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Comments about the soundtrack for Henry V (Patrick Doyle)

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Excellent symphonic music
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 24, 2006, at 7:40 a.m.
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The virtouse use of strings accompanied by brasses and woodwinds are outstanding when it comes to illustrate the battle scenes and the determination and aura of Henry V which has a great effect on his men,and his power to act.Some of the music are emotional to illustrate either the losses,anger,determination,bravery or heroism.There are also suspenseful,haunting and ominous tracks which have the feeling of uneasiness and these are full of tension.The ethereal,extremely beautiful choir in the track Non Nobis,Domine is full of elementary beauty and are very powerful,and worth the price of the album alone.There are some surprisingly soft and gentle themes as well.Highly recommended for those people who like symphonic music.

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