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The Wolverine


Sony Classical (888837125420)
Sony Classical (888837298025)
Film | Date de sortie: 22/07/2013 | Sortie du film: 2013 | Type: CD, Téléchargement
 

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# Track   Duration
1.A Walk in the Woods1:02
2.Threnody for Nagasaki1:15
3.Logan Can’t Bear It1:36
4.Logan’s Run3:56
5.The Offer3:15
6.Get Me to the Temple on Time2:09
7.Who Invited the Yakuza?4:20
8.Hold My Sword4:05
9.Logan in the Latraine1:31
10.Matzah-Hisu1:32
11.Abduction2:11
12.Logan’s Fun1:53
13.Ninja Knocking3:39
14.Kantana Surgery3:49
15.The Wolverine2:20
16.The Hidden Fortress5:00
17.Silver Samurai3:27
18.Sword of Vengence4:31
19.Dreams1:20
20.Abayo Mariko0:59
21.Where to?2:25
22.Whole Step Haiku2:08
 58:22
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The Wolverine - 08/10 - Critique de John Mansell, ajouté le (Anglais)
At last the waiting is almost over and THE WOLVERINE will burst onto our cinema screens very soon, based on the most iconic character from the X men collective, Hugh Jackman repeats his role as WOLVERINE, in a tale where we find him travelling to modern day Japan, it is an environment where he feels uncomfortable and has to face his ultimate nemesis, he is for the first time seen to be vulnerable and is pushed to his limits both emotionally and physically as he confronts cold and deadly Samurai steel and at the same time struggles with his own inner thoughts and turmoil. The score for WOLVERINE is by master music smith Marco Beltrami, who has been associated with many of cinemas big box office success’s and also has be known to score the odd horror or fantasy picture, for example this summer he was responsible for WORLD WAR Z, Beltrami’s score for THE WOLVERINE is a heady mix of percussive elements and also a number of highly atonal but action driven cues, his use of percussion within this score is in a word stunning and highly original in its make up, the composer creates a tense and dark atmosphere with this section of the orchestra and builds the score around its throbbing and booming passages, adding rasping brass stabs and fervent sounding strings to notch up the tension and create further drama. Also present is a harmonica which raises its head every so often and I must draw comparisons between this and Morricone’s use of the instrument in ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, normally the harmonica is a pleasant sounding instrument that relays a feeling of light heartedness, but in the hands of Morricone it was sinister sounding and in most cases was also a pre-cursor to a death. Beltrami uses the instrument in a very similar fashion and it is certainly not a pleasant or joyful sound that we hear or a feeling of ease that it conjures up, it is a wail rather than a melodic sound we hear every so often and its use does make the listener sit up and take notice. Although this is essentially an action score because of the nature of the movie it is written for, it does contain a few lighter and more melodic moments, where Beltrami utilizes cello and also plaintiff sounding woods the create delicate moments that compliment and integrate with the harsher sounding cues. Also present are musical colours of the Oriental variety; obviously because of the location of the story, but these although evident are subtle and unassuming adding wisps of nuances to the proceedings creating fleeting moments within the score that are somewhat calming. Overall THE WOLVERINE is a great action score, and I am certain that it will be savoured and enjoyed by many collectors of Beltrami’s music and maybe will be instrumental in creating new fans as well.
The Wolverine - 06/10 - Critique de David-Emmanuel Thomas, ajouté le (Français)
Après un passage grandement apprécié et remarqué dans la trilogie X-Men (2000-2006), le Wolverine de Hugh Jackman se pare enfin d’une fresque musicale plus spécifique grâce à la mise en chantier d’une trilogie lui étant entièrement consacrée. Si l’approche plus mainstream d’Harry Gregson-Williams pour Wolverine : Origins (Gavin Hood, 2009) n’a pas suscité de critiques unanimes, celle de Marco Beltrami lui confère un tout autre aspect, plus minimaliste certes, mais non moins percutant. Wolverine : Le Combat de l’Immortel s’ouvre sur un motif à deux notes (« Walk in the Woods ») qui s’oppose sévèrement aux thématiques amples d’Harry Gregson Williams (« Logan Through Time ») pour se rapprocher copieusement de l’atmosphérique Batman Begins d’Hans Zimmer et James Newton Howard (« Vespertilio »). Un brin héroïque et mystérieux, il mutera progressivement pour devenir le thème de Wolverine dans « The Wolverine » ou encore « A Hidden Fortress ». Cet ensemble orchestral se retrouve contrebalancé par l’emploi d’un harmonica solitaire et atemporel (« Euthanasia », « Abduction », « Trusting ») qui semble refléter la vulnérabilité de Logan tout comme les multiples dangers qui l’entourent. L’intervention d’un tel instrument dans un comic-book movie de cette envergure dénote un acte audacieux particulièrement risqué et qui assimile ce Wolverine : Le Combat de l’Immortel à un western contemporain. Pour illustrer en musique le voyage « initiatique » de Logan au Japon, Beltrami use également d’une palette d’instruments traditionnels. Les cloches harmonieuses font allusion à la spiritualité nipponne tandis que les percussions tribales confèrent un rythme endiablé aux séquences de combats (l’excellent « Logan’s Run », « Funeral Fight »). Sa musique profondément désespérée combine les crescendos dramatiques (« Threnody for Nagasaki », « Goodbye Mariko ») à des plages de notes plus abstraites et angoissantes (« The Snare », « Ninja Quiet »), tout en y injectant une légère touche épique dans laquelle l’orchestre se déploie simultanément aux griffes du mutant poilu à l’humeur taciturne (« The Wolverine », « Sword of Vengence », « Silver Samurai »). C’est sur une conclusion plus enjouée que s’achève la partition de Beltrami, laissant ouvertement place à l’espoir et l’aventure (« Where To ? »), permettant ainsi d’oublier les maladresses du long-métrage.
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La bande annonce de cette B.O. contient de la musique de:

Destroyer of Worlds, Ninja Tracks (Bande annonce)


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Wolverine, The (2015)

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Superman: The Animated Series (2014)
Charlie! (1993)
Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014)
Music of DC Comics: 75th Anniversary Collection, The (2010)
Young Justice (2013)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2014)
Russian Film Music I & II (2014)
Iron Man 2 (2010)


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