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Superheroes | Hollywood Musical Scores [John Morris Russell, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra ] [Fanfare Cincinnati: FC-002] Soundtrack

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Digital Booklet: Superheroes!
Digital Booklet: Superheroes!
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Extraits des BO des films The Avengers, The Dark Knight, Iron Man 2, The Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk... / Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - John Morris Russell, direction

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5.0 out of 5 stars Holy Superhero Themes, Batman! 24 Sept. 2013
By K. M. Howard - Published on
Format: Audio CD
We had the pleasure of seeing the Cincinnati Pops perform the music on this album live, a few days before they recorded the CD. We waited impatiently for the CD release here in Cincinnati and since then it's often in the CD player of our car as we drive to school and work. The CD was not a disappointment! For me, the music brought back memories of television shows when I was a child and then themes that my son and I are enjoying together now, spanning decades of superhero movies and shows. Especially fun is the arrangement of Black Sabbath's Iron Man -- not often does one see headbanging in Music Hall. The quiet performance of The Lonely Man theme from the 70s television series The Incredible Hulk brought back memories of Bruce Banner (played by Bill Bixby) walking alone into another week's adventure as the Hulk, another highlight for me from this CD. Definitely not a piece one comes across often, which is a shame and terrific that it can be heard here. Special note should be made of the Pops very own superhero, Conduktor, represented on the disc with "The Launch: Conduktor's Theme," and a fun backstory is explained in the album's booklet.

Diehard superhero fans will also delight in the album cover art that includes Cincinnati's Union Terminal, which was the inspiration for the Hall of Justice in the 1973 cartoon series Super Friends. Adam West's narration during To the Rescue! (A TV Superhero Theme Medley) was also a walk down memory lane. This CD should appeal to old and young alike.

Grab your own copy and "to the Batmobile!"
5.0 out of 5 stars Cincinnati Pops Orchestra: Superheroes! 30 Nov. 2014
By David - Published on
Format: Audio CD
this is a awesome cd it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. the best songs on this cd are


1. Main Theme From Spider-Man
2. Captain's March From Captain America: The First Avenger
3. The Dark Knight Suite
4. To The Rescue! A TV Superhero Theme Medley
6. Superman March From Superman
9. Star Spangled Man From Captain America: The First Avenger
10. The Launch(Conduktor's Theme)
13. The Avengers From The Avengers
15. Iron Man(Black Sabbath)

if you have not listened to this cd then I recommend you do
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! 7 Dec. 2013
By Aaron Revak - Published on
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My son and I purchased this from the Musical Hall store after seeing The Final Frontier. I find myself wanting to listen to it daily, even after owning it for a few months. You will not be disappointed.
4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect background music for any superhero themed event 29 Sept. 2015
By Francisco Torres - Published on
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Perfect background music for any superhero themed event. Probably better for adult events, since this is mostly orchestra. Little kids might not get the connection to superheros.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Selections are musically and melodically weak 13 Mar. 2014
By Robert Knapp - Published on
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In the past, the Cincinnati Pops has done some wonderful sci-fi and fantasy discs. Unfortunately, this one is not in the same league--by a long shot. It's more because of the material than the performance. With the exception of John Williams' 'Superman' march, most of the pieces are from fairly recent films. And when those are played alongside that one selection from a prior generation, not to mention from a superb composer, they come off as generic and lacking in personality. Their melodies are weak and there is no real direction to most of them. As a result, a lot of this disc sounds like it was generated by a mediocre computer program--or at least by the same mediocre composer.

If this is a genre that appeals to you, look at the older compilations by the Cincinnati Pops. But I recommend giving this one a pass.
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