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Comments about the soundtrack for The Affair of the Necklace (David Newman)
Trailer music too

Birger
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soundtrekkie
Trailer music too   Thursday, February 7, 2002 (5:29 a.m.) 

The song on the first trailer was extremely good. It featured at female vocal, sounding a bit like alanis morisette, and a male opera like singer. Does anybody know the name of the song and who is singing?

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Birger
Re: Trailer music too   Saturday, February 23, 2002 (6:04 p.m.) 

It is indeed Alanis and Andrea Bocelli, I believe. The piece is from Jonathan Elias's The Prayer Circle and, while not on this album, is widely available. If you listen closely, there are some elements of Morrisette's voice in Newman's score. Ah, if only this CD and its film were released like Alanis albums!

> The song on the first trailer was extremely good. It featured at female
> vocal, sounding a bit like alanis morisette, and a male opera like singer.
> Does anybody know the name of the song and who is singing?



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