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A Time for Us (Silence, on joue!)


Download links and information about A Time for Us (Silence, on joue!) by La Pieta, Angele Dubeau. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:15:23 minutes.

Artist: La Pieta, Angele Dubeau
Release date: 2012
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:15:23
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No. Title Length
1. A Time for Us (From "Romeo and Juliette") 4:58
2. The Chairman's Waltz (From "Memoirs of a Geisha") 2:37
3. Two Socks – The Wolf Theme and The John Dunbar Theme (From "Dances With Wolves") 3:07
4. Love Theme (From "Cinema Paradiso") 3:14
5. Concerning Hobbits (From "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings") 2:33
6. My Heart Will Go On (From "Titanic") 4:29
7. Convento di Sant'Anna (From "The English Patient") 4:46
8. Suite (From "Far and Away") 5:39
9. Theme (From "Casualties of War") 3:43
10. Soy Marco (From "Talk to Her") 1:59
11. Por una Cabeza (From "Parfum de femme") 3:52
12. Hana-Bi (From "Hana-Bi") 3:43
13. Marian and Robin (From "The Adventures of Robin Hood") 4:09
14. Over the Rainbow (From "The Wizard of Oz") 4:41
15. Smile (From "Modern Times") 3:34
16. Princess Mononoke (From "Princess Mononoke") 4:22
17. A Fairy Tale (From "L'odyssée d'Alice Tremblay") 2:09
18. Cavatina (From "The Deer Hunter") 3:46
19. Schindler's List (From "Schindler's List") 3:56
20. The Mission (From "The Mission") 4:06



Silence, on joue! is a gathering of familiar themes from the movies, some of which — like John Williams' Schindler's List and Memoirs of a Geisha — originally featured the violin, but most of which have been arranged for Angèle Dubeau and her ensemble La Pietà. What is appealing about this album is that even though the music is often bittersweet or tender, there is little bathos in the way the musicians play it. Their sound is lush, warm, and expressive without being too overpowering, allowing the music to generally speak for itself and the listener to construct his/her own images to go with it. The arrangements are also done interestingly enough so that not everything is a simple melody with orchestral accompaniment. There is also a pleasant sprinkling of whimsical humor (Concerning Hobbits) and dance (Suite Far and Away and Por una Cabeza - La Cumparsita). Some might still argue that this is a saccharine collection, but the album would suit many casual movie fans looking for background ambience with some recognizable melodies.