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专辑名:Beyond Rangoon (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
歌手:Hans Zimmer
唱片公司:Milan Records
发行时间:1995-01-01

简介:Rangoon是缅甸首都仰光的英文旧称(现在一般写作Yangon),故事实根据真实事件改编的,女主角为了摆脱过去的阴影,决定来一趟远东之旅,结果展开了一段奇妙的冒险... 不要被封面所迷惑,这是一部不折不扣动作影片,导演John Boorman很擅长让配乐与影片完美的结合,这部影片他需要一个能在娓娓动听的旋律中包含惊险激烈的动作要素的人,Zimmer成为了当时不二的人选。虽然Zimmer当时正忙于Lion King的配乐,不过还是欣然的接下了这部作品。整张专辑时间不长,38分钟,却很出色。Zimmer用低沉的电子和打击作为表现惊险动作的主要方式,既保证了效果亦不会淹没高音的主旋律。使用了大量的东方乐器来表现缅甸这个影片环境,Richard Harvey所演奏的横笛成为了配乐最主要部分,高低不同优美动听的笛声贯穿始末。除此之外,还有诸如钟铙钹等等地方乐器,非常的有代入感。时而出现的女声Solo吟唱用来表现衬托女主角,效果很好。不要说喜欢异域风格的西方人,我都觉得这是一张很不错的作品,也就不奇怪在很多国外的原声网站这张专辑评分都很高了 by Jason Ankeny Beyond Rangoon remains composer Hans Zimmer's most effective and fully realized embrace of ethnic music tropes -- channeling the Southeast Asian traditions of the film's titular setting, Zimmer employs pipes, wood flutes, and native rhythms to vivid effect, deftly sidestepping the megawatt overkill that undermines his more conventional Hollywood efforts. Zimmer's colorful, luminous melodies boast a lyricism long absent from his work, evoking the mysteries of the former Burma in striking detail -- while synthesizers add clarity and depth to the music, Zimmer steadfastly avoids any pronounced Western motifs and themes, communicating the exotic otherness of his subject with aplomb.

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Rangoon是缅甸首都仰光的英文旧称(现在一般写作Yangon),故事实根据真实事件改编的,女主角为了摆脱过去的阴影,决定来一趟远东之旅,结果展开了一段奇妙的冒险... 不要被封面所迷惑,这是一部不折不扣动作影片,导演John Boorman很擅长让配乐与影片完美的结合,这部影片他需要一个能在娓娓动听的旋律中包含惊险激烈的动作要素的人,Zimmer成为了当时不二的人选。虽然Zimmer当时正忙于Lion King的配乐,不过还是欣然的接下了这部作品。整张专辑时间不长,38分钟,却很出色。Zimmer用低沉的电子和打击作为表现惊险动作的主要方式,既保证了效果亦不会淹没高音的主旋律。使用了大量的东方乐器来表现缅甸这个影片环境,Richard Harvey所演奏的横笛成为了配乐最主要部分,高低不同优美动听的笛声贯穿始末。除此之外,还有诸如钟铙钹等等地方乐器,非常的有代入感。时而出现的女声Solo吟唱用来表现衬托女主角,效果很好。不要说喜欢异域风格的西方人,我都觉得这是一张很不错的作品,也就不奇怪在很多国外的原声网站这张专辑评分都很高了 by Jason Ankeny Beyond Rangoon remains composer Hans Zimmer's most effective and fully realized embrace of ethnic music tropes -- channeling the Southeast Asian traditions of the film's titular setting, Zimmer employs pipes, wood flutes, and native rhythms to vivid effect, deftly sidestepping the megawatt overkill that undermines his more conventional Hollywood efforts. Zimmer's colorful, luminous melodies boast a lyricism long absent from his work, evoking the mysteries of the former Burma in striking detail -- while synthesizers add clarity and depth to the music, Zimmer steadfastly avoids any pronounced Western motifs and themes, communicating the exotic otherness of his subject with aplomb.