Reijseger, Ernst

  • Titel: Chronicle : Ernst Reijseger & Werner Herzog film scores / Ernst Reijseger
  • Person(en): Reijseger, Ernst [Komposition]
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Originalsprache: Englisch
  • Umfang: 1 CD (43:04 Min.) + 1 Booklet (12 ungezählte Seiten)
  • Erschienen: Bad Schwalbach : First Floor Entertainment GmbH ; Spring Music / Caldera Records, 2021
  • EAN, ISMN/Preis: 4260352760427 : EUR 17.99
  • Bestellnummer: C6042
  • Anmerkungen: All music composed by Ernst Reijseger. Traditionals arranged by Ernst Reijseger Enthält: Shadow (from Cave of Forgotten Dreams). Gretchen am Spinnrade (Voice From Another World) (from Rescue Dawn). A Una Rosa, Voche e Notte Antica (from The White Diamond and Salt & Fire). Still Life/Leaving Your Earthly Possessions (from My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done). Brontosaurus(fromNomad In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin). Ombra (from Nomad In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin). Too Soon (from Salt & Fire). Rainy Season (from My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done). Tungunska (fromFireball). Muen Bwebwe (fromFamily Romance, LLC). Ave Maria (fromFireball). Heaven On Earth (from My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done). Landscape of the Soul (from Salt & Fire). Bonus:Interview with Werner Herzog
  • Signatur: MUSIK und TANZ > Soundtracks
  • muc D 2 Soundtrack Komp. REIJ

Inhalt: Since his first international success Aguirre premiered in 1972, German director Werner Herzog has made a name for himself as a maverick, a rogue director who accepts any and every challenge to put dreams on screens obsessions of primarily men who decide to go against society and nature. There is, for example, Brian Fitzgerald who wants to build an opera house in the middle of the jungle. There is also Timothy Treadwell, the Grizzly Man, who shuns a society that has not recognized his greatness. Instead, he decides to live among bears. There is also Graham Dorrington who builds a special airship. He says he wants to explore the rain forest but in truth, he wants to exorcise his personal demons. The list of extraordinary people who have been put on film by Herzog is endless both in fiction and documentary though that distinction is a slippery slope here. For 15 years, Werner Herzog has worked with cellist and composer Ernst Reijseger. It was he who penned the music for films as colorful as The White Diamond, My Son My Son What Have Ye Done, Cave of Forgotten Dreams and, most recently, Fireball. Ernst Reijseger is an internationally celebrated cellist. His music knows no boundaries and is therefore hard to categorize. Reijseger rejects labels such as world music despite the fact that he has worked for over a decade with Senegalese singer and poet Mola Sylla and Dutch pianist Harmen Fraanje, with Indonesian and Sardinian ensembles, accompanying their traditional folk music with skillful improvisations on his instrument that at times sounds like a didgeridoo, percussion, but rarely like a cello, so inventive his playing is. Is it world music? Is it jazz? Is it avant-garde? Does it matter? It's unlike anything you have ever heard. Reijseger's and Herzog's collaborations are as idiosyncratic as Ernst's albums are. Often, Reijseger records his music prior to editing, prior to shooting even, to give his director recordings to use during principal photography. That way, his music influences the visuals, sometimes