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    ¿SALE más barato comprando directamente a La-la land o bien en rosebud? Lo digo por las aduanas

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    Que dice Doyle que a finales de año empezará a trabajar en un film animado, que de momento no puede decir nada más.

    ¿Será El Rey Lear de animación que dijo que quería hacer Branagh?. Este es capaz de haberla filmado en secreto como hizo con All Is True en 2019, que nos enteramos de su existencia cuando ya estaba hecha.
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    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    Anunciada para el 1 de Diciembre

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    Benjamin Wallfisch sobre las cuerdas sampleadas

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    Que grande, como lo explica
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    Benjamin Wallfisch sobre las cuerdas sampleadas

    https://twitter.com/BenWallfisch/sta...69929235665189

    Que grande, como lo explica
    Se está poniendo hermoso el jodio, . Estoy de acuerdo con el. Partiendo de la base de que una buena demo sintetizada de tu score orquestal es fundamental hoy en día si quieres que los productores te compren tus ideas, la sección de cuerda es la más crítica de todas en cuanto a como sonará respecto a una interpretación humana (que eventualmente tendrá lugar en las sesiones de grabación), pero ese no es el tema.

    El tema es que, en general, usar loops es de vagos y suele quedar cutre. Niños, no uséis loops
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    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    El pasado domingo por la tarde tuvo lugar en Glasgow (Escocia), un concierto para celebrar el 70 cumpleaños de Patrick Doyle. Los actores Peter Capaldi y Richard E. Grant, amigos del compositor, ejercieron de anfitriones y contaron múltiples anécdotas durante la velada. El compositor estuvo además acompañado de su mujer e hijos (todos ellos). Kenneth Branagh y Emma Thompson no pudieron asistir por encontrarse lejos de allí debido a compromisos profesionales.

    El programa fue el siguiente:

    Henry V - St Crispin's Day
    My Father's Favourite - Sense and Sensibility
    La Valse de L'Amour and Pumpkin Pursuit - Cinderella
    Train Away - Wah-Wah
    Overture - Much Ado About Nothing
    The Blue Sea and the White Horse - Into the West (sung by Abigal Doyle)
    It's Only a Diary - Bridget Jones's Diary
    Remember Me - Carlito's Way
    King Charles III Coronation March

    Interval

    Scottish Overture
    Corarsik
    Calling the Night - Whisky Galore! (sung by Mairi MacInnes)
    The Creation - Mary Shelly's Frankenstein
    Never Forget - Murder on the Orient Express (sung by Nuala Doyle)
    Potter's Waltz and Harry in Winter - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    Merida's Home and The Games - Brave

    Encore:

    Thor Kills the Destroyer





    Fotos cortesía de un forero de JWFan que pudo asistir al concierto:



    Crónica detallada del concierto, cortesía de Donal Hurley (artículo redactado para Edinburgh Music Review).


    One of the hottest tickets of the 2023 pre-Christmas season has been the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s ‘Music from the Movies’ extravaganza, celebrating Scottish composer Patrick Doyle’s 70th birthday and phenomenally creative oeuvre of film scores and more, spanning 5 decades. The two performances, one each in Edinburgh and Glasgow, were arranged for the benefit of ‘Play Your Part’, the current name of RSNO’s community outreach programme, which promotes music opportunities for youth all over Scotland. This reviewer attended the second of these, on the night of 18th November, in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. The orchestra, at full strength, with 14 first violins, triple winds and 6 horns, for example, was further augmented with a piano, euphonium, bagpipes and tin whistles, and conducted by Belgian composer and conductor Dirk Brossé. Solo vocalists included virtuosa Gaelic singer Màiri MacInnes and the composer’s daughters, Abigail and Nuala Doyle. The role of genial, witty and informatively anecdotal hosts and presenters was ably discharged by actors Peter Capaldi and Richard E Grant, with further contributions from the conductor, the composer himself and his daughters.

