Mike Oldfield Tubular bells part 1 - 1973 original virgin
Tubular Bells Part 1&2
High quality remastered live studio performance of Tubular Bells Part 1 for BBC TV '2nd House', filmed on 30 November 1973, originally broadcast on BBC2 on 1 December, with a cast including. Tony Blackburn looks at the weekly pop chart from 8th July 1976 and introduces Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, Candi Staton, Billy Ocean, Elton John & Kiki Dee, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band,.
Album: Tubulars Bells 1973 - Nato: May 15, 1953, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom Currently: Bimini, Bahamas Membro di: The Sallyangie, Barefoot Artisti correlati: Kevin Ayers, David Bedford, Phil Beer & Mike Oldfield, Pierre Moerlen, Sally Oldfield, Terry Oldfield, The Orb, Barry Palmer, Simon Phillips, Pekka Pohjola, Maggie Reilly Note: Brother of Sally Oldfield and Terry Oldfield, former husband of Anita Hegerland Alias: Michael Gordon Oldfield [birth name] Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for" fair use "for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Use of non-profit, educational or personal tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Mike Oldfield "Tubular Bells Part 1" Live at BBC TV 2nd House Filmed: 30 November 1973 Tubular Bells is the debut album by English musician Mike Oldfield, released on Virgin Records on 25 May 1973. It comprises two mostly instrumental compositions of over twenty minutes each. Oldfield recorded it when he was 19 and played the majority of the instruments. Tubular Bells consists of "Tubular Bells Part One" and "Tubular Bells Part Two". Although sales were initially slow, Tubular Bells gained global attention when it was used on the soundtrack to the horror film The Exorcist (1973). In 1974, it reached number one in the UK, Australia and Canada, and number three on the US Billboard 200. It was the third-bestselling album of the 1970s in the UK. It is estimated to have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide, including more than 2.6 million in the UK. Tubular Bells was the first release on the Virgin Records label, and its success played an important part in the growth of the Virgin Group. Oldfield and many of the musicians performed Part One in the year for the BBC arts programme 2nd House, but this time as a pre-recorded performance in a studio setting without an audience. The performance was recorded on 30 November 1973 and transmitted on 5 January 1974 on BBC2. The arrangement included a new part for oboe, played by Soft Machine's Karl Jenkins, and the musicians were accompanied by images of tubular steel sculptures and sequences from the film Reflections, both created by artist William Pye. Musicians for 2nd House performance: Jon Field – flute Fred Frith – bass, guitar John Greaves – keyboards Steve Hillage – guitar Tim Hodgkinson – keyboards Karl Jenkins – oboe Geoff Leigh – flute Pierre Moerlen (credited as "Pierre de Strasbourg" in the Radio Times programme listing) – percussion Tom Newman – voice (nasal choir) and mixing Mike Oldfield – bass, guitar Terry Oldfield – flute Mike Ratledge – keyboards Ted Speight – guitar, bass Mick Taylor – guitar Choir (unknown) #MikeOldfield #TubularBells #TubularBellsPart1 #MikeOldfieldTubularBells #MikeOldfieldTubularBellsPart1 #MikeOldfieldTubularBellsLive #MikeOldfieldTubularBellsPart1Live -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "PINK FLOYD - The Great Gig in the Sky (1973) [HD/HQ] " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvAHtsXPS4Y -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
So there, here's part one of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells (the "2009 stereo mixes by Mike Oldfield") with a score so you can read along with the music. I am planning another video that will allow you to play along. I am also going to to play the piece (that's why I did the transcription in the first place). That's going to be fun, I'm sure.
From Tubular Bells (2009 remaster)
gяα¢ιαѕ ρσя мιяαя Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells ✔ Versión editada del clásico de Mike Oldfield, esta versión es para su programación en radio y televisión, es un fragmento de toda la obra del disco llamado (Tubular Bells) estos primeros minutos es la introducción la obra que se completa otras partes en más de 30 minutos de duración. Datos del tema original famoso tema de la película de 'El Exorcista' que ha hecho que a muchas personas les recorra un escalofrío cada vez que lo escuchan es el primer gran éxito de su compositor, el músico británico Mike Oldfield. Para el filme se utilizaron cuatro minutos de la primera parte del disco 'Tubular Bells', el cual ha vendido más de 16 millones de copias desde su salida a la venta en mayo de 1973. The Exorcist Dirección William Friedkin Producción William Peter Blatty Guion William Peter Blatty Música Steve Boeddeker Jack Nitzsche Mike Oldfield Krzysztof Penderecki Sonido Gonzalo Gavira Fotografía Owen Roizman Protagonistas Ellen Burstyn Jason Miller Max Von Sydow Linda Blair Lee J. Cobb Kitty Winn Barton Heyman Jack MacGowran
Buy my book, The Mike Oldfield Chronology: http://tinyurl.com/klyfvuc Also available on Amazon Performed by Mike Oldfield (with accompanying musicians) Written by Mike Oldfield Recorded live in Birmingham, UK, May 6th, 1979, during the Tour Of Europe. From the Canadian cassette and 2 LP album "Airborn" Comments are welcomed :-)