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laohu
01-31-2015, 09:51 AM
梅林茂 (Shigeru Umebayashi)《霍元甲》(Jet Li's Fearless) (FLAC, 2006)

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1. Opening Title - Wu Shu Jing Shen (01:22)
2. Shanghai Fight (03:48)
3. Kids (00:49)
5. Kids 2 (00:11)
6. Kids 3 (00:33)
8. Tianjin Fight (03:43)
9. Mrs. Huo / Action (04:12)
10. Huo Yuanjia and Master Qin (00:59)
11. Yuanjia and Qin (00:20)
12. Qin Enters (00:58)
13. Sword and Fist (03:16)
16. Mother & Daughter (02:37)
17. Yuanjia Falls (01:36)
18. Village Flute / Children Play With Dragonflies (02:04)
19. Village Flute Solo (00:33)
20. Season Changes (01:32)
21. Moon Explains (01:35)
22. Yuanjia and Moon (02:32)
23. A Long Road Home (04:20)
24. Jinsun and Yuanjia (00:28)
25. Shanghai Fight 2 (00:28)
26. Action 5 (04:15)
27. Jinsun and Yuanjia 2 (01:18)
28. The School Opens (01:01)
29. Habanera (From Carmen) (01:49)
Composed by Georges Bizet, words by Henri Meilhac & Ludovic HalÚvy, vocals by Michiko Hayashi
30. Hasu - Tea Ceremony (00:30)
31. Wu Shu Jing Shen (00:59)
32. Tanaka Fight (04:09)
33. Final Fist 1 (02:26)
34. Final Fist 2 (02:10)
35. Fearless Men / Theme of Yuanjia and Moon (04:26)
36. Ending - Wu Shu Jing Shen (02:23)



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Review by James Christopher Monger

Huo Yuan Jia, known in English-speaking countries as Jet Li's Fearless, chronicled the life of martial arts legend Huo Yuanjia. Composer Shigeru Umebayashi (Curse of the Golden Flower, 2046) peppers the film with a seductive blend of traditional Asian folk music and majestic orchestration that dutifully compliment the lush vistas of 20th century China.

Contemplative and elegiac, this score for Jet Li's martial-arts movie is light years away from your usual Hollywood action music--even when the pace picks up, it remains evocative and elegant, with a tinge of underlying melancholy. For this we have to thank Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi (formerly of the rock band EX), who also gave us marvelous scores for Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love and Zhang Yimou's House of Flying Daggers. Here he relies on roiling percussion, ethereal choirs, and Japanese and Chinese flutes to suggest both the 19th-century setting of the film and an end-of-an-era mood. Look for "Habanera" from Carmen buried toward the end, performed by Japanese soprano Michiko Hayashi and--befitting such a relatively pared-down album--a lone piano. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

jamaral
01-31-2015, 11:14 AM
Thank you very much.

jakegittis
01-31-2015, 02:19 PM
thanks.

samy013
01-31-2015, 06:02 PM
Thank you share!

Kaolin
02-01-2015, 06:52 AM
Thanks.

son_of_dudikoff
02-05-2015, 03:19 PM
Thanks a lot.

mr_peewinkle
02-06-2015, 04:56 PM
Thank you!

hasola
02-07-2015, 03:24 PM
Thanks for this.

Prusheen
06-04-2015, 10:22 PM
Really thanks <3
Ending is awesome
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