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Comments about the soundtrack for Doctor Who (John Debney)

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Full of interesting orchestral solutions and motifs
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, December 8, 2006, at 12:39 a.m.
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This soundtrack is highly enjoyable because it is full of interesting orchestral
solutions and motifs. There are six types of music contained by it :
relaxing,soft and gentle, yet powerful music, action tracks which has either got a heroic feeling and full of soaring energy at the same time, or either menacing,omenous,suspensful and full of soaring energy at the same time. There are
also well-performed gothic music to bring new depths to the music : gothic music is excellent in illustrating emotions. There are some tracks which are menacing, omenous and suspenseful, and these reflect to tension, uneasiness and danger. There are also cues which contain more types of music among those which has already mentioned above. All in all, an excellent album if you willing to hear excellent, unusual, interesting and well- performed orchestral solutions and motifs.

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