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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Neodammerung
• Posted by: WindCloud
• Date: Sunday, October 5, 2003, at 8:22 p.m.
• IP Address: cache-rr04.proxy.aol.com
• In Response to: Don Davis published audio-clip from Revolution... (Tomek)

> When I heard of it my heart was beating faster, when I listened to it I
> had chills on my spine. Folks, be ready for even more monumental and
> powerful score in 3rd sequel this november! Davis published 1:46 long
> audio-clip from his score from The Matrix Revolutions on his site in
> section "audio". It's called Neodammerung (means some crazy
> actions with Neo?) and it combines rotating horn motif (of course!) with
> more brass, hypnotic woodwinds that can be heard already in Reloaded which
> always reminds me of Philip Glass, I'm not sure but this syncoped motif
> from "Trinity Dream" and what most important, monumental chorus
> singing in latin, something like "Arthur's Farewell" from First
> Knight or even "Duel of the Fats" (well that was diffrent
> language )!!! I'm not sure what they're singing (because the clip is in
> only 96kbps bit-rate) but something like "Santa Madonna" . Be
> sure to listen, and if You do so, what are Your impressions?

It was pretty cool wasnt it!

The Title 'Neodammerung' is actually means "Twilight of Neo" and is
German. It's an allusion to Richard Wagner's opera Gotterdammerung or the
Twilight of the Gods written in the late 1800s.

And the words sung is from the Hindu Sacred Texts so its sung in Sanskrit.
Interestingly, Duel of the Fates is also sung in Sanskrit!

> Here's a direct link:




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