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Princess Mononoke: Music From The Miramax Motion Picture

Princess Mononoke: Music From The Miramax Motion PictureCreator: Joe Hisaishi
Label: Milan Records
Category: Music

Buy New: $50.00
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New (9) Used (15) from $12.98

Seller: SynergizingBackwardOverflow
Sales Rank: 152,656

Format: Soundtrack
Language: English (Original Language)
Media: Audio CD
Discs: 1
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.2
Dimensions (in): 5.8 x 5 x 0.3

MPN: MFR731383586422#VG
UPC: 731383586422
EAN: 0731383586422
ASIN: B00001U06H

Release Date: October 12, 1999
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days

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Tracks:

  • Legend of Ashitaka
  • Demon God
  • Journey to the West
  • Demon Power
  • Land of the Impure
  • Encounter
  • Kodamas
  • Forest of the Gods
  • Evening at the Ironworks
  • Demon God II-The Lost Mountains
  • Lady Eboshi
  • Tatara Women Work Song
  • Furies
  • Young Man from the East
  • Requiem
  • Will to Live
  • San and Ashitaka in the Forest of the Deer
  • Princess Mononoke Theme Song
  • Requiem II
  • Battle Drums
  • Battle in Front of the Ironworks
  • Demon Power II
  • Requiem III
  • Retreat
  • Demon God III
  • Adagio of Life and Death
  • World of the Dead
  • World of the Dead II
  • Adagio of Life and Death II
  • Ashitaka and San
  • Princess Mononoke Theme Song
  • Legend of Ashitaka Theme

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Editorial Reviews:

Amazon.com
This score to Japan's anime megahit stresses Western musical influences over Eastern, despite the movie's themes being more attuned to Japanese heritage and mythology. Hisaishi (who has contributed music to more than 30 Japanese films) employs a traditional Hollywood-style orchestral movement that is generally lush and pleasing--a soundtrack that could easily fill the boundless skyscapes of classic horse operas. There are occasional exotic moments involving woodwinds or solo violin or both that digress into more indigenous folksongs, but these, too, have soothing melodies akin to what one might demand from sushi dinner music. The operatically trained Sasha Lazard offers the sweet and ethereal "Theme Song" (with lyrics by director Hayao Miyazaki). These tracks may not always be distinctive but they manage to evoke moods of mysticism and, of course, ritual violence. --Joseph Lanza


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