The silent films were not silent for long. The live music that accompanied early cinema was as much a part of the experience as the film itself. The Music Of The Silent Films features 50 original pieces and arrangements for Solo Piano, divided into specific moods in the same way that the live music accompanists of the silent era would have used.This book tells the extraordinary story of the rise and abrupt fall of silent movie music and includes 50 original pieces and arrangements for Solo Piano, allowing you to play scores inspired by what is arguably the golden era of film music. era, The Music Of The Silent Films boasts specially selected pieces that evoke a range of mood music genres, representing a number of composers.Not only does this book comprise an eclectic collection of Piano scores, it also features film stills and stunning photography to accompany a fascinating introduction to this precedential era of ´sight and sound´. Further to this, a short guide to how to use the music to create your own silent film scores is sure to help you bring a new dimension to your playing, and might even help to revive a lost art! During the pre-talkie period of 1915–1927, live musical ´photoplay´ accompaniment was required in movie theatres great and small, giving work to an army of musicians. To help the solitary pianists run the gamut of musical emotions, night after night, music publishers produced a wealth of scores with selections of printed music chosen to match a range of on-screen moods and activities. The Music Of The Silent Films includes short biographies of some of the leading composers of the genre, as well as detailed descriptions of the most popular ‘moods’ used, helping you not only to play the pieces but learn more about sound and cinema at the same time.Perfect for any pianist interested in silent films, film composition, or just wanting a diverse range of original pieces, The Music Of The Silent Films is a collection of fantastic arrangements, and a guide to a fascinating period of musical history.A Chinese Tragedy [Baron, Maurice] A Festive Gathering [Jacquet, Maurice H.] A Marionette´s Romance [Leigh, Norman] Agitato No. 3 [Langey, Otto] Allegro Perpetuo [Savino, Domenico] Allegro Precipitoso [Savino, Domenico] Allegro Scintillante [Kempinsky, Leo A.] Amaryllis (Graceful Dance) [Ketelbey, Albert W.] Andante Cantabile [O´Hare, Christopher] Andante Dramatico [Borch, Gaston] Appassionato No.1 [Rapée & Axt] Arabian Nights [Ketelbey, Albert W.] Battle Music [Riesenfeld, Hugo] Betrayed [Kempinsky, Leo A.] Comedy Excitement [Zamecnik, J.S.] Dashing Cowboy [Aborn, Morris] Dramatic Andante No.1 [Rapée, Erno & Axt, William] Gaiety [Savino, Domenico] Happy Bohemians [Axt, William] Hurry No. 2 [Langey, Otto] Hurry No.3 [Langey, Otto] Impending Danger [Kempinsky, Leo A.] In Despair [Irénée Bergé] Indian War-Dance [Bergé, Irénée] Into The Unknown [Carbonara, Gerard] Jollity [Zamecnik, J.S.] June Moon [Fenton, Bernard] Kiki [Savino, Domenico] Love´s Awakening [Ketelbey, Albert W.] Miss Mischief (Caprice d´Amour) [Kempinsky, Leo A.] Misterioso [Zamecnik, J.S.] Pomp And Pageantry [Schertzinger, Victor L.] Recitative No.1 [Rapée, Erno & Axt, William] Remorse [Lowitz, W.W.] Reproach [Zamecnik, J.S.] Sinister Misterioso [Bergé, Irénée] Solemn Scenes From Nature [O´Hare, Christopher] Storm, Strife Or Tempest [Ancliffe, Charles] Sunset [Ancliffe, Charles] Terreur (Terror) [Baron, Maurice] The Bold Riders [Carbonara, Gerard] The Creepy Creeps [Borch, Gaston] The Flight [Savino, Domenico] The Hobbling Hobo [Bergé, Irénée] The Jesters [Carbonara, Gerard] The Village Clown [Axt, William] The Village Cut-Up [Axt, William] Treacherous Knave [Zamecnik, J.S.] Valse Mimi [Axt, William] Violence [Zamecnik, J.S.]
