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专辑名:Doctor Zhivago (Music from the TV Series)
歌手:Ludovico Einaudi
发行时间:2002-12-09

简介:根据1958年诺贝尔文学奖得主、俄罗斯诗人和小说家帕斯捷尔纳克的小说《日瓦戈医生》改编的同名电视剧日前在俄罗斯电视台播放,这是俄罗斯电视台首次将这部名著改编为影视作品,所有外景都在俄罗斯境内拍摄。俄罗斯演员奥列格·缅希科夫在剧中饰演主角日瓦戈医生,全片共11集。 日瓦戈从小被唐雅的父母收养长大后就娶了唐雅为妻。但是在第一次世界大战期间,日瓦戈认识了裁缝漂亮的女儿娜拉,两人坠入爱河时却碰上十月革命发生而被逼分离。日瓦戈回到旧地与妻子团聚时,却意外与娜拉重逢,压抑多时的热情遂一发不可收拾。当日瓦戈被红军俘虏押往前线,他为了见娜拉而冒险逃出,但结果还是不免分手的命运。 (豆瓣+优酷) by Jason Ankeny Maurice Jarre's score to David Lean's 1965 big-screen adaptation of Boris Pasternak's classic novel Doctor Zhivago remains one of the most memorable soundtracks in postwar Hollywood history -- scoring a 2002 British television miniseries remake would seem a thankless task at best and a fool's errand at worst, but Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi's Doctor Zhivago is as breathtaking as Jarre's original, yet cut from a very different cloth. Einaudi eschews the epic sweep and Russian instrumentation that characterized Jarre's efforts in favor of a minimalist approach differentiated by its nuanced, hypnotic piano melodies and placid atmosphere -- the main theme is as gentle and dreamlike as a lullaby, while a series of solo vocal performances capture the passion and melancholy of Pasternak's love story in ravishing detail. Forget the Jarre comparisons -- Einaudi's Doctor Zhivago is its own distinct creation, and a remarkable one at that.

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根据1958年诺贝尔文学奖得主、俄罗斯诗人和小说家帕斯捷尔纳克的小说《日瓦戈医生》改编的同名电视剧日前在俄罗斯电视台播放,这是俄罗斯电视台首次将这部名著改编为影视作品,所有外景都在俄罗斯境内拍摄。俄罗斯演员奥列格·缅希科夫在剧中饰演主角日瓦戈医生,全片共11集。 日瓦戈从小被唐雅的父母收养长大后就娶了唐雅为妻。但是在第一次世界大战期间,日瓦戈认识了裁缝漂亮的女儿娜拉,两人坠入爱河时却碰上十月革命发生而被逼分离。日瓦戈回到旧地与妻子团聚时,却意外与娜拉重逢,压抑多时的热情遂一发不可收拾。当日瓦戈被红军俘虏押往前线,他为了见娜拉而冒险逃出,但结果还是不免分手的命运。 (豆瓣+优酷) by Jason Ankeny Maurice Jarre's score to David Lean's 1965 big-screen adaptation of Boris Pasternak's classic novel Doctor Zhivago remains one of the most memorable soundtracks in postwar Hollywood history -- scoring a 2002 British television miniseries remake would seem a thankless task at best and a fool's errand at worst, but Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi's Doctor Zhivago is as breathtaking as Jarre's original, yet cut from a very different cloth. Einaudi eschews the epic sweep and Russian instrumentation that characterized Jarre's efforts in favor of a minimalist approach differentiated by its nuanced, hypnotic piano melodies and placid atmosphere -- the main theme is as gentle and dreamlike as a lullaby, while a series of solo vocal performances capture the passion and melancholy of Pasternak's love story in ravishing detail. Forget the Jarre comparisons -- Einaudi's Doctor Zhivago is its own distinct creation, and a remarkable one at that.