The Beyondness of Things - English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry

The Beyondness of Things

English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry

  • Genre: New Age
  • Release Date: 1998-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1998 Decca Music Group Limited

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
The Beyondness of Things English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:17 GBP 0.99
2
Kissaby Close English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:03 GBP 0.79
3
The Heartlands Tommy Morgan, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 5:08 GBP 0.79
4
Give Me a Smile English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:51 GBP 0.79
5
A Childhood Memory English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 5:16 GBP 0.79
6
Nocturnal New York David White, Tommy Morgan, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:35 GBP 0.79
7
Meadow of Delight and Sadness Tommy Morgan, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 3:55 GBP 0.79
8
Gifts of Nature David White, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:31 GBP 0.79
9
The Fictionist David White, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 3:49 GBP 0.79
10
Dawn Chorus English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 5:00 GBP 0.79
11
The Day the Earth Fell Silent English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 5:07 GBP 0.79
12
Dance With Reality David White, Tommy Morgan, English Chamber Orchestra & John Barry 4:50 GBP 0.79

Reviews

  • The Beyondness of Things

    5
    By Darthpeter
    Simply the best CD I have ever bought!! I've been in love with this disc since it's release over ten years ago - the loss of this mega talent last year left a hole that will not be filled in the composing world. If you've only ever thought of John Barry as Bond themes or Dances with Wolves (brilliant in thier own way) then try this album. The title track, Give Me A Smile and A Childhood Memory are the stand-out tracks but the whole thing is simply brilliant and the enjoyment doesn't diminish with time.
  • Super !

    5
    By blobablok
    Music as only John Barry could do.
  • Outstanding

    5
    By MattG
    Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant! I rest my case.
  • The greatest piece of New orchestral works

    5
    By Jay Kristensen
    This album I bought from Tower Records and I'm amazed that it still works because I have played this CD to death. It is astonishingly beautiful. There's no doubt that the title track 'Beyondness of things' is one of the most memorable tunes that John Barry has written. Performed with grace and perfection by the English Chamber Orchestra this is an album to relax, meditate, listen, sleep, and experience in any place. However I can say that it is also a most excellent piece for composers, artists and writers to be inspired to create. If you haven't heard it yet then waste no time. Buy it .. you won't be sorry you did. Thank you Mr John Barry for Creating this amazing piece of work.
  • Bliss

    5
    By Ambivalent
    I bought a new car a few weeks ago and opted for a input socket suitable for MP3 players to be included in the package. My iPod duly arrived last week and I heard the title track to this album on Classic FM. It is a perfect sound to drive a car to, so I decided to purchase the collection from the Apple Music Store. I drove to work with the album on this morning and found the whole thing to be restful and soothing. I like the early James Bond and Dances with Wolves soundtracks very much and John Barry is sheer class. This is up to his highest standards and I thoroughly recommend it to you.
  • A legend in motion picture music.

    5
    By Musicology
    John Barry has been in the forefront of motion picture scores for many years. His background music to films such as Dancing with Wolves, Out of Africa and the James Bond themes are but a few of his many achievements in this field...I purchased this album just after it's release and it has been played many many times because of it's gentle relaxing sound. If I am at all stressed, this is what I like to put on my player. I have now put it on an iPod, so that I am able to carry it around with me and also listen to it wherever I am. I am so glad that John Barry was given the recognition he deserves in recent years amongst which are Oscars and a recent knighthood. His association with the English Chamber Orchestra is only one of the great orchestras he has managed to be teamed with in his career as a wonderful composer, conductor, pianist and above all a man who never forgot his roots and is a true Yorkshireman and we in Britain should be proud that he has been in the forefront of the music world for many years and hopefully many years to come.

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