Dubeau, Angèle (Violin) & La Pietà / Silence on Joue: Take 2
Album: Silence on Joue: Take 2   Collection:Classical
Artist:Dubeau, Angèle (Violin) & La Pietà   Added:Apr 2023

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2023-05-14 Pull Date: 2023-07-16 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Jul 16 Jun 18 Jun 4
Airplays: 1 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 15, 2023: Music Casserole
Coldplay: “Paradise” for The Life of Pi (2012). (3:38), LeGrand: “Windmills of Your Mind” From The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) (3:19)
4. Jun 03, 2023: Virtually Happy
Wise: “Misirlou” From Pulp Fiction (1994). (3:47)
2. Jun 17, 2023: Music Casserole
Howard: Suite From The Village (2004). (6:34)
5. Jun 03, 2023: Music Casserole
Faltermeyer: “Axel F – Main Theme” From Beverly Hills Cop (1984). (2:44), LeGrand: “Windmills of Your Mind” From The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) (3:19)
3. Jun 12, 2023: Brain worm
Desplat and Williams: Suite From Harry Potter (2001-2011). (6:27)

Album Review
Gary Lemco
Reviewed 2023-04-08
Violinist Angèle Dubeau celebrates her 40 years of music-making with a 2-CD set of film music, chosen for their “covering an entire range of emotion,” enhanced by her solo violin and supporting
musicians, La Pieta.
1. CD1. Horner: “The Ludlows” from Legends of the Fall (1984). In early 20th Century Montana, a father and his three sons are affected by WW I and strife within the family when a girl, Susannah, becomes the object of competing affections. Horner’s score captures the pained beauty of the moment. (4:00)
2. Silvestri: “Feather Theme” from Forest Gump (1994). The film traces the social history, 1950-1980, of an innocent Alabama who tells his story to strangers at a bus stop. (2:00)
3. Barry: “I Had a Farm” from Out of Africa (1985), is based on the life of Danish writer Isak Dinesen. The Main Theme soars, especially when Karen and her lover-pilot ascend above the
Serengeti. (3:19)
4. LeGrand: “Windmills of Your Mind” from The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) suggests intricacies and mind games of a clever, female investigator, attempting to indict a rich financier-playboy for his having planned a brilliant bank robbery. (4:34)
5. Jarre: “My Phantom Love” from Ghost 1990), a romantic fantasy in which the spirit of a recently murdered young man lingers to warn his wife of impending danger. The theme, “I Hunger for Your Love” dominates the melody. (3:57)
6. Desplat and Williams: Suite from Harry Potter (2001-2011) combines Lily’s Theme, Harry in Winter, Courtyard Apocalypse, and the Prologue (6:27)
7. Howard: Suite from The Village (2004) offers an eerie score for a film about a 19th Century village fearful of strange creatures that might dwell beyond its borders. The excerpts include Noah’s Visit, The Gravel Road, and The Vote. (6:34)
8. Einaudi: Sotto falso nome (“Under a False Name,” 2004), set during WW II, 1943, deals with the persecution of families and lovers by the Nazis. The score uses minimalist repetition. (3:55)
9. Dompierre: “Mon amie Max” from Mon Amie Max (1994) deals with the long-delayed reunion of 2 gifted, women pianists from Quebec. Max is pregnant and wishes to keep her child, but her own mother forces Max to give her son up for adoption. (4:20)
10. Nyman: “The Promise” from The Piano (1993) concerns a mute Scotswoman who has been sold by her father to a frontiersman living in New Zealand. She and her daughter are stranded on a beach with their possessions, including their piano, which becomes a source of erotic energy. (4:10)
11. Tiersen: “La Valse d’Amelie from Le Fabuleux destin d’Amelie Poulain (2001) centers around a young girl from a Parisian café who spends her time matchmaking and serving as a guardian angel for others. When she meets a handsome stranger, she must decide to take control of her own affairs. The music resounds with the simple elegance of Erik Satie. (2:52)
12. Glass: “The French Lieutenant Dreams” from the play The Screens by Jean Genet (1989). presents a drama set in the French-Algerian War (1950-1962), a tale of a poor Arab thief and traitor named Said, and his wife and mother. (2:30)
13. Rachmaninoff: 19th Variation from Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini from Somewhere in Time (1980), a romantic fantasy of a young man who, via self-hypnosis, wills his way back in time, into the life of an actress who lived many years before. (3:03)
14. Williams: “Across the Stars” from Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is a suite consisting of Episode II, Attack of the Clones, expressed in rapturous tropes that become more threatened as the music proceeds. (6:28)
15. Umebayashi: “Yumeji’s Theme” from In the Mood for Love (2000) backs a Hong Kong romantic drama about two couples whose spouses engage in affairs with each other, only to develop serious feelings for one another. (2:27)

