no es musica es cine john williams conduce quiditch de harry potter

No es música, es cine: Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal


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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.

20/02/2017 Justin Blanken
finally some brass only. no wood winds.

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17/09/2016 Llamatacos295
Is that Draco Malfoy on the French horn?

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23/04/2016 Noemis Smith
For the three people who have dissliked this , you obviously don't know shit about brass playing.

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14/01/2015 秀明村上
かっこいいです!!

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11/10/2014 Tigerwarhawk
To Brainbran1:  While it is true that none of these horns are 8Ds, Mackey did play an 8D for years before he won the 4th horn gig at BSO. 

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03/09/2014 Reynaldo Fernandez Jr.
Do you guys notice how John Williams manage to make us feel how at the end someone grabs the quidditch ball? at 1:42

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31/07/2014 Gary Ofenloch
Trumpets: Tom Rolfs, Bruce Hall, Steve Emery. Horns: Gus Sebring, John Menkis, Jay Wadenpfuhl, Dick Mackey. Trombones: Norman Bolter, Darren Acosta, Doug Yeo. Tuba: Gary Ofenloch.

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26/09/2015 JonatasMonte
+Gary Ofenloch Thank you
05/11/2013 Brainbran1
to RWB SMITH below. There are no Conn 8ds here. These are all Geyer wrap style horns. not even close to an 8Duh.

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05/11/2013 Aoi Fukuda
すごいですね!尊敬しますヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ音程もあってていいですね

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29/08/2013 Nick Auer
Lol you mean Dick Mackey!

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05/05/2013 Becky Bohart
I play a double french horn and i think this is awesome!

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01/04/2013 razrv3lc
OH my gOD!!! This made my skin crawl in the best possible way!!! :D

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19/07/2012 Isadora Cristal
Perfeito u.u

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07/07/2012 pawakin
at times like these flute seems so....tiny....

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14/04/2012 Bluestone Oregon
He's not short! he has a trick knee, and hates standing. if you notice, he is sitting on a stool, and has his left leg on a box. He is a very private person and you here him in all movie sound tracks, and just about on every major recordings, his identity is a secret, plays a cut bell 8d he picked from fifty horns back in 75

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15/02/2012 srko97
John Williams = Albert Einstein of music!

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09/02/2012 Rob Benoit
I play horn in the brass choir at Mcneese university in Louisiana, and we have been working up this arrangement. The horn parts are for the most part easy to get up to full speed (and like any Williams piece, TONS OF FUN!), but these trumpets make it look and sound WAY easier than it really is. So happy to finally find a movie-speed recording of this, and with Williams conducting!

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30/01/2012 Eddie Albert
Malfoy is playing french horn, cool

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05/11/2011 LordWingDeath
that dislike is from me for starting witht he video talkign and not letting me lisent to the whole damn show....

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18/12/2016 Music Dude 24/7
Dude, you have to understand, it was an interview with John Williams talking about what the characterizations of the music are because at the time, it was showing how the music played a huge role in the movie.
19/10/2011 zoltan902
There is so much to marvel at here... The music is great, the performances flawless, John williams, and of course, the TV production values. Evening at Pops is so far the most elegant effort I have ever seen applied to a symphony concert coverage. This is one thing the Americans are definitely good at.

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