    The concert opened with a cue from Patrick’s first film score, also Kenneth Branagh’s audacious directorial debut, ‘Henry V’, igniting a fruitful artistic partnership and friendship (and also prompting an anecdote of my own, uniting RSNO outreach and my favourite cue from the same movie, which I’ll keep to the end of this review). This was ‘St Crispin’s Day’, setting the dawn scene of the day of the Battle of Agincourt, music that speaks eloquently of the growth of hope.

    Emma Thomson’s award-winning 1995 screenplay for ‘Sense and Sensibility’ prompted a neo-classical, almost Mozartian score and ‘My Father’s Favourite’ featured a sunny piano solo from Lynda Cochrane, as charming as any of the master’s piano concerti. Two pieces from the 2015 live-action Disney ‘Cinderella’ followed, ‘La Valse de l’Amour’ and ‘Pumpkin Pursuit’, each honouring its description perfectly, a sumptuous valse in the French style, followed by a frantic panicky chase following midnight chimes on the tubular bells. A sense of melancholy numb anxiety pervaded the atmospheric ‘Train Away’; from Richard E Grant’s semi-autobiographical 2005 directorial debut, ‘Wah-Wah’. Back to Branagh’s Shakespeare for the playful yet epic Overture to his 1993 ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, with some fabulous writing for horns. Patrick’s daughter Nuala then introduced big sister Abigail singing in Gaelic from Mike Newell’s 1993 film ‘Into the West’, a touchingly beautiful song, ‘The Blue Sea and the White Horse, with hauntingly idiomatic use of uilleann pipes played by Adam Richardson and tin whistle played by Fraser Fifield. A short orchestral suite of themes from Sharon Maguire’s 2001 adaptation, ‘Bridget Jones’ Diary’ featured fabulous orchestration and melodies with affection, tenderness, pathos and passion by turns.

    The writing for glockenspiel, piano and trombones was very fine, but it was the delicious string polyphony in the next number, ‘Remember Me’, the end credits from Brian De Palma’s 1993 ‘Carlito’s Way’ that had me in tears. The first half of the concert concluded outside the movies with the briskly optimistic Coronation March which Patrick was commissioned to write for Charles III. Whilst there may be far too many ideological barriers to me sharing the sentiment, the music is undoubtedly grand, if you like that kind of thing, with more than a passing nod to Celtic culture.

    Still outside the movies, two concert pieces opened the second half. Dirk Brossé introduced the first of these, the Scottish Overture which Patrick wrote for the 2019 Celtic Connections festival. The highland pipes played by Lorne MacDougall featured prominently, an idiomatic melody harmonised beautifully with the brass, followed by some equally delicious string writing with harp (Pippa Tunnell) and violin solo from guest leader Hannah Perowne. However, the wild jig that drove the piece to its big finish, featuring an awesome duel between the pipes and the 6 horns, was unforgettable. Richard E Grant introduced the second piece, Corarsik, a rhapsody for solo violin and orchestra, in the style of a neo-classical romance with a jig central section. The piece is named for the Argyll family home of its dedicatee, long-time close friend of the composer, the celebrated actress and filmmaker, Emma Thomson, and evokes her personality against the backdrop of the Scottish climate. Hannah stood to play the concertante part.

    It’s a super piece and it received a sympathetic and virtuosic outing. ‘Gairm na h-Oidhche’ (The Calling of the Night) is a Gaelic song from Patrick’s score for Gillies MacKinnon’s 2016 ‘Whisky Galore’ and it was exquisitely sung by Màiri MacInnes with some lovely whistle-playing from Fraser Fifield. ‘Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein’, another Branagh collaboration, was represented next by the thrillingly scary ‘The Creation’, a syncopated pursuit with great writing for brass and timpani, charting the mounting tension as the monster is assembled. The closing credits of Branagh’s 2017 ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, the song ‘Never Forget’, received an atmospheric, haunting delivery from Nuala Doyle and featured a very lovely solo from associate principal cellist Betsy Taylor. Two cues from ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ (2005) showed Patrick to be a worthy successor of John Williams, ‘Potter’s Waltz’ and ‘Harry in Winter’, the former gliding sweepingly with lovely writing for harp, glockenspiel, vibraphone and flutes; the latter richly romantic with dreamy writing for celeste and strings. Both magical.

