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Twenty-four year old Chinese pianist Yuja Wang is widely recognized for playing that combines the spontaneity and fearless imagination of youth with the discipline and precision of a mature artist. Regularly lauded for her controlled, prodigious technique, Yuja’s command of the piano has been described as “astounding” and “superhuman,” and she has been praised for ... Read more in Amazon's Yuja Wang Store

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  • Composer: Benjamin Wallfisch
  • Audio CD (24 Jun. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Decca (UMO)
  • ASIN: B00D2PB356
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 104,200 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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One of the most virtuoso pianist on the current DG roster, Yuja Wang, performs piano solos and piano with orchestra on the soundtrack album for the film 'Summer in February'

The score was composed by Benjamin Wallfisch. He has worked with Italian composer Dario Marianelli for years, especially on the Oscar & Golden Globe winning score to Atonement, as well as the award winning scores to Pride & Prejudice, Jane Eyre, The Soloist , and the latest film Anna Karenina.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DAVE REYNOLDS on 2 July 2013
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Reading about Dan Stevens leaving Downton Abbey in my Sight & Sound film magazine I was intrigued to learn that before departing for Hollywood he was to star in the Summer In February movie which was shot in Cornwall. I wondered if a soundtrack album had been released prior to the movie opening in cinemas around the UK, and sure enough it had been. It arrived from Amazon 10 days ago and has been on my Hi-Fi ever since as the music is beautifully haunting. I hope to see the actual film this week, but now I can expect wide-open scenes of the Cornish coastline with the theme music making me feel part of the character's world, however I've tried to avoid reading to much about the story line to keep the viewing of it fresh. Great album indeed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 123 welcome on 27 July 2013
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Absolutely loved the film. A true Story, beautifully written by Jonathan Smith, who I had the pleasure of meeting. The cast were splendid - first class actors, the scenery was just sensational, and a true British film of which we should be proud. We need more films of this stature. I give it my full backing and have already seen the film three times!!
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By graeme on 28 Jun. 2014
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Very enjoyable - good movie too
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Summer in February Film Review.
"Ruined with brawling and caterwauling
Enchant no more as they did before,
And so it ends with friends." (William Ernest Henley.)
This is an Edwardian period drama directed by Christopher Menaul based on the period leading up to the first world war. It has been adapted for the screen by Jonathan Smith from his 1995 eponymous novel. Based on a true story set in Cornwall so you might recognise Penzance, Lamorna, Prussia Cove, Holywell and Porthcurno. The scenery is rugged and there are plenty of beach scenes and views of the rolling waves on a moonlit evening adding atmosphere as well as natural beauty.
The storyline focuses on a group of Bohemian artists known as the Lamorna Group because of the location of their colony. AJ dominates the group as the enfant terrible without quite achieving its notoriety. He is better known as Alfred Munnings played by Dominic Cooper ( Mamma Mia and My Week with Marilyn.) The others see him as a genius, a great painter and are filled with admiration. He relishes in dominating the group and during rowdy drink sessions he recites atmospheric verse to captivate his audience who are truly smitten. AJ is described as a bibulous boor although in reality he seems more of an arrogant lout than quintessentially Bohemian. Undeniably he is self-centred and prone to violent outbursts especially when he can't get his own way. He becomes brutish with Florence when she is unwilling to consummate their relationship, prepared to rape her, leaving her inconsolable and destroying this illusion of love.
His friendship with Captain Gilbert Evans (Dan Stevens from Downtown Abbey) seems rather contrived. They are more like polar opposites. For a soldier Gilbert seems very gentle and courteous. Perhaps he's a new breed?
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