The highest-selling albums and EPs in the United States are ranked in the Billboard 200, which is published by Billboard magazine. The data are compiled by Nielsen Soundscan based on each album's weekly physical and digital sales. In 2014, a total of 33 albums claimed the top position of the chart. One of which, American R&B singer Beyoncé's self-titled visual album started its peak in late 2013.
John Williams’ best film scores become characters in themselves, and this one stands out among his series of blockbuster works throughout the 70s. 12: Braveheart (1995). Known for his beautifully lush orchestration, James Horner captured the spirit of William Wallace’s journey with his evocative compositions using Celtic textures to create a score that is both awe-inspiring and melancholic. For many, the work of Maurice Jarre conjures the sweeping scores of John Williams, but it was Jaree who first soundtracked one of the greatest adventures to appear on screen when he scored this 1962 desert epic starring Peter O’Toole. With its grand theme and exotic instrumentation, this evocative soundtrack is a work of astounding mastery that remains one of the best film scores ever recorded. 10: Back To The Future (1985).
Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 1 is a home video compilation released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on November 6, 2007, containing 12 of Pixar's short films as well as the 1984 film The Adventures of André & Wally . which was animated by John Lasseter. It is followed by Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 2, which was released on November 13, 2012, and by Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 3, which was released on November 13, 2018.
The orchestra has since produced many classical and film music recordings, working with labels such as Decca, EMI, Sony BMG and various international film studios.
Tracks count: 34. Views: 10. Miklos Rozsa - Prelude (From "Double Indemnity") 04:51. Miklos Rozsa Conducts His Epic Film Scores - Miklos Rozsa. The Miklós Rózsa Collection: Music For Guitar - Gregg Nestor, Miklos Rozsa, Raymond Burley, WILLIAM KANENGISER. Ben Hur - Miklos Rozsa. Blood on the Sun (Ost) - Miklos Rozsa, United Artists Studio Orchestra. Madame Bovary - Miklos Rozsa.
This album At A Glance. Rediscovering Lost Scores Vol. 1 by Wendy Carlos (2005) Compilation Release date: 2005-05-24 Overall rank: 53,150th. Wendy Carlos album bestography. Higher ranked (51,850th) This album (53,150th) Lower ranked (53,150th) Sonic ing Lost Scores Vol. 1Rediscovering Lost Scores Vol. 1. Listen to Rediscovering Lost Scores Vol. 1 on YouTube. 1 track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet.
Claire Denis Film Scores. has been added to your Cart. Nymphomaniac: Extended Director's Cut Vol. 1 & 2. Charlotte Gainsbourg. The group's first soundtrack for Denis, Nenette Et Boni (1996), was also their third album, following two eponymous and now legendary Tindersticks full-lengths in the early 90s. Five more soundtracks have followed, marking one of the more fertile, consistent and resonant relationships between a director and a group of musicians in contemporary cinema.
Claire Denis Film Scores 1996–2009. Claire Denis Film Scores 1996–2009 is a compilation album by Tindersticks. Released in 2011, the albums compiles the soundtrack music scored by the band to six films by Claire Denis.
First of all, a big part of the band's appeal is Staples' voice, and it is barely heard across these five discs. But more importantly, it is soundtrack music, and as such it's not really meant to stand on its own, and it often doesn't. Some tracks take musical chiaroscuro to an extreme, surrounding little patches of music with inky nothingness. The original sextet played its final show in 2006, and the final two scores are crafted by the Tindersticks, Mk II- Staples, original keyboardist David Boulter, original guitarist Neil Fraser, and a set of younger new members. 2008's 35 Rhums (a rhum is a shot of rum), features occasional Ondes Martenot played by guest Christine Ott, and its opening title theme is the brightest piece of music here by far, featuring a sunny melodica part that's oddly reminiscent of XTC's "Summer's Cauldron".
|Departure, film score|
|Out of the Shadow, film score|
|2||Truth be Told||7:29|
|The Scientist, film score|
|3||Flesh and Wire||11:15|
|What Would Jesus Do, film score|
|Pest Control, film score|
|First Kill, film score|
|6||Darker Path to Fame||6:18|
|Tuscania, film score|
|Hope Gone, film score|
|Signs of Life, film score|
|9||Save the Dead||4:55|
|Date.CON, film score|
|10||Blind Date Horrors||9:12|
|The Last Turn, film score|
|Silent Hearts, film score|