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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2006, at 8:51 a.m.
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This score is rather wonderful:strings,brasses,percussion and an immensely wonderful choir come together to entertain the listener.There are cues which reflect to the beauty of sea travel,and the bravery of the sailors(The Voyage),while others reflect to the dangers of sea travel(The Storm).The heavy influence of Roman Catholic Church in Spain in the 15th Century is illustrated by a Latin choir(Come O Come Emanuel).There are some menacing cues to illustrate the rebellion of the sailors aboard the ships when they are losing hope (Mutiny On The Bounty,Saint Elmo' s Fire),or to illustrate the dangers of sea travel(Storm).Alvarao' s Fatal Act is an action cue:it accompanies the scene when those Spanish who think that they have the right to use the natives as their saves begin to kill some of them to made the others obidient,but in the end they are stopped by those Spanish who disagrees with their thinking methods.The New World reflects to the natives of America by native flutes and drums and other native instruments.The Discovery - Gloria begins with a short rendition of the main theme,then followed by one of the most beautiful choir I have ever heard(sung in Latin).The beauty of this score lies in that it contains a love theme,action themes,heroic,patriotic,menacing and even church music,sad and joyful cues as well.

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