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Comments about the soundtrack for Apollo 13 (James Horner)
A music which is extremely wonderful

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A music which is extremely wonderful   Monday, July 3, 2006 (7:02 a.m.) 

It is because the music captures the wonder felt by the world and humanity as the brave astronauts flying into space to land on the Moon,the shock of humanity when they were known that Apollo 13 will going to crash,the drama of the astronauts who desperately wanted to save their life,but they are destined to die.The things which I previously mentioned is effectively illustrated by a men and women choir,strings,brasses,drums,percussion and electronic sounds.The electronic sounds,most notably,the wild electronic guitar illustrates the bravery of the astronauts who were ready to sacrifice everything for humanity.The unity of the strings,choir and brasses illustrates especially effecitely the dramatic parts of the story.This score leaves a lasting impression,and there is a certain message of it:the astronauts sacrifice were not in vain,and humans can and will always start everything again to made their lives better.

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