no es musica es cine john williams y yo yo man interpretan memorias de un geisha

No es música, es cine: Memorias de una geisha


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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.

24/11/2017 Debbie Williams
From what I've heard, John Williams asked to do the soundtrack to Memoirs Of A Geisha.

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29/10/2017 Richie Daniel
Two amazing Geniouses God Bless John & Yo Yo Ma. :-D

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05/06/2017 César Jara Salazar
Solicitó traducir los comentarios en inglés. En Chile se habla castellano o español.

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22/05/2017 Audrey Moritz-Ciancutti
Magnificent !

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06/05/2017 Brandon Crimmins
This is absolutely beautiful. It's nice to see John sit down and play rather than stand up and direct. Both of these gentlemen are so incredibly gifted at their craft. It's wonderful to see them playing together.

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22/01/2017 Honkey Kong
WE NOT FUCKING UNLESS ITS TO THE MUSIC OF JOHN MF WILLIAMS!!!

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11/12/2016 Rafael Cruz
This is The Eternal Vow, by Tan Dun. I'm not sure if this was part of OST of Memoirs of a Geisha, but this theme was popularized by Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.

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30/12/2016 Benjamin Adler
Rafael Cruz This is actually Sayuri's Theme, from the score to Memoirs of a Geisha by J. Williams, although you are right that YYM did play the solos in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, including the Eternal Vow. Still, both are great!
30/12/2016 Rafael Cruz
Benjamin Adler You are so right. I got it wrong and mixed up. Thank you! This piece is amazing!
09/09/2016 Wirt and Greg
Yo Yo Ma is amazing at the cello

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02/09/2016 Anis A
Legends.

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13/07/2016 Horacio Torres
pedazo de G E N I O S los dos!

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01/03/2016 Kyungie Keiku
Ahh...the two masters...as one..it's amazing.

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30/10/2015 FashionistaDesigner
Beautiful...but edit Leno out of there...
...Never proceed great performance with cheap talk...never.
Piano is too intra-absorbed, wrong choice..and not miked correctly. Acoustics are off.

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05/12/2015 HectorJW2007
+FashionistaDesigner What do you mean "intra-absorbed"?
04/04/2015 28joshg
"Sellist"....You had one job, Leno!

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30/03/2014 Moriah Solomon
this is  the most beautiful score ever. 

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28/02/2014 Bevoe
You would need a poet to sufficiently describe the beauty of this piece.

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23/02/2014 Morgan VanDenBerghe
music scores now are just like the scores from ballets back in the day. I enjoyed this performance so much. :)

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27/11/2013 Catherine Cates
Fantastic

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20/10/2013 eharrisist
YO-YO MA!!!! The Man is Bad!!!

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18/10/2013 Buzz VWNUT
sayuri

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11/09/2013 Asshole-in-Chief
JOHN WILLIAMS, NOBODY ELSE!

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17/06/2013 Stephanie
Holy crap. That would be AMAZING.

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20/05/2013 cthulhuhuhu
John Williams, you are the man...

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15/05/2013 chasewithhigh5s
so that's why they call him a prodigy ...

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01/12/2012 stingyspark
Hey. Shut the fuck up.

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29/09/2012 TriggerFinger1971
Um...who's the hawt lady?

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06/09/2012 mmm
Unbelievable that you keep this conversation up till now.

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04/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
also its called sourcing. if you admit the only source you have is in your head. well i could bring up ten websites for you that could confirm it. what say you. can you really be this much of an antagonistic idiot, i've sent you a link that sources it correctly and still you won't back down! unbelievable!

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04/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
that doesn't even make sense. they could be wrong. have you googled it yet?

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04/09/2012 mmm
Facts are in my head. I don't even have to google. Unlike you.

