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smgreen20

Active Member
Who remembers the movie master and commander? The music they play with the violins at the very end of the movie, where can I find music like that with no words just instruments?

artists in albums please.
 

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
if im not mistaken, i remembered it as violin concerto in d minor ...

but the closest thing per this website, is this one...

"Prelude (From the Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007)"
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Courtesy of Sony Classical
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0311113/soundtrack

Track listing

1. The far Side of the World (09:19)

2. Into the Fog (02:12)

3. Violin Concerto No. 3 "Strassburg" K.216, 3rd Movement (01:20)
by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
4. The Cuckold comes out of the Amery (03:27)
Traditional
5. Smoke n'Oakum (05:28)

6. Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (05:15)
by Ralph Vaughan Williams
7. Adagio from Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 8 in G Minor (01:57)
by Arcangelo Corelli
8. The Doldrums (02:46)

9. Prelude (from the unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007) (02:28)
by Johann Sebastian Bach
10. The Galapagos (01:39)

11. Folk Medley (05:13)
Traditional
- O'Sullivan's March
- The Cuckold comes out of the Amery
- Mother Hen
- Mary Scott
- Nancy Dawson
12. The Phasmid (02:35)

13. The Battle (05:08)

14. La Musica notturna delle Strade di Madrid, No. 6, Op. 30 (09:23)
by Luigi Boccherini
15. Full Circle (01:35)

http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/title/60157/Master+And+Commander:+The+Far+Side+Of+The+World
 

Yesfan70

I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv
Famous
Have you got the movie? If so, Shazaam it and see if it gives you a title.


One CD I'll recommend, that I like very much, but uses cello instead of violins.....



Sara Sant' Ambrogio - Back 1,3,5


"Suite no. 1 in G Major: Prelude" (track 7) was used in an American Express commercial. It was the one with all the different shapes and items made to look like sad/happy faces.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFhHRYJsjgI[/youtube]




I love that tune.
 

Dennie

Well-Known Member

jomari

War Never Changes
Famous
Yesfan70 said:
Have you got the movie? If so, Shazaam it and see if it gives you a title.


One CD I'll recommend, that I like very much, but uses cello instead of violins.....



Sara Sant' Ambrogio - Back 1,3,5


"Suite no. 1 in G Major: Prelude" (track 7) was used in an American Express commercial. It was the one with all the different shapes and items made to look like sad/happy faces.

I love that tune.
i cant see. work dwarves.

is that cd worth a purchase? id like to add it on my list of cds id love to buy when i get money list.
 

smgreen20

Active Member
Yesfan,
Yes I have the movie. I had it on DVD, but my wife surprised me with a new copy of it on Bluray. I love this movie and it's hard to say why, I just do. The music has always intrigued me but now I'm looking into a CD of that style music. I will look into Sara S'A.

I'll probably buy the soundtrack to the movie next weekend.

Anything else? What exactly would be the style of this music? Classical?

Thanks for the replies.
 

DIYer

Well-Known Member
Famous
smgreen20 said:
What exactly would be the style of this music? Classical?
Yes, classical. Johann Sebastian Bach to be specific.

When movies use existing music for the soundtrack, I would get the album of that actual music and listen to the whole thing rather than buying the soundtrack album. I find it to be educational to do so especially when classical or jazz are used.
 

PaulyT

Behind the Curtain
Staff member
Administrator
Moderator
Superstar
If you have a specific song/track in mind and can point me to a link where i can hear it (I've seen the movie but don't remember any details of the music), I can possibly identify the specific work being performed (if you can't get that from the soundtrack info), and can help you find a good recording of that or something similar. Let me know...
 

Yesfan70

I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv
Famous
smgreen20 said:
Yesfan,
Yes I have the movie. I had it on DVD, but my wife surprised me with a new copy of it on Bluray. I love this movie and it's hard to say why, I just do. The music has always intrigued me but now I'm looking into a CD of that style music. I will look into Sara S'A.

I'll probably buy the soundtrack to the movie next weekend.

Anything else? What exactly would be the style of this music? Classical?

Thanks for the replies.

If the clips on Amazon aren't long enough for you, then go to grooveshark.com and you should be able to hear the whole album. Same can be said for the Master and Commander soundtrack (if both have been uploaded from someone).

A lot of times if I'm not sure about an album, I'll listen to the whole thing on Grooveshark. Then if I like it, I'll buy the CD on Amazon. Sometimes, the 30 second clips on Amazon aren't long enough to get a feel for a song.
 

smgreen20

Active Member
Thanks for the link Yesfan.

I'll have to order both albums online as none of our local stores have them. :(

I also went to find Chimaira and Anthrax's new albums, could only find Anthrax's.
 
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