Danny elfman alice in wonderland
Alice in Wonderland: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack by Danny Elfman(Piano Solo Songbook). Our folio for Disneys lauded live action/animated hit directed by Tim Burton matches the soundtrack, with piano solo arrangements of a dozen songs from Danny Elfmans score (Alice and Bayards Journey * Alice Decides * Alice Escapes * Alice Reprise #4 * Alice Returns * Alices Theme * Blood of the Jabberwocky * The Dungeon * Little Alice * Only a Dream * Proposal * The White Queen), plus the single Alice by Avril Lavigne. Includes eight eye-popping pages of full-color art from this visually stimulating film.
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Pete Anthony conducted a piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony through the score, which features numerous themes and a magical tone befitting the unique characters that inhabit Wonderland. With the film in the heat of post-production, director Tim Burton shared his time on the scoring stage as well as the dubbing stages overseeing the final touches on the film. Additional arrangements for the score were done by T. Lindgren and Deborah Lurie. Music editor Bill Abbott and assistant music editor Denise Okimoto, as well as Digital Recordist Adam Olmsted, rounded out the scoring team in the booth. Check out this profile of Danny Elfman from "Good Morning America", featuring footage from the scoring session!
It wasn't Lewis Carroll's story that traumatized the red-haired tyke: It was an image of Alice's superlong neck printed in the book. It scared me and actually began what became a lifelong obsession with physical anomalies. I had many nightmares about this girl with an incredibly long neck. Elfman's penchant for perceiving freakishness where others might see whimsy has made him a perfect match for director Tim Burton. After watching a rough cut of Alice in Wonderland , their 13th cinematic collaboration, Elfman realized that the movie's zany sidekicks, demented royalty and surreal action stunts would be easy to score.
Original Review by Jonathan Broxton. Much has been written over the years about the creative partnership between director Tim Burton and composer Danny Elfman. Alice in Wonderland is a prime example of this. The film follows the adventures of young Alice Kingsleigh newcomer Mia Wasikowska a Victorian teenager who, after receiving an unwelcome marriage proposal, runs away; following a mysterious white rabbit, she accidentally falls down a rabbit hole and re-emerges in the magical land she visited as a child, although she has no memories of her adventures there years before. Fans of his work often pine for these glory years of emotional themes, dark crescendos and fantastical whimsy, and although he has revisited the style briefly in a few scores here and there, Elfman has steadfastly moved away from his cooing choirs and twinkly orchestrations in favor of his new, more modernistic style. It is for this reason that Alice in Wonderland will be embraced wholeheartedly by his long-standing admirers, because it hearkens back completely to those wonderful scores of the late s and early s, more so than any other Elfman score in over a decade. Performed by the full orchestra, with initial emphasis on lilting strings, the theme builds in scope and grandeur as it progresses, picking up a powerful brass section and booming percussion hits punctuated by Gothic pipe organ chords.