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.

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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