Download links and information about Corteo by Cirque Du Soleil. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to New Age, World Music, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 55:36 minutes.
|Artist:||Cirque Du Soleil|
|Genre:||New Age, World Music, Theatre/Soundtrack|
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|3.||Rêve d'un pantin||4:56|
|4.||Les chevaux à bottes||0:56|
|7.||Prendersi per mano||5:06|
|9.||El cielo sabra||5:16|
|12.||Un Tierno y Dulce||0:45|
|13.||Balade au bout d'une echelle||4:04|
Cirque du Soleil's show Corteo sounds from an initial description like a somewhat forbidding production. "Corteo" means cortege in Italian, and the story line of the production concerns a clown's fantasy about his funeral. Of course, when such a plot is invested with the Cirque du Soleil approach, something suitably spectacular results. For the music, the producers opted for a pan-European approach, bringing in five composers — Maria Bonzanigo, Jean-François Coté, Daniele Finzi Pasca, Philippe Leduc, and Michel A. Smith — and setting them loose on the whole of European music old and new. The result is a varied score that ranges from klezmer music to tangos, performed on traditional instruments and more contemporary ones, with singing in Italian, Spanish, and French. It may be a pastiche meant to accompany constantly changing visuals, but it is consistently interesting to listen to on its own terms, and like the weather it keeps changing.