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03/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
blunder?i apologise if it embarassed you! well that's not my fault if orchestras around the world delibrately try to decieve people. you must take it up with these people as otherwise textbooks and websites will forever cause problems and composers will be wrongly scoring tenor cellos parts! i suggest sitting at the side of the local orchestra with a stick and poking the string section if this occurs. philharmonia.co.uk/thesoundexchange/the_orchestra/sections/strings/

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03/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
use google before posting. especially if you are going to do it in an uncivilised way in which you 100% believe a problem... keep going keep going its definately funny watching you scrape the barrel when i have the facts on google, a site which you forgot existed.

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03/09/2012 mmm
You don't care if you're right or wrong still doesn't save you from the embarrassment your blunder caused. Go smoke a cello or violin. It will make you smarter.

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01/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
you really want to know why i said i don't care if i'm right or wrong, becuase there's a word for people who feel they need to insult those and claim themself on higher intelligence whenever they think someone is wrong. and instead of looking up classification of instruments, which have no real help in composition anyway, you are better searching out that word is, otherwise you will never end up persuading anyone, you will either annoy them, or they will think you are an idiot even if right.

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01/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
i.e. you need a course in discourse and possibly to be sent to a finishing school and or hospital where you can sound a bit less like an autist/psychopath.

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01/09/2012 jorgepeterbarton
you chose A. come back when you feel like you don't need to be rude to prove something, then you might actually persuade someone.. yes cello can be bass but not always, e.g. in an orchestra--contrabass/bass is used interchangeably nowadays. its perfectly acceptable to use its higher range. in sonatas its not the bass instrument, often they have the centre around A string 4th position. in symphonies it often doesn't just double octave higher than the contrabass.

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01/09/2012 mmm
You don't care whether you're right or not? You mean you just like to spout rubbish? Yes, bass can refers to alot of things, it can also refer to a fish. Let me teach you something about register and instrument again if you're still confused. Cello is a bass in the string quartet. Double Bass is a contrabass. If you're still confuse, go get a teacher with your trust funds.

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31/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
also: don't particularly care whether i'm right or not. Just interesting to find that there is little to provoke someone into using negative remarks such as ...confusion, ignorance as a back up for a holed argument? you want to win don't you? well here's the secret-bass refers to a lot of things, and there is no agreed answer as what consitutes an exact range. so if you think above A3 is that's OK. now choose to answer to A or B to define yourself as-well we can leave that to your imagination.

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31/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
oh really. Oktavist singer= commonly a range between E1-E3 and referred to sub-bass IN SINGING. piccolo cello=a cello strung GDAE why are you talking about cutting a string in half? the cello's bass range would be an octave on the C string so i said cut the fingerboard in half, well roughly half. what becomes of the 'bass cello' also. notice bass before a name e.g. clarinet, voice, viol de basso, are high instruments, e.g. bajo sexto a low instrument. bass is relative to the class of instrument.

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31/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
also: don't particularly care whether i'm right or not. Just interesting to find that there is little to provoke someone into using negative remarks such as ...confusion, ignorance as a back up for a holed argument? you want to win don't you? well here's the secret-bass refers to a lot of things, and there is no agreed answer as what consitutes an exact range. so if you think A3 is that's OK. now choose to answer to A or B to define yourself as either-well we can leave that to your imagination.

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31/08/2012 mmm
contrabass refers to instruments because human voice can never go way below C2. When you cut your cello's string into half, you get a piccolo cello - ie; viola! Looks like you're confused.

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29/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
only in 1655. with first overtones being so pronounced it does not cope as a bottom end to a large ensemble. the contra in bass being that it double the cellos. contrabass octave refers to classification of vocalists. I will remember to only bother stringing my cello with one string and cutting the fingerboard in half so it can be a bass instrument.

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29/08/2012 mmm
Bass is double bass, playing below C2, ie; the contrabass register. Cello is a bass instrument. Looks like you didn't know your stuff enough.

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29/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
cello is a baritone or tenor instrument with a 5 octave range, but not able to go down further than C2 in the bass. bass is bass.

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29/08/2012 jorgepeterbarton
i would use double bass

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11/08/2012 zykomonkey
nice arrangement of the studio piece, i dig it. also, how awful is it that 80% of the comments are being trolled so hard

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31/07/2012 akjeolefr
who disliked this?