Instrument/Discipline : PianoStyle/Genre : Musique de filmSupport : Livre94 thèmes des séries les plus célèbres arrangés pour piano solo. Inclus les séries Sex and City, Happy Days, Mission Impossible et L´Agence tout Risque.Contenu :A Touch Of Frost; Agatha Christie´s Poirot; ´allo ´Allo; Are You Being Served?; Band Of Brothers; Baywatch (I´m Always Here); Bergerac; Between The Lines; Blackadder; Brideshead Revisited; Brookside; Cagney And Lacey; Campion; Casualty; Cheers (Where Everybody Knows Your Name); Cold Feet; Columbo; Coupling (Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps); Crossroads; Dangerfield; Dragnet; Eastenders; Emmerdale; Eye Level (Van Der Valk); Fawlty Towers; Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!; Goodnight Sweetheart; Half The World Away (The Royle Family); Happy Days; Heartbeat; Hetty Wainthropp Investigates; Hi De Hi (Holiday Rock); Hollyoaks; Home And Away; I Don´t Want To Wait (Dawson´s Creek); Irene´s Song (The Forsyte Saga); Ironside; It Ain´t Half Hot Mum (Meet The Gang); Jeeves And Wooster; Jonathan Creek; Judge John Deed; Kojak; Law And Order; London´s Burning; Lovejoy; Magnum P.I.; Maigret; Miami Vice (Crockett´s Theme); Miss Marple; Mission: Impossible; Moonlighting; Mork And Mindy; Murder She Wrote; Neighbours; Northern Exposure; Oliver Twist; One Foot In The Grave; Only Fools And Horses; Open All Hours; Perry Mason; Pride And Prejudice; Quincy, M.E.; Red Dwarf; Rosemary And Thyme; Sex And The City; Silent Witness; Six Feet Under; Smack The Pony (In The Middle Of Nowhere); Songs Of Love (Father Ted); Spooks; Steptoe And Son (Old Ned); Taggart (No Mean City); Tales Of The Unexpected; Taxi (Angela); Thank You For Being A Friend (The Golden Girls); The ´A´ Team; The Good Life; The League Of Gentlemen; The Munsters; The Muppet Show Theme; The O.C. (California); The Odd Couple; The Persuaders; The Professionals; The Ruth Rendell Mysteries; The Sweeney; This Wheel´s On Fire (Absolutely Fabulous); Tossed Salad And Scrambled Eggs (Frasier); Twin Peaks; Upstairs Downstairs; Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler? (Dad´s Army); Woke Up This Morning (The Sopranos); Wycliffe; Yes Prime Minister
Film Scores For Solo Piano is a wonderful collection of those most cinematic pieces of music from film and television, all arranged so that solo pianists can bring these climactic and inspirational scores to their own living room. The accompanying download card also provides exclusive online access to new audio tracks of all the works. Featuring some of the finest soundtracks to the best films and television shows, written by some of the most accomplished living composers, Film Scores For Solo Piano is an undoubtedly essential addition to the music stand of any music or film fan. Featuring classics like Adagio For Strings, that have been used in a vast number of films, to more definitive scores like Philip Glass´s brilliant Koyaanisqatsi, which are such key parts of the films they accompany that the two have become inseparable. Other important works included in this collection are Einaudi´s excellent Una Mattina, from ´Intouchables´, Nico Muhly´s wonderfully fitting The Egg - Cycling Holiday from ´The Reader´ and Jeff Beal´s inimitable theme from the Netflix series ´House of Cards´. Featuring 32 different pieces of Film Score sheet music, fans of the incomparable effect of a score on film and television will finally be able to play their favourite pieces, as well as discover new ones to play. Many of the world´s greatest composers have been commissioned to create music that tells as much of a story as the imagery on screen, and with this collection of film score sheet music, you´ll be playing works by Max Richter, Hauschka, Dustin O´Halloran, Alberto Iglesias and Philip Glass, among many others. A unique download card is also included which features demonstration tracks of every single Film Score in the book, some of which (Koyaanisqatsi and House of Cards) are world-first recordings for Piano! This allows you to hear exactly how each piece should sound, independent of the films and television shows that they were composed for, before giving them a go yourself. At Musicroom HQ, we caught up with House of Cards composer Jeff Beal, where he explained to us his compositional process for the score, and how each theme relates to the characters. Be sure to check it out below and get inspired by one of the best TV themes in recent years:Some brilliant films are included on this list, critically acclaimed not least because of their excellent soundtracks. If you recently watched ´The Theory of Everything´ and you desperately wanted to learn Jóhann Jóhannsson´s Cambridge, 1963, here you can. Or, if you´ve always wanted to learn George Fenton´s magnificently distinctive scores for Planet Earth and Frozen Planet, with Film Scores For Solo Piano, you can bring the sound of wide vistas and emotive drama to your own home.Adagio For Strings [Barber, Samuel] Andante/Reflection (from Waltz With Bashir) [Richter, Max] Cambridge, 1963 (from The Theory Of Everything) [Jóhannsson, Jóhann] Dead Things (from The Hours) [Glass, Philip] Departure (from Die Fremde) [Richter, Max] Down Over Lake Victoria (from The Last King Of Scotland) [Heffes, Alex] Farewell Theme (from Between Strangers) [Preisner Zbigniew] Funeral (from The Constant Gardener) [Iglesias, Alberto] Her Gentle Spirit (from The Merchant Of Venice) [Pook, Jocelyn] Koyaanisqatsi [Glass, Philip] Love Theme (from Elizabeth: The Golden Age) [Armstrong, Craig] On