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Indiana Jones [Soundtrack]

John Williams Audio CD
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1. Indy's Very First Adventure
2. X Marks The Spot
3. Scherzo For Motorcycle & Orchestra
4. Ah, Rats!!!
5. Escape From Venice
6. No Ticket
7. The Keeper Of The Grail
8. Keeping Up With The Joneses
9. Brother Of The Cruciform Sword
10. Belly Of The Steel Beast
11. The Canyon Of The Crescent Moon
12. The Penitent Man Will Pass
13. End Credits (Raiders March)

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Indiana Jones ~ Indiana Jones And The Last Crus

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5.0 out of 5 stars Not the last crusade for John Williams Jan. 4 2003
Format:Audio CD
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a solid action score that is worthy of a 5 star rating. John Williams excels once again in this next adventure of Indiana Jones. The Raiders March is largely underused in this score, instead giving room for some new themes. "Indy's Very First Adventure" starts out suspensefully and then explodes into some powerful action music. One of the new themes is found in "X Marks the Spot" and "Ah, Rats!!!" which is a beautiful string and brass motif. Another theme occurs in almost all of the action cues which is a theme for the Nazis played mainly on brass, especially on trumpet. "Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra" is an exciting action cue with bouncy woodwinds and bold brass fanfares. "Escape From Venice" is another solid action cue with lots of brass and snare drums with some Italian instruments thrown in to represent the setting. Most of the remainder of the music is of the action type with all of the themes, including the Raiders March getting a full rendition in the final track "End Credits". This is an overall great action score that I think you will really enjoy, especially if you liked Raiders of the Lost Ark. Just don't expect to hear much of the Raiders March until the final track.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Williams Crusade Dec 21 2002
Format:Audio CD
Composer John Williams returns to the film series' musical roots for The Last Crusade. Like Raiders, the music for the third installment is an energetic, action oriented score. Whereas, Temple Of Doom, is a much darker, but stll excellent score. As Indy and his dad travel throughout the 3rd movie, the score does as well. It once again acts as a companion to the film Williams begins the score with a great track called "Indy's Very First Adventure", and then from there, the music never lets up, except for a few rare moments of calm. Williams and director Steven Spielberg decided not to rely as much on the familiar Raiders Theme for this score. Instead, Williams is allowed to stretch a bit, and in doing so, created some wonderful "new" themes, while staying true to the sprit of what came before it, The Raiders March is played very judiciously, and when it does pop up, it's appreciated, all the more. As usual though, the march makes a rousing return, for the end credits of the film. Other standouts on the CD are "Ah Rats", "Escape From Venice", "Keeping Up With The Joneses" and "Belly Of The Steel Beast" All of these selections make for some of the composers best work of the series. This CD may not be as complete as I and others would like,-I also would welcome a reissue of the expanded score, as I unfortunately missed out on that one when it was out (Rats Indeed!)-but this version is still among my personal favorite Williams' CDs in my collection. The recommended CD has 13 tracks with a running time of 59 minutes
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Williams Soundtrack Dec 10 2002
Format:Audio CD
If you're a John Williams fan, you can pick out, either on movie trailers, radio stations or shuffled CDs, which songs are written by him. He has a very distinct style. If you are big John Williams fan, not only do you perk up when you hear his music, but you can name what movie it's from. And, if you're an obsessed John Williams fan, you can not only name the movie, but the exact part in the movie, what the character is doing, and the key that the music is in. I'm not to that point yet. But when it comes to "The Last Crusade Sountrack", you could say that I am an obsessed John Williams fan. This one, I think, is undoubtedly his best.
One of the greatest things about Mr. Williams is that he has strong melodies that are quite memorable. (Just think of how often you hear "Jaws" in parodies and otherwise). "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" has distinct melodies on nearly every track. That's why I think this soundtrack is the best he's ever composed.
The best track, by far, is track 3--"Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra". Goofy name. You don't actually hear a motorcycle in the music, just pizzicato strings, pic and other instruments to form quite a song. (This is the part in the movie where he's being chased on motorcycle.) It's driving and intense ...and very cool. I think it's probably the most underrated Williams song in all of history. Any my favorite.
