Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein and At War With the Army.
24/02/2015 Cirtap Tomas
I admire Katharine Hepburn..She is the best of the best. Why I admire her so..is that Kate did whatever she wanted to do. She had zero complications in her life. Well Maybe Spence..They truly loved one another..and it was NOT a complicated relationship at all. Love. Spence was the Best of The Actors...He never talked about..Like John Ford..another Kate's Love...About their craft. You could never get Spence or John Ford to talk about their own skills..but would talk about other actors and directors.

I think the age difference was 23, between Kate and Peter at the time of their work. Peter O'Toole's Daughter is named Kate..after Katharine..and In John Ford's The Quiet Man, Maureen O'Hara's role of ... Mary Kate Danaher...is named after the two women that John Ford Loved the most..His Wife..Mary Ford and Katharine Hepburn!!! John Ford and Kate..like Lean..loved one another and respected their craft. 
14/02/2015 J S R Lasher
This is a surprisingly poor performance from an otherwise excellent ensemble. Maurice would be turning over in his grave.

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14/02/2015 Ian frederick
This music makes me dream of desert places, clean sand, clear nights lit by a cast of a thousand stars, hand feeding my andromed drominoid - camel! Surely someone else could do the fighting stuff - couldn't I just stay in Feisal's tent and point a stick at a map?

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25/12/2015 Steven Parsons
+Ian frederick Flies Ian flies in the dream land of desert places.
22/05/2017 Steven S
No Arab loves the desert, there is nothing in the desert, we love water and green trees.
28/11/2014 John Hutchins
0:02 I love that composer's reaction, "This is gonna be huge".

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29/07/2017 andrew7taylor
Conductor, not composer :) He didn't write it, he performs the music!
08/11/2014 L.A. Prodigy
I can't think of any new theme to a movie that has had such an amazing sound as this, perhaps "The Last of the Mohicans" although that was 20 years ago

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01/11/2014 Irfan Haleem
TERAS FOR FEARS ........................

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30/10/2014 Seu Digão
Instafav!

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15/10/2014 Berdureis
Harika birşey

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09/10/2014 Reid Butler
I have the strangest urge to invade Aqaba ;D

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14/09/2014 DGSE
Merci Maurice Jarre.Ahahahahah
Parole d'un Fils de pied-noir.

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30/08/2014 subkontrabasklarinet
Eat this, Hans Zimmer...

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03/04/2015 J S R Lasher
Who is Hans Zimmer?
07/05/2015 Henric von Winklebottom
+J S R Lasher Exactly.
19/05/2015 tiffsaver
+subkontrabasklarinet
I must agree with your assessment of Zimmer. That said, I do think that his score from Gladiator was quite memorable. But he didn't live up to the hype. I think the composers of the past were much more knowledgable of music composition in general.
24/09/2017 Elbert Pham
I think we should respect both sides of the spectrum as they both have talented composers on each side but just with different styles and perspectives which I both enjoy
12/11/2017 Philip Croft
JSR he's better known for those frames
18/08/2014 E Guimaraes
I like Jarre, i like this music, and I like this movie ... Quando eu era pequeno assisti Laurence da Arabia ser imaginar que um dia este e sua história fazem parte de uma intrincada jogada do Reino Unido (UK) para manter e aumentar o seu poderio sobre o planeta - Mr. Winston Spencer Churchil inteligentemente criou a matriz energética que at

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13/08/2014 LEOPARDTWO
See the film! You won't forget it! 

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15/07/2014 Mike Romas
I like it, except the timpanists are not together a the beginning at all, and the starting tempo is all over the place. The conductor is sweating bullets about 20 seconds in.

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20/08/2014 Barry Smith
right, he has done better
06/07/2014 Gerry Langley
Only one word, Beautiful

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04/07/2014 Cathérine Huybrechts
Thank's for sharing !!!! One of the most (If not  ...the upmost !) epic film themes ...allways gives me the shivers !!! ..nothing else can depict more the overwhelming vastness  of the dessert !!! 

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18/06/2014 Lord Humungus
The guy sitting with the piano keyboard just sitting there doin fuk all lol. 

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27/04/2014 felipe alves
muito bom

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27/04/2014 Laszlo Fuzfa
Volt kitől tanuljon a kis Jean Michel Jarre!

