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Comments about the soundtrack for Hart's War (Rachel Portman)

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Another take (that's far more negative)
• Posted by: Hasta   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 10, 2002, at 5:03 p.m.
• IP Address: evrtwa1-ar5-247-073.evrtwa1.dsl.gtei.net

One thing is for certain: it's nearly impossible for Portman to completely lose the charm of her compositions when she's given a full orchestral ensemble. There is an intangible optimism that prevails in all of her orchestral works, perhaps due to her choice of chord progression. In Hart's War, there is never a despairing moment. Even when brazen action and killing is taking place on screen, there is a kind sensitivity that continues in each cue.

I can't seem to see where you're coming from there, but to each his own.

http://www.soundtrackcinema.com/hartswar.html (**)



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