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Comments about the soundtrack for From Hell (Trevor Jones)

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Dark And Beautiful Score From Jones
• Posted by: Jouko Yli-Kiikka   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 26, 2005, at 11:02 a.m.
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When I first time saw From Hell in theatre, I paid a lot of attention to its music. The gothic sound from The Academy Of St. Martins In The Field and London Voices created a very special mood for the film, and I was completely blown away by the love theme - fully heard in cue "Portrait Of A Prince". So I started immediately to search for the soundtrack and after I got it, it has been one of my treasures! There are magnificent highlights in almost every cue, so it's very difficult to name an absolute favourite, but the finale - "Pennies For The Ferryman" - must be one of the most emotional cues ever written. I like Jones style to compose long cues that develope and change in mood, and this album is no exception! The music for Jack The Ripper is both dark and desperately beautiful. Simply put this is one fine example why I love film music so much and continue to collect albums of many maestros including Jerry Goldsmith, Trevor Jones and other great film composers!! My rating: *****

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