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TRACK LISTING


 I. “Nocturnal” after John Dowland: Refl ections on Come,heavy sleep, Op. 70 (in memory of Dowland)Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) 1. Musingly (02:58) 2. Very agitated (00:43) 3. Restless (01:42) 4. Uneasy (01:29) 5. March-like (01:35) 6. Dreaming (02:37) 7. Gently rocking (01:14) 8. Passacaglia (04:52) 9. Slow and quiet (02:18)

 

II. “Folios” (in memory of Bach)Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996) 10. Folios I (04:03) 11. Folios II (02:59) 12. Folios III (03:59)

 

III. 13. “Music of memory” (in memory of Mendelssohn) (24:19) Nicholas Maw (1935-2009)

 

 

TOTAL TIME: 55:08

 

 

ANOTHER TROY FOR HER

THOMAS  CSABA

 

STORYBOARDS: DAVID PÉREZ PECO
 
SCREENPLAY “Another troy for her”: ROYDS FUENTES IMBERT

 

Thomas Csaba guitar

 

‘I changed my thinking about musical accompaniment from the timeHayasaka Fumio began working with me as composer of my fi lm scores.Up until that time fi lm music was nothing more than accompaniment– for a sad scene there was always sad music. This is the way mostpeople use the music, and it is ineffective. But from Drunken Angelonward, I have used light music for some key sad scenes, and my wayof using music has differed from the norm. I don’t put it in wheremost people do. Working with Hayasaka, I began to think in termsof the counterpoint of sound and image as opposed to the union ofsound and image.’

 

Akira Kurosawa

 

 


 

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