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Fumio Hayasaka & Masaru Satō - Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks album FLAC

  • Performer: Fumio Hayasaka
  • Title: Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks
  • Genre: Soundtracks
  • Formats: AA VOC TTA AU DTS MP3 XM
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: Soundtrack
  • MP3 album: 1789 mb
  • FLAC album: 1954 mb
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Fumio Hayasaka & Masaru Satō - Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks album FLAC

Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Fumio Hayasaka (Artist), Masaru Sato (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Akira Kurosawa's films dominated Japanese cinema for nearly half a century and his influence has been so widespread and profound that the world's best filmmakers seem to unanimously sing his praise. He first gained the attention of the international filmmaking community in 1951 when his masterpiece, Rashomon, won top prize at the Venice Film Festival.

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Akira Kurosawa's films dominated Japanese cinema for nearly half a century and his influence has been so widespread and profound that the world's best filmmakers seem to unanimously sing his praise. However, when Hayasaka died suddenly in 1955, Sat.  was left on his own to finish the unfinished film score. Kurosawa was so impressed with the results that he asked Sat.  to score his next two films, Throne of Blood and The Hidden Fortress. Includes soundtracks to: Rashomon (1950), the dramatic Ikiru aka 'To Live' (1952), the epic Seven Samurai (1954), Record of A Living Being aka 'I Live in Fear' (1955), 1957's much celebrated adaptation of Macbeth, Throne of Blood, and 1958's The Hidden Fortress. Deluxe 4-fold gatefold 4LP set.

Acting as Haysaka’s junior colleague, Masaru Sato stepped up to the plate when Hayasaka died in 1955, creating the scores for both Throne Of Blood (1957; Shakespeare’s Macbeth reconfigured) and The Hidden Fortress (1958; a reported influence on George Lucas’ Star Wars, in which a princess and a general sneak treasure out of the country, supported by two bumbling peasants). Each of these film’s soundtracks are included in this magnificent box set spanning four LPs, the inner sleeves of which are adorned with replicas of the original film posters and designed as a page in a spine-fixed book

Akira Kurosawa's films dominated Japanese cinema for nearly half a century and his influence has been so widespread and profound that the world's best filmmakers seem to unanimously sing his praise. Another promising young composer, Masaru Satō, soon joined the ranks at Toho Studios, working under Hayasaka. However, when Hayasaka died suddenly in 1955, Satō was left on his own to finish the unfinished film score.

Soundtrack Factory presents Akira Kurosawa�s epic historical adventure drama 'Seven Samurai' (1954) has consistently ranked highly in critics� lists of the greatest films, such as the BFI�s Sight & Sound and the Rotten Tomatoes polls. It has remained highly infl uential, widely regarded as one of the most remade, reworked, referenced fi lms in cinema. All music composed & conducted by FUMIO HAYASAKA Orchestrations by Fumio Hayasaka & Masaru Sato. Recorded in Tokyo, Japan, 1954. BONUS TRACKS: I LIVE IN FEAR All music composed & conducted by FUMIO HAYASAKA & MASARU SATO. Recorded in Tokyo, Japan, 1955.

Complete Soundtracks Of Akira Kurosawa (1992). Composer(s): Tadashi Hattori Fumio Hayasaka Akira Ifukube Masaru Satô Toru Takemitsu Shinichirô Ikebe Seiichi Suzuki Isaak Shvartz. Drunken Angel (04:07) Fumio Hayasaka. 8. The Quiet Duel (05:08) Akira Ifikube. 9. Stray Dog (01:19) Fumio Hayasaka. 10. Scandal (01:25) Fumio Hayasaka. 11. Rashomon (12:57) Fumio Hayasaka. 12. The Idiot (01:35) Fumio Hayasaka. 13. Ikiru (07:29) Fumio Hayasaka.

