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Album: Cinema Serenade

Artist: Itzhak Perlman, John Williams & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical Crossover
  • Release Date: 1997
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 1997 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Cinema Serenade By Artist Itzhak Perlman, John Williams & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Title Artist Time
1
The Color Purple: Main Title John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 4:29 USD 1.29
2
Scent of a Woman: Tango (Por u John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:51 USD 1.29
3
Yentl: Papa, Can You Hear Me? John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 4:58 USD 1.29
4
Il Postino: Theme John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:44 USD 1.29
5
The Age of Innocence: Theme John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 4:10 USD 1.29
6
Theme from Far and Away John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 5:34 USD 1.29
7
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg: I John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:42 USD 1.29
8
Four Horsemen of the Apocalyps Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, John Williams & Itzhak Perlman 3:39 USD 1.29
9
Sabrina: Theme John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 4:57 USD 1.29
10
Out of Africa: Main Title John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:18 USD 1.29
11
Black Orpheus: Manha de Carnav John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 4:13 USD 1.29
12
Theme from Schindler's List John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:33 USD 1.29
13
Cinema Paradiso: Love Theme John Williams, Itzhak Perlman & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 3:18 USD 1.29

Reviews For Cinema Serenade By Artist Itzhak Perlman, John Williams & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

  • Even Better Live!

    5
    By RWB, MD
    I heard the master play several of these pieces with the NY Philharmonic last night. Both spectacular and achingly beautiful. He closed the first half with the tango from "Scent of a Woman" and brought the audience to their feet. I was delighted to find this album to buy for my violin playing 10 year-old daughter, who attended her first classical music concert with me last night. Beautiful music beautifully played.
  • Amazing

    5
    By Francisco Sosa
    Close your eyes, enjoy and if you cry, don't worry, it's normal. Congrats to John and Itzhak. Amazing couple.
  • Fantastic

    5
    By DmuNsicA
    If you've heard of the Stradivari violins, but haven't actually heard one, now is your chance... The main reason I even looked for this album is to hear the Soil (pronounced "swah") Strativarius violin, which Itzhak so choicely decided to play.
  • Music that touches the heart

    5
    By LTCBL
    While not generally a huge fan of classical music, I have been madly in love with this album for years.
  • Il Postino Fabulouso

    4
    By rabitus
    Close your eyes and enjoy the amazing music...Had to pull off the road and write the song info down so I could download it. So, so beautiful
  • What a performer!

    5
    By phat community
    Achingly beautiful
  • Amazing

    5
    By MSP1997
    Itzhak Perlman is amazing. Of course these songs aren't exactly like those we've heard in our favorite films, but they're not meant to be -- Perlman plays them with more heart and more soul. Absolutely fantastic.

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