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16/07/2012 Nick Anton
clever.

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15/07/2012 mmm
nay, I'm just telling an asshole to chill.

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13/07/2012 Nick Anton
oh don't tell me to chill it just makes you sound like an asshole. i promise my blood isn't boiling over this.

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11/07/2012 francistaxi
Been looking for this since I saw it aired. After hearing the version they recorded for iTunes, though, I feel like Yo Yo Ma kind of rushed the piece a little. Still a brilliant work, and still moves me deeply.

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09/07/2012 FallenTenshi2003
In the studio recorded piece, more instruments are involved and a violin plays the higher sections. This is just Leno's way of having them on his show without carting in the entire orchestra. And it makes sense, because John Williams is the composer, and Yo Yo Ma is so well know and contributed to the piece as well. And personally, I think the cello gives it a more melancholic feel

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07/07/2012 Eponine Pontmercy
@mtv55: John Williams: the composer of the Star Wars and Harry Potter as well as Indiana Jones and Superman film scores = world-renowned. I'd assumed you've heard of these film scores even if you never knew who wrote them.You're not the sole barometer of who is and who isn't famous. Enjoy your bubble.

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02/07/2012 mmm
It's just a preference for certain instruments. Chill.

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02/07/2012 Nick Anton
Did you just fall out of a time capsule from 1655?

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20/06/2012 mmm
I did not look up the name of the composer because (usually) the music is forgettable or not as great as Bach's or Mozart's.

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19/06/2012 Rainyseasonrain
Lol. You might have never heard of his name because you may not look up the name of the composer of the music you listen to or the movies you watch, but I guarantee that you have heard at least one of his songs, since many, and maybe even most, of world's greatest modern themes were composed by him.

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16/06/2012 mmm
I know Art of Fugue, Musical Offering, Well-Tempered Clavier, but I never heard of john williams.

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14/06/2012 callumWLB
thats because you are culturally ignorant.

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14/06/2012 mmm
If john williams is world renowned, I wouldn't have heard of him for the first time now.

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14/06/2012 callumWLB
well thats why john williams is a world renowned composer and you are not

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05/06/2012 TheGilmer
Personally, I like the tone, and I think it fits the piece very well.

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29/05/2012 mmm
I don't really care whether he's yo yo ma or ma yo yo.

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27/05/2012 mmm
I don't really like the cello. Cello should be a bass. If I'm a composer, I would assign such a part for viola.

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26/05/2012 J
oh man you gotta be freaking kidding me

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04/05/2012 mmm
For such high notes, I would use the viola.

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27/03/2012 Deanna
1:17-Break it down now! :D

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18/03/2012 Justica4all
If these two men followed me around and played a soundtrack to my life, I'd lead the most epic life imaginable.

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26/02/2012 Dima Ignatenko
close your eyes and you automatically think about sayuri ~.~

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25/02/2012 Philboy50
@gordianknot555 performs the art of selling

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13/02/2012 val91201
@Dstrukt2k2 Your momma was trolling when she mis-conceived you.

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13/02/2012 Dstrukt2k2
@val91201 It's pronounced "Chellist" you plank. Stop trolling.

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12/02/2012 val91201
@Dstrukt2k2 Yes, cellist, a person who plays the cello.

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08/02/2012 Dstrukt2k2
Wow, sellist? Really Leno?

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15/01/2012 gordianknot555
"sellist" yo yo ma lol

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13/01/2012 Vladimir Kolpashnikov
Fantastisch!!! Vielen Dank!

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04/11/2011 GGbreizh
@coloradokamp "The pianist" is John Williams... And when Williams is conducting, he also always look at Ma.

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03/11/2011 Alice K
utterly beautiful...

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25/10/2011 Joe Cavallo
I would have never imagined this duo playing together on Leno.

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28/07/2011 dietrootbeer1
sellist yo-yo ma

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