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The Movie Album  Classical Pictures; John Bayless
Joaquin Rodrigo, Nino Rota, John Williams
The Movie Album Classical Pictures; John Bayless
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks, Classical
 
  •  Track Listings (9) - Disc #1

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Gorgeous arrangements. Very dramatic and melodic.
Richmond Show Fan | Richmond, VA | 11/16/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Don't be scared off by the "clown-like" picture on the cover. This album, by a true piano virtuoso/arranger, blends familiar movie and light classical melodies together into unique arrangements. Every time it's been on while I have guests, someone always asks "What's that beautiful music?""
The One CD in My Collection I Never Tire of Listening To
Marc Sherman | Warminster, PA United States | 03/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"John Bayless had a vision for this album---to combine the most beautiful classical pieces along with the most romantic and engaging movie themes of all time. The arrangements and the way in which he weaves the varous pieces together, sometimes playing both themes simultaneously, are incredible. They lift you up and carry you away. The various instrumental additions (such as the guitar in track 2, drums in track 6, strings in track 5, the sound of the wind in track 4) add just the right touch---lightly sprinkled in when needed. As a professional pianist myself, I also appreciate his considerable technique and the emotion with which he infuses his music. Anyone who likes classical music and movies should own this CD. Anyone who has friends who like classical music and movies should purchase this CD for them. They will love you for it. It is my favorite CD. I never tire of listening to it."
Wonderful, sensitive playing....
Richmond Show Fan | 11/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Ah, reader, consider this album. I have been listening to Bayless music for years, from Bach Meets the Beatles to his crazy happy birthday album in a dozen styles (Stravinsky's Rite of Birthday, a favorite), but this one has something special going on. The playing is so beautifully, and sensitively played that one is really swept away by the original movie tune, interwound with a classical piece, so seamless and amazing. One of my all-time favorite albums."