sexta-feira, fevereiro 05, 2010
on the soundtrack to Martin Scorsese’s film Shutter Island
Do extraordinário Alex Ross,
“This may be the most outrageous and beautiful soundtrack I’ve ever heard,” Robertson says, in a press release. It’s hard to argue with the claim, given that the playlist includes Cage’s “Music for Marcel Duchamp,” Scelsi’s “Uaxuctum,” Feldman’s “Rothko Chapel,” and Ligeti’s “Lontano.” Ligeti and Penderecki come out of the familiar Kubrick playbook—“Lontano” figured memorably in “The Shining”—but many of the other selections are unexpected, most of all the choice of Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A Minor.
posted by Luís Miguel Dias sexta-feira, fevereiro 05, 2010