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Comments about the soundtrack for Legends of the Fall (James Horner)
Excellent music

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Excellent music   Wednesday, August 30, 2006 (1:06 p.m.) 

This album contains a wide variety of music.The music is full of bombastic brasses and heart-breakingly sad strings in dramatic tracks to illustrate the losses of individual men,and the strings get more and more sad as do the brasses get more and more heartfelt with each passing seconds at those tracks.The music is sad and elegiac,yet hopeful in certain tracks (mostly in those which concerning the peaceful life of Ludlows in America).There are tracks written for the love of certain characters,but these are never get too syrupy romantic.These kind of tracks are soft and gentle.There are tracks which reflect to the beauty of nature and the catharsis of the characters who got touched by the beauty of nature - these tracks are soft and gentle,yet powerful at the same time.To put it in a nutshell,this score is highly recommended.


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