19 Songs, 55 Minutes

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映画が甦ります。

yama3,

広島、尾道を舞台にした映画は数多くありますよね。しかもどの映画も非常に良くできていて感動させられます。この映画「ふたり」もこの曲を聴くたび場面転換や、その場の映像を思い浮かべます。一度聴いてから映画を見てみるのも良いかもしれませんね。

なつかしいねえ

ロカタンスキー,

大林宣彦、当たり外れの多い監督だけどこれは当たり!久石譲の音楽も絶好調。テーマ曲「草の想い」のメロディーが紅の豚とよく似ていると気づいたひとは、かなりの久石通。余談だけどこの映画、NHKだけで放送された長尺版があるんだよね。観た人いるかな?

中嶋朋子の歌で聞きたい!

ぴこ,

大好きな映画です。尾道の空気感がすごくよく表現されていると思います。音楽も雰囲気とぴったりで大好きです。映画中ずっと流れる印象的なメロディー、中嶋朋子のか細い声がとてもよかった。 でも、、、、なんで、なんでサントラはおっさんのデュエットなんですか??きっと監督も久石さんも気に入ったのだとおもうけど、打ち上げのカラオケを聞かされてるみたいで、正直雰囲気が台無しになっているような気がするのは僕だけでしょうか。。残念です。

About Joe Hisaishi

Most celebrated for his alternating touching and dynamic orchestral film scoring with Studio Ghibli animation director Hayao Miyazaki, Joe Hisaishi is a prolific Japanese composer of classical works, film scores, and experimental electronic and animation music. Born Mamoru Fujisawa in Nakano, Japan, Hisaishi began studying the violin at age five and went on to major in music composition at the Kunitachi College of Music. He released his first album in 1981. Titled Mkwaju, it was written for percussion ensemble with keyboard and computer programming. That was followed in 1982 by Information, credited to himself and his oft-used pseudonym for collaborators, Wonder City Orchestra. 1983 marked his first film score and first collaboration with Miyazaki, on 1984's Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. With moments of sentimental strings and percussive fanfare, its range marks the dramatic emotional content of his scores to come. He continued to write original music outside of film, releasing dozens of his electronic and classical compositions throughout the '80s, '90s, and 2000s, all the while continuing to score films and provide accompanying image albums, vocal albums, and more for anime. Highlights of his collaborations with Miyazaki include animation scores for 1988's My Neighbor Totoro, 1997's Princess Mononoke, 2001 Oscar winner for Best Animated Feature Spirited Away, and 2004's Howl's Moving Castle. He also scored multiple films for live-action director Takeshi Kitano, including Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or nominee Outrage, a yakuza film released in 2010. Several compilations of his classical and film music were released over his career, and while Miyazaki retired in 2013, Maestro Hisaishi continued to compose film scores and make appearances conducting orchestra concerts in Asia and Europe. ~ Marcy Donelson

  • ORIGIN
    Nakano, Nagano, Japan
  • GENRE
    Soundtrack
  • BORN
    December 6, 1950

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