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Cirque Ingenieux (1997 Stage Production)
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
Created, composed and performed as the backdrop to the Broadway production, Cirque Ingenieux, Kitaro soundtrack is a moving auditory experience in the European Cirque tradition. Set at the turn of the century, ?Cirque Ing... more »
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Created, composed and performed as the backdrop to the Broadway production, Cirque Ingenieux, Kitaro soundtrack is a moving auditory experience in the European Cirque tradition. Set at the turn of the century, ?Cirque Ingenieux? is a story of a girl who falls in love with a single ring circus. Returning to the empty tent later that night, she discovers a magical display of performance artistry told through visual musical effects. Kitaro?s score ranges from lilting waltzes to haunting melodies piercing together evocative and moving elements of this grand scheme.
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What happened to the REAL songs?
dunebee | 04/05/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"If you seen the "Cirque Ingenieux" on television and want the music on it - it's not here. Instead of the French singer, we get this lady humming notes (that she can barely keep); a kind of no-frills version of the stage production. The guitars are completely missing - it is less dramatic. As hard as it was to find, I had to throw it away because it didn't have the mysterious power of the original tv production. (I'll give them a star for being able to completely fool me though! )"
John Keady | 12/03/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Went to see this troupe in Denver CO with my special friend Craig. It was one of the most romantic nights of my life and I will ALWAYS remember it because of this CD! Craig told me, "Andy you have to buy this CD!""
If you've seen the video, don't buy the soundtrack
John Keady | Reston, VA USA | 04/20/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"When the soundtrack was released, it was obviously before the stage production hit the road. Great vocals replaced with hums and aaahs, different versions of pieces you've seen in the video. Colleen Ryan (the Angel) was the reason I wanted this CD and she is barely a part of this soundtrack. Recommended for Kitaro fans but skip it if you want what's on the video."