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STAR TREK - MUSIC FROM SELECTED EPISODES VOL. 2. CD (Zene / Music)

Kattints ide a nagyításért! STAR TREK - MUSIC FROM SELECTED EPISODES VOL. 2. CD

Kategória: Zene / Music

Ár: 5980 Ft

Szállítás: Raktárról

Termékszám: 8006

Newly Recorded Music from Selected Episodes of the Paramount TV Series
Mirror Mirror, By Any Other Name, The Trouble With Tribbles, The Empath [SOUNDTRACK]

Tracks:
1. Main Title and Closing Theme 1:21 (A. Courage, arranged by Fred Steiner)
By Any Other Name (Fred Steiner)
2. Neutralizer / Kelvan Theme / More Neutralizers/Broken Blocks 3:41
3. Rojan's Revenge / Rojan's Blocks / Pretty Words / Rojan's Victory / Finale 5:32
The Trouble with Tribbles (Jerry Fielding)
4. A Matter of Pride / No Tribble at All / Big Fight 4:19
Mirror, Mirror (Fred Steiner)
5. Mirror, Mirror / Black Ship Theme / The Agonizer / Meet Marlena 4:39
6. Black Ship Tension / Goodbye Marlena / Short Curtain 3:52
The Empath (George Duning)
7. Enter Gem / Kirk Healed 2:07
8. Vian Lab / The Subjects / Cave Exit / Star Trek Chase 3:37
9. Help Him / Spock Stuck / McCoy Tortured 5:18
10. Time Grows Short 5:06
11. Vian's Farewell / Empath Finale 2:20

Composers: Fred Steiner, Jerry Fielding and George Duning
Conductor: Fred Steiner
Performers: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Label: Varese Sarabande Records
Running Time: 41:52
Release Date: 1986

Historical and Personal Notes by Fred Steiner
...in some of the selections on this album are several musical motives which should be familiar to Trekkers. One of them is a theme composed by me to represent Kelinda, the lovely heroine of `By Any Other Name.` It was used thereafter for several more of Star Trek's alluring ladies, and can be heard during many tender, romantic moments involving some of those ladies and the ever-susceptible Captain Kirk as well as the seemingly unromantic Dr. McCoy. The second, perhaps even more recognizable example is the macho, militaristic motive from `Mirror, Mirror,` which was used in many segments of Star Trek to accompany scenes of threat or danger, or else to underscore the appearance of one or more of the monsters, interplanetary villains, or alien spaceships encountered during the voyages of the Enterprise. This theme is actually based on a motive I composed early in the first season of the series for `Balance of Terror` to herald the appearance of the Romulans, the ancient enemies of the Federation. In `Mirror, Mirror,` the theme is developed in imitation and inversion to delineate the Jekyll-and-Hyde aspect of this tale of the officers of the Enterprise struggling against their own hostile counterparts from a parallel universe. Later in the story, by means of thematic transformation, this martial motive becomes a tender melody for the beautiful, tragic anti-heroine Marlena, and it was subsequently used as a theme for other ladies in the series.

This album also contains newly recorded selection from two of my favorite scores among the many written by my composer colleagues on Star Trek. Probably one of the most popular shows in the series is the light-hearted, playfully ironic `The Trouble with Tribbles;` its witty, contemporary score, composed by Jerry Fielding. (...)

George Duning's refreshingly original score for `The Empath` is, in my opinion, an outstanding example of the high quality of music that could be but was all too seldom created for TV dramas in the 1960's. His romantic yet quite contemporary-sounding music for this highly-charged story is not only dramatically compelling, but on a deeper, more spiritual level, seems to bespeak the very essence, the inner soul of Star Trek. Duning's nebulous, floating clusters of misty strings, delicately tinged with harp, vibraphone, crotales, and Yamaha organ, paint an ineffable picture of the endless reaches of starry space through which the Enterprise travels (and without resorting to any of the usual artificial sci-fi musical cliches). ... ~ Fred Steiner

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