There are two other tracks that are bright as well. "Escape from Venice", track 5, is an adventurously played mandolin/full symphony orchestra piece. It's very intense, but also has a few whimsical parts with a mandolin that keep it light.
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5.0 out of 5 stars As good as Raiders Oct. 15 2002
By scottie
Format:Audio CD
That's right! It's difficult to me to say which soundtrack is better, this captures the essence of the mov, spite not having all music. Perhaps this one could even be better than raiders having great music like scenes from the beginning or the castle.
"Indy's Very first Adventure" has a mysterious beginning, but then changes to an exciting, adventure tone as the young Indy escapes with the cross of Coronado(which has a little theme too)
"X Marks The Spot" begins with a wonderful little cue for the trip to Italy by plane. Then the tone rises from mysterious notes to a bang as Indy say the title of the track.
"Sherzo For Motorcycle and Orchestra" is the scene when the Joneses escape from the Castle, being an exciting track, which introduce that cool Nazi cue (actually in the mov it appeared before!)
"Ah, Rats!!!" has a fine variation of the Grail's theme (so archeologic part!) and a big explosion in the end.
"Escape From Venice" is a nice action music, that adds a kind of greek guitars for Kazim.
"No Ticket" is one of the most adored cues, covering the part of Indy taking care of Colonel Vogel.
"The Keeper Of the Grail" has a little theme for the knight and the notes get darker as Donovan makes his choice.
"Keeping Up With The Joneses" is a mix of variations of the father/son relationship appearing some parts in the mov.
"Brother of The Cruciform Sword" has a full rendition of the nazis theme.
"Belly Of The Steel Beast" is probaby the most adored, and I agree since it's powerful music for an action scene with a lot of marches for the fight with nazis. A true gem!
"The Canyon Of the Crescent Moon" contains some arabic touches and "The Penitent Man Will Pass" has the grail's theme at his maximum with choirs.
The soundtrack comes to an end with "End Credits".
"Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade" has an excellent score for the last(not exactly) mov of the saga. I'm waiting ansiously for John Williams return for Indy 4.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the Indiana Jones scores! A Classic
Of the three Indiana Jones scores, the Last Crusade is the best. Williams combines his experiences from the last 2 movies into this grand adventure score. Read more
Published on Sept. 17 2002 by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the series!
To me, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was very different than the other two, it gives a more upbeat feel and a more youthful tone. Read more
Published on Aug. 25 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars William's best Indy music
John William's 9th collaboration with Steven Spielberg is one of the maestro's most varied and lively scores, reminiscant of the old western scores from John Wayne films. Read more
Published on June 7 2002 by Kristy M. Ross
5.0 out of 5 stars Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
This is a great soundtrack and I love it, but I think the two previous scores are better (especially "Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom, which contains the excellent Slave... Read more
Published on March 15 2002 by DennisH
5.0 out of 5 stars Hey! You call him Dr. Jones. Get it?
This is an absolutely cool disk. I don't know why people would hate Indiana Jones. This Music is cool. Read more
Published on Nov. 14 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Williams, Lucas, and Spielberg. Good Combination.
Thrid Movie in the Indiana Jones films where John Williams continued his long working relationship with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Read more
Published on Nov. 13 2001 by D.W. Smith
4.0 out of 5 stars Classsic Williams
This score comes in the middle of a period which saw some of Williams' finest scores come to fruition, starting in 1981 with the first Indiana Jones soundtrack, peaking in 1991-2... Read more
Published on Oct. 23 2001 by "lovely_chris"
5.0 out of 5 stars Second Greatest Indy Score
John Williams has written a fantastic score to a brilliant film. Tracks like "Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra" and "Indy's First Adventure" are fast and... Read more
Published on Aug. 16 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars The Finest of the Indy Scores
Picture this. You've just spent the past hour indulging yourself in the wonderful John Williams music on this CD. Read more
Published on June 29 2001 by George Sirois
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