The Age of Adaline

Película | Fecha de estreno: 21/04/2015 | Estreno de película: 2015 | Medio: CD, Descarga
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# Pista Artista/Compositor Duración
1.Adaline Bowman1:51
2.At Home1:58
3.January 1st, 19083:56
4.First Resurrection2:24
5.No Scientific Explanation1:10
6.Never Speak a Word of Her Fate3:00
7.Ellis Brings Flowers2:45
8.Sunken Ship2:11
9.Another Death in the Life2:27
10.Tired of Running1:55
11.Adaline Apologizes0:56
13.William Recognizes Adaline2:48
14.He Named the Comet Della1:50
15.A Near Miss2:54
16.The Scar2:52
17.Twisted Around the Truth3:28
18.No More Running2:01
19.Second Resurrection3:40
20.Coming Back to Life1:30
21.Hospital Confessions5:15
22.To a Future with an End1:41
23.Start AgainFaux Fix/Elena Tonra3:27
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Rob Simonsen (St. Louis, 1978) empezó su carrera cinematográfica en 2003 con 'Westender', fantasía medieval dirigida por Brock Morse y protagonizada por Blake Stadel y el propio compositor norteamericano. Sin embargo, lo que destaca en su filmografía en sus inicios no son precisamente sus propios scores sino sus colaboraciones como orquestador y arreglista con Mychael Danna en películas como 'Natividad', 'Conociendo a Julia','Truman Capote' o incluso la música adicional para 'La vida de Pi'. De entre sus propios scores podemos reseñar muy especialmente su emotivo trabajo para '(500) Días juntos' (2009), aunque un tanto perdido, en realidad, entre encargos menos ambiciosos, generalmente cortometrajes.
Después de la notable 'Foxcatcher', nos llega su último trabajo correspondiente a 'The age of Adaline', melodrama romántico dirigido por Lee Toland Krieger y protagonizado por Blake Lively, Michiel Huisman y Harrison Ford. Simonsen firma una partitura de singular sensibilidad, muy cercana al estilo de grandes compositores como Michael Convertino, Thomas Newman, Danny Elfman o, como es obvio, Mychael Danna. 'The age of Adaline' no pretende evitar los cánones tradicionales del género romántico; más bien todo lo contrario, pero lo hace con gran pasión a través de melodías de suave musicalidad cuya instrumentación cede el protagonismo a la cuerda, formando un conjunto de gran belleza que, a buen seguro, le abrirá más de una puerta en el cerrado mundo de Hollywood.
Lo mejor: el lado abiertamente sentimental.
Lo peor: su aparente sencillez puede jugar en su contra.
After miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline Bowman [Blake Lively] has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret. But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones [Michiel Huisman] reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his parents [Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker] threatens to uncover the truth, Adaline makes a decision that will change her life forever.

“We all agreed that since the story spans the last hundred years, the orchestra was the appropriate instrument and tone for the score,” said Simonsen. “While there are some ambiences and synthesized elements in there, they’re meant to add atmosphere for the most part, and not sound manufactured, per se.”

With a keen instinct for storytelling, Simonsen has established himself amongst a new wave of composers making a significant impact in the film industry. Under the mentorship of Mychael Danna, Simonsen apprenticed alongside one of the most respected film composers from the last two decades. In addition to co-scoring films like the Fox Searchlight hit (500) Days of Summer, Rob provided additional music for films including Moneyball and Life of Pi, the latter of which won the Academy Award for Best Original Score in 2013.

Working independently, Simonsen garnered two 2013 World Soundtrack Academy Award Nominations for the Sundance hits The Spectacular Now and The Way, Way BacK. The same year, he scored the global ad launch for Apple's iPhone 5 and provided the iconic piano music for their Everyday campaign. His momentum continued in 2014, completing work on Zach Braff’s second feature, Wish I Was Here, and Bennett Miller’s multiple Oscar nominee Foxcatcher. Simonsen also recently completed work on Roland Emmerich’s much-anticipated StonewalL.

Simonsen is a co-founder of The Echo Society, a composer collective presenting an ongoing concert series in Los Angeles, providing composers, musicians and artists a new and exciting platform to create and perform progressive musical works. “Adaline’s theme is mostly heard on the piano,” Simonsen described. “We wanted something melancholic and pretty, yet not too sad. And while the love theme appears repeatedly throughout the movie, it is actually not heard in its entirety. I wrote it away from picture and there was never a scene long enough to play it. However by repeating the opening phrases of the love theme, it has a quality of getting stuck in the ‘starting out’ mode, which is fitting for Adaline, who is stuck in time, repeating things in her life over and over, now a woman resistant to letting anything develop.'


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