Thursday, 11 February 2010

Inspirational Music

I would say, I'm a lot into soundtracks music, although they not contain any lyrics they can be really emotional. I want to share something that is most of the time on while I'm riddling throughout my projects, and it becomes an inspiration sometimes.

It is the soundtrack of the French film Le fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain, directed by Jean- Pierre Jeunet. It is a beautiful classical music soundtrack composed by the Composer Yann Tiersen, that to me gives many emotions about childhood and fantasy, hapiness or sadness.
I would like to share to you because it is fabulous. :)



5 comments:

tutorphil said...

I listen to Philip Glass for inspiration... very filmic, very emotional somehow, and yet very 'cold'...

Ruben Alexandre said...

I just listen a song really filmic, emotional yet so beautiful

Ruben Alexandre said...

Also, just found out that my girlfriend has the soundtrack from the film Hours.
I guess I will spend some time listening to it

Leo said...

Amelie is a beautiful film, I loved the pacing and storytelling in it. Certainly worth a watch if you get the chance, think its only available in French with English subs though. The soundtrack is simply brilliant.

Tom Beg said...

Fabio Frizzi everytime for some slick 70's Italian Horror synth soundtracks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaUP4DZX_tM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX8Ol2QYlUE

Also Ennio Morricone (truly a god amongst men), Ry Cooder (Paris, Texas = amazing), Joe Hisaishi, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Vangelis, some Carter Burwell stuff is nice (Millers Crossing)and Riz Ortolani's Cannibal Holocaust OST for some uber cheese.

Loads of 70's films both big and low budget had amazing original soundtracks, a product of that era and the ecompassing mentality of filmmaking from that time I suppose.