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Alexander Audiolibro, CD, Banda sonora

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  • CD de audio (9 de noviembre de 2004)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Audiolibro, CD, Banda sonora
  • Sello: Sony
  • ASIN: B00064AF1E
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº52.479 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)

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Por KING KONG TOP 1000 COMENTARISTAS en 11 de enero de 2012
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Otra gran banda sonora "del griego que sí trabaja". Absolutamente recomendable, al igual que la "peli". Como en tantas "otras veces" nos transporta con música por una de las aventuras épicas más fascinantes de la historia...y del cine. Su "sello", inconfundible...es el "VANGELIS" de "MASK" (álbum, no banda sonora), de "1492"...música evocadora donde la haya.

La grabación ofrece una óptima calidad sonora y la presentación es atractiva; trae un desplegable con bastantes fotos de la película.

Así que viajemos como "Alejandro" a los confines del mundo (musicalmente hablando, claro), de la mano de este otro griego "musitante".

Muchas y buenas notas os deseo a todas y todos
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De nuevo el maestro griego llega a cotas insuperables con esta banda sonora. En la película le otorga una grandeza memorable, encaja como un guante en la imagen, pero cuando se escucha de forma independiente, es una creación cargada de momentos inolvidables. De nuevo Vangelis se supera a sí mismo, cosa que en sí es muy, muy difícil.
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Una gran banda sonora creada por Vangelis. Fuerza y delicadeza en los temas. No puede faltar en la discografia de un seguidor de Vangelis.
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Me ha gustado este álbum, sonido muy al estilo de Vangelis para esta filme de Oliver Stone. Bagoas dance es mi track favorito.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "Alexander, " a Musical Tribute From Vangelis 10 de noviembre de 2004
Por G M. Stathis - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Alexander, King of Macedon, Captain General of the Greeks, Shahanshah of Persia, Lord of Asia, son of Zeus-Ammon, Iskander Gojastak (Alexander the Cursed), Dhu L'Kairnan (the two horned), Alexander the Great. A figure as well known as Alexander has been known by at least the proverbial ninety and nine names. Some modern historians consider him to be the worst butcher in history, others regard him as the most significant figure of the Hellenic world. All of this and more will surely reemerge with the release of Oliver Stone's film "Alexander." It seems inane to worry about what musical sound should be associated with this historical colossus. But that is exactly the task given to the famous Greek composer Vangelis. To be fair no one has any accurate idea of what music in Alexander's tent may have sounded like. Most likely it would not work well in a twenty first century film, or a club in downtown Athens. But Vangelis has been equal to the task on numerous occcasions including incredible scores for "Chariots of Fire," "Blade Runner," and "1492." But in all three of these scores there was a common strength and weakness. All three possessed outstanding main themes, but suffered with rather mundane music in other parts of the score. Thus his "greatest hits" wears much better than the entire soundtracks from these films. With "Alexander," however, we have more of a comprhensive film score. There are still references to what might be considered period music and the various exotica that ply the edges of new age cliche, and some over the top choral arrangements, but as a sountrack album this works better than earlier recordings. The main strength is still a marvelous main theme, first heard in "Titans" that transforms into percussion driven battle music with "The Drums of Gaugamela," and reappears both triumphantly and mystically in "Dream of Babylon." These are the grand higlights of this very good score. The weakness of many composers is that they hit on a good theme and then beat it to death. Here Vangelis leaves us wanting more of that main theme, or more variations on it. It is unclear how this score will work with the film itself, but as a soundtrack album this is a worthy achievement that will, no doubt, strike a solid chord with many parts of the modern audience. Nicely produced and packaged by Sony.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Return of the King 10 de noviembre de 2004
Por Amazon Woman - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
So glad to see Vangelis back on the scene doing soundtracks. I've been listening to his music since I was 9 years old. Remember "The Bounty" and "Bladerunner"? His non-soundtrack albums are also great: China, Heaven and Hell, etc.

Here he has immersed himself in less ethereal fare and into a more authentic sound, but still with his great musical sense. Definitely worth hearing apart from the film.

Having anticipated this movie for so long am really excited to see other works also inspired by the Alexander the Great story mentioned in other reviews of this album and so have checked out the infamous album "Alexander the Great: Posa Somata, Posa Pneumata" by newcomer Alex Kharlamov. Very, very impressive and evocative music and very recommended as well if you want to get a quality taste of dramatic music to put you in the mood for Mr. Stone's new epic.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The One Saving Grace of a Dismal Film 28 de diciembre de 2004
Por Antiquarian - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
When it comes to the movie "Alexander" the music is just about the ONLY thing worth noticing. Not only noticing, but praising. I did not hesitate to get this soundtrack when I heard only a minute or two of samples. The music itself tells a beautiful story; a story which is unique to every listener. There are elements of ambience, of power, comfort, and even the sounds of sexual appeal (Roxane's Veil comes to mind). Nothing matches the ecstasy of music which so thoroughly describes and compliments exotic places and fascinating events and settings. This score is perfect, great fun to listen to, to dance to, relax to...you name it. If you liked (or in my case, loved most immensely) the scores to such films as "Gladiator", "The Passion of the Christ" or "Troy" (which isn't a personal favourite, but is still good and in a similar style) I strongly recommend buying this soundtrack, even if you absolutely hated the film. I like to think of it as simply beautiful story music by Vangelis, a musical genius, rather than just the soundtrack to "Alexander".
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing Vangelis Score for a Breathtaking Stone Movie! 8 de diciembre de 2004
Por Theodoros - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
First, a "quick" comment on the movie itself. I don't really understand why this portrayal of Alexander has been considered so wrong and controrvesial by so many people. I'm from Macedonia, Greece myself and I just don't see the problem. It's been made with a lot of love, research and attention to detail. Of course it's not completely objective and is partially a representation of Stone's sensitivities and imagination. This is what cinema is all about and it couldn't be made any other way since not all the facts are known about Alexander's life. I think people just expected another "Troy" short of epic and were overwhelmed by the length of it, the sheer amount of info and character development shown and how much brain power this movie actually demanded from people in order to receive the whole package offered here.

The score of the movie is, in my opinion, as brilliant and as elusive as the movie itself and the man it is trying to portray. "Majestic", "Mythical", "Overwhelming", "Beautiful" are some of the words that come to mind while listening to this score. It has some tracks, basically the tracks that accompany the battle scenes of the movie, that require you have seen the movie beforehand to get the most out of them. But the rest of the music works amazingly well even on its own, creating a fantasy of Alexander that can take you on a journey even if you havent seen the movie. The way it is orchestrated reveals a Vangelis deeply connected to his electronic roots, but also a more mature Vangelis with a more organic and human sound added to the music. It will satisfy Vangelis' fans accustomed to his previous work, while managing to show that he is still an adventurous composer willing to offer something new. People, he just doesn't compose all that much nowadays so dont miss your chance to listen to this work of genius!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A great soundtrack! 9 de noviembre de 2004
Por Beatlefan 4 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
It is a wonderful soundtrack! Cannot wait to see the movie.

I just also bought Alex Kharlamov's "Alexander the Great: Posa Somata, Posa Pneumata" and it is incredible as well.


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