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This Is a Beautiful Score!

Craig Richard Lysy
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This Is a Beautiful Score!   Thursday, March 13, 2008 (7:56 a.m.) 
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Christian I strongly disagree. The first track "Hymn" is solemn, very moving and tinged with the pathos of regret and loss. It is one of the stand-out cues of the CD. The opening track "Al Bathra/Main Title" which employs the sound of helicopter rotors spinning in the distance which gradually blend in with the music is creative, innovative and persuasive. The track "The Elegy" builds and ascends to a stirring emotional crescendo while the track "Courage Under Fire" provides the lyrical and mvoing music we have come to love from Horner. The CD concludes with one of Horner's reknown lengthly tracks "A Final Resting Place" that slowly builds to a dramatic and final restatement of the heartfelt hymn. The music works well in the film, and continues to be a great relisten for contemplative moments. I love this score.


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Craig Richard Lysy
Re: This Is a Beautiful Score!   Thursday, March 13, 2008 (11:09 a.m.) 

> Christian I strongly disagree. The first track "Hymn" is solemn,
> very moving and tinged with the pathos of regret and loss. It is one of
> the stand-out cues of the CD. The opening track "Al Bathra/Main
> Title" which employs the sound of helicopter rotors spinning in the
> distance which gradually blend in with the music is creative, innovative
> and persuasive. The track "The Elegy" builds and ascends to a
> stirring emotional crescendo while the track "Courage Under
> Fire" provides the lyrical and mvoing music we have come to love from
> Horner. The CD concludes with one of Horner's reknown lengthly tracks
> "A Final Resting Place" that slowly builds to a dramatic and
> final restatement of the heartfelt hymn. The music works well in the film,
> and continues to be a great relisten for contemplative moments. I love
> this score.

I second this comment, I really like this score too for the reasons mentioned above.



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David Lounsberry
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Craig Richard Lysy
Re: This Is a Beautiful Score!   Monday, March 23, 2009 (7:42 p.m.) 

> Christian I strongly disagree. The first track "Hymn" is solemn,
> very moving and tinged with the pathos of regret and loss. It is one of
> the stand-out cues of the CD. The opening track "Al Bathra/Main
> Title" which employs the sound of helicopter rotors spinning in the
> distance which gradually blend in with the music is creative, innovative
> and persuasive. The track "The Elegy" builds and ascends to a
> stirring emotional crescendo while the track "Courage Under
> Fire" provides the lyrical and mvoing music we have come to love from
> Horner. The CD concludes with one of Horner's reknown lengthly tracks
> "A Final Resting Place" that slowly builds to a dramatic and
> final restatement of the heartfelt hymn. The music works well in the film,
> and continues to be a great relisten for contemplative moments. I love
> this score.

I agree as well.



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