Tracklist

"Rashomon"
A Rashomon
"Ikuru"
B1 "Ikiru" Title Track 2:04
B2 Petition Tub Is Turned 2:40
B3 Sign Of The Waiting Room 0:58
B4 Diagnosis 1:23
B5 Recollection 3:07
B6 Gondola Cafe Song 2:42
B7 Strip Show 1:10
B8 Watanabe And I 1:28
B9 Paths Toward Home 0:32
B10 Mitsuo Irriatation 0:15
B11 Citizen Manager Seat Of An Empty Seat 1:03
B12 Happy Birthday 0:32
B13 Gondola Park Song 1:32
B14 "Ikiru" Ending 1:07
"Seven Samurai"
C1 "Seven Samurai" Title Track 3:17
C2 To The Little Watermill 1:00
C3 Kanbei & Katushiro - Kikuchiyo's Mambo 3:43
C4 Rikichi's Tears - White Rice 2:09
C5 Two Search For Samurai 1:30
C6 Extraordinary Man 1:13
C7 Morning Departure 1:02
C8 Seven Men Completed 1:24
C9 Katsushiro & Shino 2:43
C10 Katsushiro Come Back 0:11
C11 In The Forest Of The Water God 1:34
C12 Wheat Field 0:27
C13 Interlude 5:18
C14 Harvesting 2:05
D1 Farm Village Scenery 2:35
D2 Weak Insects Into Samurai's Way 1:50
D3 Flag 0:20
D4 Magnificent Samurai 2:29
D5 Kikuchiyo Rises To The Occasion 0:49
D6 Tryst 1:02
D7 Manzo & Shino 1:02
D8 Rice Planting Song 1:22
D9 "Seven Samurai" Ending 0:43
"Record Of A Living Being"
D10 "Record Of A Living Being" Title Talk 1:48
D11 Guitar Into The Night 1:08
D12 Suromanho 1:43
D13 Surorunha 3:14
D14 Manbomerankoria 1:18
D15 Star Music 2:16
D16 Ahirumanho 3:18
D17 "I Live In Fear" End Title 0:29
"The Throne Of Blood"
E1 "The Throne Of Blood" Titles 3:54
E2 War Drum 3:59
E3 Light 0:12
E4 Rush 0:39
E5 Old Woman Of The Straw Hat (Unused) 5:14
E6 It Strangely Disappears 0:14
E7 Ancient Battlefield 1:29
E8 Wandering In Fog 3:07
E9 Fireside 0:26
E10 Disturbing Coincidence 0:46
E11 Northern Castle 0:32
E12 Hunting Contest 0:44
F1 Provocation - Seperation 1:37
F2 Prisoner Of Delusion 0:50
F3 Promotion 0:11
F4 Horrid Feeling 0:42
F5 Crazed Dance 0:28
F6 Confused Position 2:02
F7 Line Of Great Lords At The Funeral 3:44
F8 Entry Of The War Castle 0:31
F9 Conception (Original Version) 0:15
F10 To It's Strange Cause 0:31
F11 Phantom Warrior 2:37
F12 The Great Army Comes 1:03
F13 Great Army 1 (Tympani) 3:09
F14 A Sign 0:26
F15 Spiderhand Forest Moves 2 1:06
F16 "The Throne Of Blood" Ending 1:36
"The Hidden Fortress"
G1 "The Hidden Fortress" Titles 1:36
G2 Fallen Warrior's Death 1:16
G3 Burnt Ruins Of Autumn Castle 1:04
G4 Flight 1:24
G5 Money! 2:51
G6 Mysterious Mountain Man 1 1:22
G7 Good Idea To Go Cross Country 1:55
G8 Road To Hidden Fortress 4:27
G9 Useless Work 1:49
G10 Escaping Woman 1:47
G11 Rokurota, To The Cave 1:22
G12 Riding In The Indicating Direction 1:54
G13 Setting Off 0:51
G14 Gestured Excuse 1:18
G15 Reliable Ally 1:12
H1 Reliable Ally 2 1:08
H2 Over The Black Smoke 1:26
H3 Adept On Horseback 0:57
H4 Spear Match 4:31
H5 Line Of Firefighters 2:54
H6 Firefighters 3:11
H7 Highland Haunting 3:12
H8 Going Downhill 2:00
H9 Firefighter's Song 1:28
H10 Execution Draws Near 1:05
H11 Treasonous Pardon - Pass Crossing 2:37
H12 Two Bad Men In Prison 1:16
H13 "The Hidden Fortress" Ending 0:28

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 87048E
  • Printed By – Doxy Music

Credits

  • Composed By – Fumio Hayasaka (tracks: A to D17), Masaru Satō* (tracks: E1 to H13)

Notes

Limited to 1000 copies.

Pressed on 180g virgin vinyl, housed in quadruple gatefold sleeve.

Manufactured in Europe

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, A side): 87048E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, B side): 87048E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, C side): 87048E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, D side): 87048E4/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, E side): 87048E7/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, F side): 87048E8/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, G side): 87048E5/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Lightly stamped, H side): 87048E6/A
  • Barcode: none




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