Various - Great Classical Themes From The Film "A Clockwork Orange" download album
Great Classical Themes From The Film "A Clockwork Orange" (LP, Comp).
Listen to online Various - Great Classical Themes From The Film. This album was released on the label EMI (catalog number 2C053 1. 13). This album was released in 1972 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl
A Clockwork Orange (Film) study guide contains a biography of Stanley Kubrick, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. The depiction of violence in A Clockwork Orange has been the fulcrum of most of the controversy that has surrounded the film for the past several decades. However, by staging the violence in a dramatic, theatrical way, Kubrick lessens the impact of the heinous acts while also creating a feeling of detachment, allowing the viewer to examine his or her own desensitization.
Original Release Title Great classical themes from the film Country Format LP Release Date. A Clockwork Orange Theme (03:48) from "A Clockwork Orange" by Ludwig Van Beethoven,arranged by Walter Carlos and Rachel Elkind. 4. Ninth Symphony, Second Movement (Abridged) (03:48) from "A Clockwork Orange" by Ludwig Van Beethoven, arranged by Walter Carlos. 5. March (07:00) from "A Clockwork Orange" by Ludwig Van Beethoven. This label refers to the following compilation album: Classic Movie Themes 2. Other information. Members who have this label in their: Collection: 16 Wish list: 2.
March From A Clockwork Orange (Ninth Symphony, Fourth Movement, Abridged) - Walter Carlos - Walter Carlos. 6. William Tell Overture (Abridged) - Walter Carlos - Walter Carlos. 7. Pomp and Circumstance March N. - Stanley Kubrick - Stanley Kubrick. Viddy thou this incredible soundtrack from the film A Clockwork Orange. Cued from the novel by Anthony Burgess, the musical selections mainly focus on the Beethoven obsession of the main character Alex, however Carlos's deep knowledge of the classical repetoire and Kubrick's neurotic perfectionism combine to fill out this album. I love most of the tracks here, and have listened to them since 1972. Hard to find CD version of original soundtrack record that I have on vinyl. Great for those moments when in the mood for a little "drasting and crasting". Prompt service and shipping.
The Necessity of Evil in Human Nature. The importance of evil as well as good in human nature is a fundamental theme of A Clockwork Orange. Alex is despicable because he gives free rein to his violent impulses, but that sense of freedom is also what makes him human.
Wendy Carlos' soundtrack to Stanley Kubrick's nightmarish adaptation of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange captures the seedy, horrific images of the film perfectly.
|–Purcell*||Music For The Funeral Of Queen Mary - March||2:13|
|–Rossini*||The Thieving Magpie - Overture (Excerpt)||8:05|
|–Beethoven*||Symphony No. 9 In D Minor ("Coral") - Scherzo (Excerpt)||3:45|
|–Rossini*||William Tell - Overture (Finale)||3:08|
|–Rossini*||William Tell - Overture (Introduction)||3:20|
|–Elgar*||Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1||6:32|
|–Rimsky-Korsakov*||Scheherazade - The Sea And Sinbad's Ship (Excerpt)||6:45|
|–Elgar*||Pomp And Circumstance March No. 4||5:15|
|–Beethoven*||Symphony No. 9 In D Minor ("Choral") - Finale (Excerpt)||14:30|
|S-36855||Various||Great Classical Themes From The Film "A Clockwork Orange" (LP, Comp)||Angel Records||S-36855||US||1972|
|2C053 12.113||Various||Great Classical Themes From The Film "A Clockwork Orange" (LP, Comp)||EMI||2C053 12.113||France||1972|