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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: CheValiers de Sangreal - The Best
• Posted by: HaresDe
• Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2006, at 10:06 p.m.
• IP Address: proxy.ibw.com.ni
• In Response to: CheValiers de Sangreal - The Best (DanTo)

> I have to say that CheValiers de Sangreal (Track 13) is definitely the
> stand-out piece of this soundtrack, and I may even go as far as to say it
> is one of the finest cues of Han's career.

> I feel that some of this score is rather 'forgettable' and perhaps a
> little uneventful. I was playing it last night while working, and after
> the first two tracks, I wasn't really paying attention. But when Track 13
> began, I literally stopped what I was doing and just sat mesmorized and
> moved. That one track captures so much history, so much emotion, so much
> power and integrity.

> Hans, another fine job.

I agree that this is one of Zimmer's best tracks. It is so insightful and it fills one with hope. As it played on the screen when the location of Mary Magdalene is revealed, I nearly cried of joy. It is such a powerful track; I was touched and moved when I heard it.
I listen to it while studying, driving, or whenever I'm at home relaxing.




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