1. CD2. Oldfield: “Tubular Bells” from The Exorcist (1973) still resonate obsessionally with the impending horror of a young girl’s possession by a demonic spirit, which resists various attempts to cast it out. (2:54)
2. Wise: “Misirlou” from Pulp Fiction (1994) proffers a Greek dance, a tango, that evokes the weird complexities of a boxer and his debt to gangster, whose own wife is a drug addict attracted to a hit man. (3:47)
3. Zimmer: “Curse of the Black Pearl: He’s a Pirate” from Pirates of the Caribbean (2003), combines seafaring adventure with aspects of zombie lore. Captain Jack Sparrow pursues tressure while engaged horrific, fantasy duels. (3:34)
4. Djawadi: “Winterfell – Main Theme” from Game of Thrones (2001) traces the emotional life in the epic, extended fantasy about the continent of Westeros, and the nine, powerful. aristocratic families and their pursuit of power. (3:47)
5. James: “The Kiss” from The Last of the Mohicans (1992) is a village dance set during the French and Indian Wars, when Uncas and Hawkeye try to maintain courage and dignity in the midst of battles and barbarism. (2:56)
6. Nyman: “A la Folie” (To Madness) from Six Days, Six Nights (1994) captures the free and invasive spirit of two sisters, Alice and Elsa, who compete for affections of Alice’s cheating husband, Frank. (3:29)
7. Rota: “La Dolce Vita de La Pieta” from La Dolce Vita (1960) for director Federico Fellini’s erotic homage to the city of Rome, and its vain celebrities in pursuit of pleasure. (6:28)
8. Jackson: “Smooth Criminal” from Moonwalker (1988), Michael’s Jackson’s exploration of celebrity in the form of a musical anthology of short clips, based on his own film Bad as the thread of the narrative. (3:01)
9. Coldplay: “Paradise” for The Life of Pi (2012), director Ang Lee’s allegorical film of a teenaged boy and a tiger marooned at sea on a small boat for 227 days. The nature of reality and perception, even compassion, is investigated, with the need for survival teaching valuable lesson about connections. (3:38)
10. Faltermeyer: “Axel F – Main Theme” from Beverly Hills Cop (1984), the breezy narrative of police detective Alex Foley from Detroit, on the chase for a killer in Beverly Hills, CA. The music vibrates with slick testosterone. (2:44)
11. Lunn: “Downton Abbey – Main Theme” from Downton Abbey (2015) a series that follows the Crawley family after the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. The intrigues that occur at the Georgian country estate, servants included, maintain the tension. (5:03)
12. Bock: “If I Were a Rich Man” from Fiddler on the Roof (1971) displays the sentimental nostalgia of the Jewish peasant Tevye, and his dreams of a better life for him and his family, especially his three daughters. (4:10)

Track Listing
1. CD1. Horner: “The Ludlows” From Legends of the Fall (1984). (4:00)   14. Williams: “Across the Stars” From Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones (2002). (6:
2. Silvestri: “Feather Theme” From Forest Gump (1994). (2:00)   15. Umebayashi: “Yumeji’s Theme” From In the Mood for Love (2000). (2:27)
3. Barry: “I Had a Farm” From Out of Africa (1985). (3:19)   16. CD2. Oldfield: “Tubular Bells” From The Exorcist (1973). (2:54)
4. LeGrand: “Windmills of Your Mind” From The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) (3:19)   17. Wise: “Misirlou” From Pulp Fiction (1994). (3:47)
5. Jarre: “My Phantom Love” From Ghost 1990). (3:57)   18. Zimmer: “Curse of the Black Pearl: He’s a Pirate” Pirates of Caribbean (3:34)
6. Desplat and Williams: Suite From Harry Potter (2001-2011). (6:27)   19. Djawadi: “Winterfell – Main Theme” From Game of Thrones (2001). (3:47)
7. Howard: Suite From The Village (2004). (6:34)   20. James: “The Kiss” From The Last of the Mohicans (1992). (2:56)
8. Einaudi: Sotto Falso Nome (“Under a False Name,” 2004). (3:55)   21. Nyman: “A La Folie” (To Madness) From Six Days, Six Nights (1994). (3:29)
9. Dompierre: “Mon Amie Max” From Mon Amie Max (1994)> (4:20)   22. Rota: “La Dolce Vita De La Pieta” From La Dolce Vita (1960). (6:28)
10. Nyman: “The Promise” From The Piano (1993). (4:10)   23. Jackson: “Smooth Criminal” From Moonwalker (1988). (3:01)
11. Tiersen: “La Valse D’amelie From Le Fabuleux Destin D’amelie Poulain (2001). (2:   24. Coldplay: “Paradise” for The Life of Pi (2012). (3:38)
12. Glass: “The French Lieutenant Dreams” From The Screens by J. Genet (1989) (2:30)   25. Faltermeyer: “Axel F – Main Theme” From Beverly Hills Cop (1984). (2:44)
13. Rachmaninoff: 19th Variation From Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. (3:03)   26. Lunn: “Downton Abbey – Main Theme” From Downton Abbey (2015). (5:03)
  27. Bock: “If I Were a Rich Man” From Fiddler on the Roof (1971). (4:10)