    The programme closed with two numbers from Pixar’s 2012 animation, ‘Brave’, a commission which Patrick himself introduced as ‘a dream come true’, and indeed it is hard to imagine a composer better equipped to score that movie. ‘Merida’s Home’, the hauntingly beautiful closing credits of the movie, is enough to make me, an Irishman, homesick for Scotland. But the raucous hilarity of ‘The Games’, an unashamed Caledonian romp which accompanied the chaotic Highland Games earlier in the movie, and closed the concert, was brilliant, not least because it afforded another opportunity to savour a duel between the pipes and the horns. Who won? Everybody. The composer and performers won the praise and affection of the audience. The audience won an evening of pure enjoyment. And Scotland’s learning communities will win much-needed funding.

    Anecdote alert.

    Back in 2002 and 2003, a creative approach to funding Community Learning and Development in Clackmannanshire coincided with an appetite for community learning outreach at the RSNO and the vision of saxophonist/composer/presenter/educator Paul Rissmann, resulting in musicians from the RSNO, including the charismatic and well-loved former principal trumpeter Marcus Pope, visiting the Wee County’s nursery schools, getting the wee ones making and enjoying music and putting on an end-of-year show based on the animal-based poetry picture books of children’s author Giles Andreae, including ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ and ‘Commotion in the Ocean’.

    My own two children were at Sauchie Nursery School and benefited hugely from the experience. I joined in with my violin. A year later the funding had dried up and an unguarded remark by my wife resulted in me being approached to write music for another Andreae anthology, ‘Farmyard Hullabaloo’. Unlike Paul, I wrote music for the whole book: every single poem. Including the last one, where it is time for the farm animals to sleep and we bid them goodnight.

    My setting for this was inspired by the mood and depth of feeling of my favourite Patrick Doyle piece: his setting of the ‘Non nobis, Domine’ in his music for Branagh’s Henry V. Over the next couple of years, I wrote similar Andreae-based shows for Clacks nurseries, including new complete versions of ‘Rumble’ and ‘Commotion’ and a completely new show, ‘Dinosaurs Galore’. These shows were the first time in my life that I was paid for music composition, so I can kid myself even now that I am a semi-professional composer. Both Doyle’s ‘Non nobis’ and my ‘Sundown’ still bring a tear to my eye, for not entirely different reasons. Incidentally, Paul’s attachment to the work of Andreae continues: his ‘Chimpanzees of Happy Town’ premiered earlier this year. So that, dear reader, is why RSNO outreach and Patrick Doyle’s music occupy a special place in my heart.
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    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    Estoy escuchando el 'complete' de Indy 5 (basicamente, es el isolated score del bluray que han filtrado) y menuda lastima que el film no deje escuchar el notable score de Williams, puñeta, porque es magnifico.

    Incompresible el que se desechasen del album piezas como la de persecucion de Nueva York a caballo u algunas de las piezas de suspense del maestro, magnifica escritura, dicho sea.
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    No sabía que se había filtrado ya, a buscarlo toca

    Yo, por fin, recibí ayer el vinilo y el CD de la quinta parte que desde que lo pedí allá por junio lo tenía pendiente. Qué desastre lo que han hecho con la, presumiblemente, última banda sonora de Williams.
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    Ya disponible en la web FYC de Universal, Migration de John Powell

    El score saldra el proximo 15 de Diciembre

    https://filmmusicreporter.com/2023/1...album-details/

    Lo mas guasante es que el album que editara Back Lot dura 75 min frente a los 57 del FYC, porque incluyen 3 pistas y una cancion que no estan.

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    Es mejor que el que acabo haciendo Williams. Uy, que tos mas tonta...

    Última edición por Branagh/Doyle; 30/11/2023 a las 11:18
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    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    .

