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Oct - 02
2012

On My Heart (Reprise) - Mike Oldfield - Music Of The Spheres


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Download On My Heart (Reprise) - Mike Oldfield - Music Of The Spheres

The legendary British composer will always be most identified with his breakthrough long-play composition "Tubular Bells" and the way it was used to illuminate fear in The Exorcist. The happy truth is that since then he's amassed an incredible catalog of over 20 albums featuring just about every instrumental form but jazz: pop, classical, new age, world music, computer game, film soundtrack, etc. The title of his minute classical-influenced opus Music of the Spheres is a reference to the prolific and eclectic composer's feeling that all music should aim to represent the spiritual or otherworldly elements of life -- something beyond the mundane and everyday.

He accomplishes that via the sheer hypnotic beauty of the gentler passages and the percussive drama of others, both of which characterize the multi-movement opening track, "Harbinger," which lives up to its title as a preview of the overwhelming, ethereal joys to come. Mike Oldfield is a highly accomplished film composer and it would be easy to B.B.

King - The Best Of gorgeous, sweeping pieces like "Animus" and "Silhouette" behind pastoral romantic scenes, and action-packed, percussively dense expressions like "The Tempest" building some heavy suspense for some nail-biting plot.

Completely recorded by an orchestra at Abbey Road studios and featuring Oldfield himself on guitar, Music of the Spheres -- which features guest performances by world-renowned young soprano and Decca labelmate Hayley Westenra and classical piano phenom Lang Lang -- is huge in scope yet at heart simple and emotionally direct on a purely melodic level.

While the piece was entirely conceived, produced, and written by Oldfieldhe turned to popular modern classical composer Karl Jenkins to translate his ideas into traditional classical notations arranged for orchestra -- a great departure from the artist's usual array of studio-only wizardry. Jenkinswho once played oboe on a live BBC recording of "Tubular Bells" Too Much - Cliff Richard - Original Album Series (Box Set, Album, Album, Album, Album, Album)gets On My Heart (Reprise) - Mike Oldfield - Music Of The Spheres co-production credit, and with good reason.

Oldfield scored his music via a computer program called Logic, while Jenkins used Sibelius to create the musical notation. Oldfield recorded an elaborate demo using orchestral samples, then handed it over so that Jenkins could add the human touch by re-recording it by an orchestra of classical musicians. It's a rich, heartfelt collaboration that breaks new ground for both men. Oldfield had no trouble declaring that he was almost moved to tears while listening to Music of the Spheres come alive at Abbey Road.

It's a primitive spiritual On My Heart (Reprise) - Mike Oldfield - Music Of The Spheres emotional response that every listener would later relate to. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript.

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6 Replies to “ On My Heart (Reprise) - Mike Oldfield - Music Of The Spheres ”

  1. Mar 25,  · Music of the Spheres is an album by English musician Mike Oldfield, released in the United Kingdom on 17 March The album, Oldfield's second /5(32).
  2. Mike Oldfield - On My Heart Lyrics. On my heart The nights are drawing in Above, the stars are spiralling And Heaven, Earth are roaming in a spin Memories of light and laughter.
  3. Music of the Spheres is an album by English musician Mike Oldfield, released in the United Kingdom on 17 March The album, Oldfield's second album with Mercury Records and his first classical work, is based on the concept of a celestial Musica modikustugoredianadar.infoinfo: Classical.
  4. Hearing Music of the Spheres has reassured me that it’s not my soul fading, but that music that moves as deeply as this is a very rare thing! However you may categorise it, Music of the Spheres will almost certainly last the test of time, but more than that, deserves instant recognition now for what is a truly exceptional masterpiece.
  5. On My Heart (Reprise) Lyrics. On my heart The nights are drawing in Above, the stars are spiralling And Heaven, Earth are roaming in a spin Memories of light and laughter Hope and peace from far here after Oh in heaven, wings of angels from a dream On my heart The nights are drawing in Above, the stars are spiralling And Heaven, Earth are roaming in a spin.
  6. AllMusic Review by Jonathan Widran [+] Jenkins, who once played oboe on a live BBC recording of "Tubular Bells" in , gets a co-production credit, and with good reason. Oldfield scored his music via a computer program called Logic, while Jenkins used Sibelius to create the musical notation.8/

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