The Nature Of Daylight (from Shutter Island) [Richter, Max] Opening Titles - The North Pole (from Frozen Planet) [Fenton, George] Opus 17 (from Marie Antoinette) [O´Halloran, Dustin] Opus 22 (from Transparent) [O´Halloran, Dustin] Opus 37 (from Like Crazy) [O´Halloran, Dustin] Pavane (from The Incredible Mrs Ritchie) [Hawes, Patrick] Piano Pier (from Shame) [Escott, Harry] Prelude (from Planet Earth) [Fenton, George] Primavera [Einaudi, Ludovico] Silencium (from Silent Witness) [Harle, John] The Bridge (from Rory O´Shea Was Here - aka Inside I´m Dancing) [Julyan, David] The Egg - Cycling Holiday (from The Reader) [Muhly, Nico] Theme (from Farewell, Herr Schwartz) [Hauschka] Theme (from Gluck) [Hauschka] Theme (from House Of Cards) [Beal, Jeff] Theme (from The League Of Gentlemen) [Talbot, Joby] Thursgood (from Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) [Iglesias, Alberto] Una Mattina (from Intouchables) [Einaudi, Ludovico] Up & Down (from The Face Of An Angel) [Escott, Harry] Will And Amira (from Breaking And Entering) [Yared, Gabriel] Yumeji´s Theme (from In The Mood For Love) [Umebayashi, Shigeru]
Instruments: 3 Trombones, 1 Trombone BasseDifficuly Level: EasyDuration: 0´40´´Musical Style: Classical, TraditionalCategory: ArrangementComposer: TRADITIONNELArranger: LACHURIE Olivier
Titres :Almost Paradise; Can You Find It In Your Heart?; Footloose; Heaven Help Me; Holding Out For A Hero; I Can´t Stand Still; I Confess; I´m Free (Heaven Helps The Man); Learning To Be Silent; Let´s Hear It For The Boy; Let´s Make Believe We´re In Love; Mama Says; On Any Sunday; Somebody´s Eyes; The Girl Gets Around
In 1975, the Broadway musical Chicago brought together a host of memes and myths - the gleefully subversive character of American musical comedy, the reckless glamour of the big-city newspaper, the mad decade of the 1920s, the work of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, and the Wild West gangsterville that was the city of Chicago itself. The tale of a young woman who murders her departing lover and then tricks the jury into letting her off, Chicago seemed too blunt and cynical at first. Everyone agreed it was show biz at its brilliant best, yet the public still preferred A Chorus Line, with its cast of innocents and sentimental feeling. Nevertheless, the 1996 Chicago revival is now the longest-running American musical in history. As author Ethan Mordden looks back at Chicago´s various moving parts - including the original 1926 play that started it all, a sexy silent film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, a talkie remake with Ginger Rogers, the musical itself, and at last the movie of the musical - we learn how the American theater serves as a kind of alternative news medium, a town crier warning the public about the racy, devious interior contradictions of American society. Opinionated, witty, and rich in backstage anecdotes, All That Jazz brings the American musical to life in all its artistry and excitement. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joel Froomkin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/012466/bk_tant_012466_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Date de publication : 2006Format : 17 x 21 cmMatériel : RevueCo-auteurs : Collectif Sommaire revue Filigrane n°3 - La société dans l´écriture musicale Jean-Paul OliveÉditorial Theodor W, AdornoL’opéra bourgeois Gianmario BorioSigne et son, Les fonctions de l’écriture dans la représentation de la pensée musicale Georges BlœssEntre engagement, empathie, prophétie : l’œuvre d’art selon l’Expressionnisme Laurent FeneyrouStillstellung, État d’exception et dialectique immobile dans les dernières œuvres de Luigi Nono Sophie Charlin« Une grande vitesse d’échappement », Images du monde chez Samuel Beckett Vladimir SafatleLa nouvelle tonalité et l’épuisement de la forme critique Philippe IvernelBenjamin et Baudelaire, ou l’instance sociale dans la facture de l’écriture poétique Joël HeuillonLa musique du premier baroque ou la musique sublime d’une société perverse Denis MorrierLes sources de la basse continue : une pratique protéiforme, héritière de traditions et de contextes socioculturels divers Isabelle LaunaRéinventer l’héritage chorégraphique ou la passe des « Carnets Bagouet » Max PaddisonPerformance and the Silent Work, Mediation and Critical Reflexion in Adorno’s Theory of Musical Reproduction Revue en français et anglais
A collection of 8 Christmas Charols for Young Trombone Quartet: 1 - We Wish You a Merry Christmas, 2 - Il Est Né Le Divin Enfant, 3 - Go, Tell it on the Mountain, 4 - Jingle Bells, 5 - Les Anges dans nos Campagnes, 6 - Mon Beau Sapin, 7 - Silent Night, 8 - Petit Papa Noël Please note that each arrangement is available individually as well.Instruments: 3 Trombones, 1 Trombone BasseDifficuly Level: EasyDuration: 10´00Musical Style: Classical, TraditionalCategory: ArrangementComposer: TRADITIONNELArranger: LACHURIE Olivier
Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed´s musical. This songbook is from the 1983 stage version, which itself was adapted from the 1952 movie and the plot closely adheres to the original. Set in Hollywood in the waning days of the silent screen era, it focuses on romantic lead Don Lockwood, his sidekick Cosmo Brown, aspiring actress Kathy Selden, and Lockwood´s leading lady Lina Lamont, whose less-than-dulcet vocal tones make her an unlikely candidate for stardom in talking pictures. The 1983 stage musical starred Tommy Steele and Roy Castle.