Jordan Rudess ‎– A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens

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1 Overture 1:05
2 Church Bell 0:11
3 Melancholy 1:08
4 Eerie Music 3:29
5 Urgent Music 1:51
6 Lamentation And Regret 1:19
7 Bell Deep Hollow 0:11
8 Hit 0:09
9 Spirit Music 1:03
10 Traveling Music 0:48
11 Merry Music 1:46
12 Fade To Melancholy 1:13
13 Melancholy 2:12
14 Old England 0:54
15 Dance Music 1:21
16 Fiddle 3:43
17 Love Song 1:51
18 Tortured Struggle 1:07
19 Overture To Second Act 1:05
20 Jolly Ghost 1:12
21 Swoosh 0:26
22 Tiny Tim Song 2:03
23 Ghost Moving 1:09
24 Tea Song 0:47
25 Scary Sound 0:26
26 Phantom 1:03
27 City 0:46
28 Poverty 0:45
29 Vertigo 1:18
30 Sopranos 1:05
31 Walk To Grave 1:19
32 Thunder And Lightning 0:54
33 Rebirth 1:49
34 Christmas Carol 1:40
35 Curtain Call 1:42
36 Thunder 0:17

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Performed at Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center Nyack, NY, USA
December 4, 1999 - January 2 2000

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  • Mastering SID Code: 94744-1

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MrDreamTheater2

MrDreamTheater2

May 16, 2017

This is actually one of my favorite things Rudess has done, with the caveat that, because this was the soundtrack for a play, the "songs" are few and far between, and a lot of the tracks are just sound effects. The keyboard patches used here are reminiscent of a lot of 90s video games - "Eerie Music" sounds like it could be from Riven, for example. The reason I don't care for a lot of Rudess' playing in recent years is that it seems to be split between synthetic, mechanical sounding patches, or just a straight-up, vanilla piano tone. This one strikes a good balance where you have organic sounds *other than just piano* like violins, horns, and bells.