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Comments about the soundtrack for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Patrick Doyle)
The Creation is one of my favorite Doyle compositions

Richard Kleiner
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CrowMagnumMan
The Creation is one of my favorite Doyle compositions   Monday, October 18, 2010 (9:22 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Shostakovich's Piano Conerto No. 2,  

45 plays on iTunes. And we're just getting started.

Other favorites of mine include Non Nobis and The Battle of Agincourt from Henry V and Grand Central from Carlito's Way. But this one... it's so big and dramatic.


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Re: The Creation is one of my favorite Doyle compositions   Monday, October 18, 2010 (9:49 p.m.) 

> 45 plays on iTunes. And we're just getting started.

> Other favorites of mine include Non Nobis and The Battle of Agincourt from
> Henry V and Grand Central from Carlito's Way. But this one... it's so big
> and dramatic.

I'm only at 36, but gosh do I love that song.


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