- CD de audio (28 de marzo de 2011)
- Número de discos: 2
- Formato: Audiolibro, CD, CD+DVD
- Sello: Decca (UMO)
- ASIN: B0046REGD0
- 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)
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Rock Symphonies Audiolibro, CD, CD+DVD
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1. Smells Like Teen Spirit
2. November Rain
3. The 5th
4. Walk This Way - David Garrett, Orianthi
5. Live And Let Die
6. Vivaldi vs. Vertigo
7. Master Of Puppets
8. 80's Anthem
12. Rock Symphony
13. Peer Gynt
14. Mission Impossible
15. Rocking All Over The World
3. Smells Like Teen Spirit
4. Mission Impossible
5. Walk This Way
6. Smooth Criminal
7. I'll Stand By You
8. Peer Gynt
10. Child's Anthem
11. Zorba's Dance
12. Hey Jude
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Se lo recomendaría a mantes de la musica en general con ganas de ver como se puede fusionar estilos distintos con calidad.
Para mi que amo tanto el rock como la musica clasica interpretes como David Garret consiguen emocionarme
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And of course the "Hip Hop Violinist" herself, Miri Ben Ari who has been featured with such hip hop artists as Kanye West, Scarface, Talib Kweli, Akon, Styles P and others.
I first listened to the snippets of the album, because as much as I love this kind of thing, it's often very hit or miss. For every Miri Ben Ari or Apocalyptica there's a whole slew of others that make you want to burn your ears off.
After listening to three snippets, I immediately bought it. Even if it had been 10 dollars I would have gotten it, because this is really good music.
He covers a wide range of Rock music from Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit) and Guns N'Roses (November Rain) back to Aerosmith (Walk this way) and Led Zeppelin (Kashmir), and also throws in some classical classics such as Beethoven's 5th and Toccata.
I remember the first time I heard Apocalyptica was while viewing the film "Your Friends and Neighbors" in the theater while living in Charlottesville Virginia. I heard them playing Metallica songs on Cellos during the opening and closing credits and was amazed. I had never heard anything like that before.
I felt that again while listening to Garrett's album because I think even though I've heard this type of thing before, it's still something that takes me aback. It's not something you hear every day. You don't turn on the radio and hear this. You tend to hear the same 10-25 songs a day (several times a day) and there's very little exposure to true artists like Garrett.
One of the definite highlights of this album has to be, hands down, his track "Vivaldi vs. Vertigo" in which he brilliantly mashes up the classical Vivaldi with U2's "Vertigo". I actually listened to this several times and just marveled at how great it worked together.
Also his performance of Aerosmith's Walk this way was a powerhouse due to Garrett's fiery violin playing, and the guitars of Orianthi, who was featured in Michael Jackson's "This is It" movie).
Garrett, who studied at Julliard under the legendary wings of Itzhak Perlman, shines brightly on this album, and I imagine that he's got a great career ahead of him.
If you enjoy creative and highly enjoyable music, then this album is for you. The great thing about this album, and others like it, is it really shows you that there's no more lines in music. There's nowhere you can't go.
There are no more limits. The only limitation is your imagination and your creativity and your abilities. As the famous quote says, "If you can dream it, you can achieve it".
And no better example of that lies at the heart of this album.
What I want to say most of all here is that if you saw the DVD on PBS, don't expect this CD to be made of cuts of the live performance. The two media only have a name and a very few cuts in common. And none of the jaw-dropping fervor. After hearing DG Live in Berlin, I bought the CD and waited for the release of the DVD, again, a much superior product. "It is not available." on amazon and PBS doesn't have it either. Huh???????????? Maybe if we all scream, his record label will issue a CD of the Rock Symphonies DVD ....
Perhaps it's that some of the excitement about hearing his virtuosity is lost without his obvious delight in playing toe to toe with his bass guitarists and other members of his orchestra in a live venue. His duet with Orianthe is lackluster on this CD; it is a powerhouse on the DVD.
So why four stars instead of three? For those who want more (actually, less for us fans since there are only a few cuts)exposure to this kind of music, you can hear a few great licks sampled here and do ITunes. But to hear the real artist, buy the David Garrett CD. I have several earlier ones, including those for Deutchgrammaphon where he is strictly classical -- and younger. You can see why he is the longtime favorite of Europeans.
Finally, here are some cuts not included in this CD: Schubert' Serenade a la Garrett style, I'll Be There and Billie Jean with Orianthe in a killer performance,Mission Impossible, Child's Anthem, the Pretenders' I'll Stand by You, Zorba, Albinioni's Adagio, Grieg's Peer Gynt Last Movement, and a poignant Hey, Jude where his 13K audience sings to his mike as he plays.
For others of a certain age, his inspriration for combining classical music with rock are U2, Nirvana, Aerosmith, Michael Jackson, the Beatles. But, in a short interview, he says he really bases his selections on the great artists who play their instruments with precision and passion, notably the bass guitars. If you love Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, and the Baroque, you will be delighted with this man's work, a classically trained prodigy who was mentored at Julliard by Izak Perlman.
If you love the violin, you will find DG "awesome."
I have this CD and it'll go into the glove box of the car. But to hear the real Rock Symphonies, I'm calling PBS for the DVD ....