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Comments about the soundtrack for March of the Penguins (Alex Wurman)
One of the most beautiful scores of the year.

Jockolantern
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Mark
One of the most beautiful scores of the year.   Monday, November 28, 2005 (10:59 p.m.) 

Hard to believe Alex Wurman comes from an MV background. . . there are very few hints of that anywhere-- at least in this music. This is certainly one of the best contenders for the greatest theme of the 2005 year and as a film score fits its documentary wonderfully. Scores to films like these don't have to be large and epic to get their point across, especially with a film as "personal" and intimate as March of the Penguins, the very ideal and emotional impact Wurman strove to get across and certainly succeded in doing.

A fantastic, beautiful, and altogether touching score.

**** / *****

Sayonara!
Jockolantern



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Jockolantern
Re: One of the most beautiful scores of the year.   Monday, December 5, 2005 (8:45 a.m.) 

Alex isn't a product of MV, he only worked for Hans from time to time and forged his own career separate of that place. Seems the reviewer saw one connection to Hans and jumped to the conclusion that he was another Powell or Gregson-Williams.

> Hard to believe Alex Wurman comes from an MV background. . . there are
> very few hints of that anywhere-- at least in this music. This is
> certainly one of the best contenders for the greatest theme of the 2005
> year and as a film score fits its documentary wonderfully. Scores to films
> like these don't have to be large and epic to get their point across,
> especially with a film as "personal" and intimate as March of
> the Penguins, the very ideal and emotional impact Wurman strove to get
> across and certainly succeded in doing.

> A fantastic, beautiful, and altogether touching score.

> **** / *****

> Sayonara!
:) Jockolantern


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