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03/04/2014 megamanxv
WOW!!! Amazing... Epic movie themes for Epic movies...

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22/03/2014 Bostonite1985
Thank you for the music and RIP...Monsieur Maurice Jarre

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03/03/2014 60smusicrules
Best score ever

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24/02/2014 Nilton Vanin
A música mais fantástica de cinema do melhor filme de todos os tempos.

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08/02/2014 spacepatrolman
0:41

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07/02/2014 DarwinsFriend
Percussion is this score's key.

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04/02/2014 Krzysztof Gozdek
Genialna muzyka w genialnym filmie

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21/01/2014 Nabil
Straordinario

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17/01/2014 Maryam Alabdullah
Waw pravo

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03/01/2014 jslasher1
"Lawrence of Arabia" is undoubtably one of the greatest of the widescreen (ie. 70mm ) epics. Maurice Jarre's score certainly insured the success of the film.

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31/12/2013 Charlie Muller
do not forget alec guinness and omar sharif and arthur kennedy.

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03/01/2014 B. Frost
Not to mention David Lean, director, and Robert Bolt, writer.  
25/12/2013 Pa St
Μουσική μαγεία-αιώνια μουσική

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17/12/2013 takaz2
Peter O toole and Antony Queen, 2 best actors ever....he each deserve far more than an Oscar 

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16/12/2013 Al Berto
RIP Peter

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15/12/2013 Alex Sarria
RIP

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15/12/2013 Pietro Testori
Lowrence  -  O'Toole helped you in your success

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15/12/2013 Daniel Abrunheiro
Requiescat in Pace, Mr. P. O'T.

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15/12/2013 SaraLou211
RIP Peter O'Toole

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25/11/2013 Mariana Carvão
Imortal e... maravilhoso!

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23/10/2013 syed fasihuddin
Film Lawrence of Arabia

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18/10/2013 michael allen
I wrote the exact same reply to "Acaba" as you did....."Then Damascus".....we've seen Lawrence of Arabia too many times my friend!

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18/10/2013 michael allen
....THEN DAMASCUS...

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29/09/2013 TheMiguelpic
1:22 mistakeee!!! ;)

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19/09/2013 desensitizedimpulsivesloth
Camera operators did no worse job than the orchestra. Great.

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02/09/2013 Victor CoverMusic
Classic!

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31/08/2013 jose fiorelli
It's difficult to find such great movie with such great music theme. Perfect! The music touchs deeply our heart transporting us to that magic enviroment made of sands, dreams, pains and hopes.

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18/08/2013 luciastrazeri
Maravilhoso!!!

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02/07/2013 Zahinn
Do you not fear, English?

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28/06/2013 sandra beatriz casanova guzman
hermoso tema...pero Peter O´tool en sus tiempos mozo era hermoso.

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22/06/2013 Enzo Ferrara
Grande film.Onore al col.T.E.Lawrence grande stratega militare oltre che grande uomo di cultura.

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22/06/2013 Enzo Ferrara
Grande musica! Ottima esecuzione

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22/06/2013 Bryan Kilburn
Does it get any better than this?

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11/06/2013 The Accelerator
Nothing is written.

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07/06/2013 knackeroo
NO PRISONERS !!

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14/05/2013 ragemanchoo82
O'Toole didn't get an Oscar for this.... ugh...

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10/05/2013 mastorovich
how racist, they all white ;)

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06/05/2013 cellofingers
There was more vibrato in the string section than I realized in this piece.....full of beauty and a sense of longing.

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12/04/2013 camo johnson
1:49 the french horn guy screwed up

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12/04/2013 camo johnson
best theme ever if you put this in a meme to fit with a certain meme what would it be

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10/02/2013 Judy Abbott
thank you, thank you, thank you

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24/11/2012 DEthe5150
Epic performance of an epic theme from an epic movie from 1962!

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22/11/2012 my21monkeys
Just one word to describe this " WOW " !!!

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17/08/2012 Terrel .Coleman
Acaba...

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30/10/2011 John Antom-McSmith
LOL the guys face at 0:04 is like "Oh yeah baby this is it!!!! :)"

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21/01/2011 cineastasolaris
i feel like butterflies in my stomach when I always hear this masterpiece and more from 2:03

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