Natasha, Pierre, And The Great Comet Of 1812 lyrics
Soundtrack for Movie, 2012
January, 22nd 2017
Natasha, Pierre, And The Great Comet Of 1812 album description:This musical is made based on the world-famous novel by Lev Tolstoy's "War and Peace" and is a musical adaptation of one of the parts of the book, when Russia was attacked by France in 1812, and all the action takes place with the background of upcoming war. Musical appreciated by critics and the public obviously loved it too. Universally recognized classics in musical productions always attracted the attention of people. At least with its great isolation from the real world. After all, the classic creations were written long ago, and life has changed since then enough strongly. As many as two great empires fell apart since then, on the territory of which now houses one northern state and a lot of smaller countries.
A collection has 27 songs with duration of 2 hours without 1 minute. There is only one song from the collection is on YouTube, so you have to buy it, e.g. from iTunes, to get the smooth mood of listening.
So, what we have in this collection: the vast majority are songs of the same genre – romance. Meanwhile, you also will find such genres as: R’n’B + dance (The Duel), pop (In My House), soul (Letters) and rock (Find Anatole). All the compositions are performed by different actors who are involved in the act, but all the music was written by Dave Malloy.
What is noteworthy – is the use of folk motifs, which are sung in the manner of the time, creating a wonderful atmosphere. Variety of some songs is striking – they are subject to change 5-7 times during their lengths. For example, the second at the duration melody makes it so, showing an example of a musical chameleon. There are also short songs in the collection, as only 1 minute and there are those that reach almost 10 minutes. Collection itself was recorded in 2013 and is widely available for purchase online at the moment. Reference: More about "Natasha, Pierre & THE GREAT COMET of 1812" on Wikipedia, Official Website