Various - Once Upon A Time In China: The Best Of Chinese Film Music Volume One album flac
Title: Once Upon A Time In China: The Best Of Chinese Film Music Volume One
Style: Score, Chinese Classical
MP3 album: 1480 mb
FLAC album: 1170 mb
Other formats: DMF VOC RA MP1 MIDI ADX VOX
Genre: Folk and Country / Screen and stage
Once Upon a Time in China is a 1991 Hong Kong–Chinese martial arts film written and directed by Tsui Hark, starring Jet Li as Chinese martial arts master and folk hero of Cantonese ethnicity, Wong Fei-hung. The film is set in Foshan, China sometime in the late 19th century during the Qing dynasty. Liu Yongfu, the commander of the Black Flag Army, invites Wong Fei-hung on board his ship to watch a lion dance
In addition to the various individual DVD releases, the first three films in the series have been released in a number of collection box sets. On 17 July 2001, Columbia Tri-Star, Sony released the films in the US in a two-disc box set, with the second disc being double-sided, containing Once Upon a Time in China II on one side and Once Upon a Time in China III on the other. As imitation was relatively common in the Hong Kong film industry, Once Upon a Time in China quickly gained mimics.
Another Morriconean trait of this section is its reliance on a melodic figure known as the turn, which involves beginning on a note, rising a step and returning, then falling a step and returning. As for the musical excerpts, there is a great three-volume set of Morricone’s film music arranged for piano called The Best of Ennio Morricone, of which the first volume has the Once Upon a Time in the West themes. Unlike many anthologies, they’re very well done in that they avoid the easy piano temptation and go for a more intermediate level, leaving in just the right notes to make it sound like the film score.
Once Upon a Time in China (1991). Image via Golden Harvest. Director: Tsui Hark Starring: Jet Li, Yuen Biao, Jacky Cheung, Rosamund Kwan Who’s the hero? Fei-hung, a Chinese folk hero who’s a doctor and a kung fu master. What’s his style? It’s Jet Li, so graceful, wire-assisted and supernaturally powerful.
The music score was very nicely done and complemented the film well. At times, the movie evoked as much emotion as the characters themselves. The only problem with this film may be its overly ambitious goals of trying to tackle everything at once. There was the sentiment of saving China from "foreign devils" as well as the sentiment that China was rotting and corrupt at its core, with the Chinese betraying the Chinese. Overall it is a very original film, and is set among the interesting clash of the British and Chinese cultures. Slightly "magical" kung-fu sequences may turn Chan fans off, but otherwise it is mostly engaging. after i watch this, i realize this movie is different from the once upon a time in china that i've seen before. I'm expecting jet li to fight the evil cult and donnie yen. 0. justin89 December 29, 2018 at 10:24 am.
The music from classic Chinese films of the 1980s and ‘90s are newly arranged and orchestrated. Performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic with some ethnic instruments added, mixed with a western influence. The compilation takes in films from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Including music from Once upon a Time in China, Ang Lee’s Eat Drink Man Woman and the art house efforts of critically acclaimed director Hsiao-hsien Hou (A City of Sadness, The Puppet Master) and the international blockbuster Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. TRACK LIST Disc 1 1. CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON - THE ETERNAL VOW 臥虎藏龍 - 永恆的誓約 2. A CHINESE GHOST STORY - HALT THE SUNRISE 倩女幽魂- 黎明不要來 3. THE ACTRESS - BURIAL OF HEART 阮玲玉- 葬心 4. MY BEST LOVE - MAIN THEME 最愛 5. ENDLESS EMBRACE - THE PHANTOM LOVER.
Film Score Film Music Original Score Soundtracks. After deconstructing the classic American western by way of The Good, the Bad & the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars, Leone distilled his intentions with 1968's Once Upon a Time in the West.
Once Upon a Time in China and America (1997). Action Adventure History. Set in late 19th century Canton this martial arts film depicts the stance taken by the legendary martial arts hero Wong Fei-Hung (1847-1924) against foreign forces' (English, French and American) plundering of China. When Aunt Yee arrives back from America totally westernised, Wong Fei-Hung assumes the role of her protector.
|Once Upon A Time In China:|
|–James Wong||A Man Should Help Himself|
|–James Wong||Out Of Luck Hero|
|–James Wong||The Outcast|
|–James Wong||Fighting The Assassins|
|–James Wong||A Desperate Battle|
|The New China Woman:|
|–Jonny Chen||Between Love And Hate|
|Supercop: Police Story III|
|–Mac Chew & Jenny Chinn||The Interception|
|–Mac Chew & Jenny Chinn||Aura Of Passion|
|–Mac Chew & Jenny Chinn||Survival|
|–Mac Chew & Jenny Chinn||Night Attack|
|–Mac Chew & Jenny Chinn||The Return|
|Peach Blossom Land:|
|–Bruce Kimmel||Theatre Corridor|
|–Bruce Kimmel||Peach Blossom Land (Theme)|
|The East Is Red:|
|–William Wu||The Comeback|
|–William Wu||Master Of The World|
|–William Wu||Search In The Snow|
|The Wicked City:|
|–Richard Yuen||The Devil's Deployment|
|–Richard Yuen||Lost Illusion|
|–Young Chen||Say Goodbye|
|–Bob Chen & Lee Chen Fan||Destined To Separate|
|VSD-5455||Various||Once Upon A Time In China: The Best Of Chinese Film Music Volume One (CD, Comp)||Varèse Sarabande||VSD-5455||US||1993|
|VSD-5455||Various||Once Upon A Time In China: The Best Of Chinese Film Music Volume One (CD, Comp)||Varèse Sarabande||VSD-5455||Germany||1993|