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    Es mejor que el que acabo haciendo Williams. Uy, que tos mas tonta...

    Igual en la película no acababa de funcionar.
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    Recibido el pack de The legend of John Williams y gratamente sorprendido. Un exhaustivo repaso a su carrera que, en mi caso, cubre algunas, pocas, ausencias que tenía en mi colección del músico americano. Para alguien menos iniciado es un pack perfecto tanto por el contenido como por el continente. Hoy voy a hincar los dientes en el disco de rarezas y versiones
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    Pues a ver cómo funciona la película en USA y la campaña de Netflix, hoy en día, casi se reduce a eso.

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    Igual en la película no acababa de funcionar.
    No lo hace.

    Tampoco funciona muy bien el de Williams, pero es que la película es un tanto extraña. Se supone que es un drama familiar accesible, bonito y con moraleja, pero el personaje de Julia Roberts acaba dinamitando las intenciones del film, ya que resulta tremendamente antipático.

    Los dialogos son... raros (en tono).
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    (...)


    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    He leído el folleto informativo del concierto que se celebró en Glasgow hace unos días por el 70 cumpleaños de Patrick Doyle, y en el se desvela información interesante.

    A). Por lo visto, Doyle ha compuesto una partitura original para la película muda It, de 1927. El score tendrá su premiere, junto a una proyección de la película, en Marzo de 2024. Recemos por una edición discográfica.

    B). Doyle describe su relación con Kenneth Branagh como "simbiótica", así que todo parece estar bien entre ellos.

    C). Afirma conocer a Emma Thompson desde... ¡1970!.

    D). Su hija Abigail Doyle -cantó durante el concierto- es vicepresidenta de Syco Entertainment.

    E). Su hija Nuala Doyle -también cantó durante el concierto- trabaja en una empresa de desarrollo de software informático (como jefa del departamento de atención al cliente), y desde hace unos años reside en Barcelona, donde disfruta de días soleados y muchos platos de patatas bravas.

    F). Doyle afirma que Brian de Palma es el único director de cine que ha conocido que sabe leer música, lo que da mucho miedo.
    Última edición por Branagh/Doyle; 01/12/2023 a las 11:10
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    (...)


    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    F). Doyle afirma que Brian de Palma es el único director de cine que ha conocido que sabe leer música, lo que da mucho miedo.
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    Escuchada La Sociedad de la Nieve.

    No es un score gigante habitual de Giacchino, pero es una obra de notabilisima dramaturgia, ademas de construccion ciertamente tensitiva (ecos de Lost y The Batman), e incluso su escritura ritmica en algun momento recuerda al frances Desplat de forma muy intuitiva e inteligente, a expensas de ver la pelicula en proximo Enero.

    Creo que Bayona, es de los pocos que ha conseguido sacar a Giacchino de esa zona de comfort a la que han ido arrastrando gente como Trevorrow, Watts o Waititi, que por cierto, se edito Next Goal Wins y este, pues correcto y poco mas, un trabajo de enorme percusion, algun detalle dramatico decente, pero poco mas.








    Última edición por PrimeCallahan; 01/12/2023 a las 13:05
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    Proximo Intrada

    POR FIN

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    Proximo Intrada

    POR FIN

    Ostrassss.


    Madre mía.
    PrimeCallahan ha agradecido esto.
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    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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    Magnificent

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    Nueva pieza de Doyle estrenada en el concierto por su 70 cumpleaños:


    Tripley y PrimeCallahan han agradecido esto.
    (...)


    I read to live in other people's lives.
    I read about the joys, the world
    Dispenses to the fortunate,
    And listen for the echoes.

    I read to live, to get away from life!

    There is a flower which offers nectar at the top,
    Delicious nectar at the top and bitter poison underneath.
    The butterfly that stays too long and drinks too deep

    Is doomed to die.

    I read to fly, to skim!
    I do not read to swim!

    (...)

    -Stephen Sondheim, Passion-

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