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Navras' ending is incredible

Dogan Bilge
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Navras' ending is incredible   Saturday, November 15, 2003 (8:22 a.m.) 

I like the introduction of that track, afterwards it gets mixed in eastern sounds, don't get me wrong I am from eastern but still it doesn't stand together with the rest of the soundtrack, but still entertaining music, great listen while walking or driving : ) But the closing of Navras is amazing, the final choral part is wonderfully mixed with electronica and it creates such an effect I didn't hear before in any soundtrack with choir. It's a shame it lasts only 30 seconds : )


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Dogan Bilge
Re: Navras' ending is incredible   Saturday, December 6, 2003 (6:00 p.m.) 

> I like the introduction of that track, afterwards it gets mixed in eastern
> sounds, don't get me wrong I am from eastern but still it doesn't stand
> together with the rest of the soundtrack, but still entertaining music,
> great listen while walking or driving : ) But the closing of Navras is
> amazing, the final choral part is wonderfully mixed with electronica and
> it creates such an effect I didn't hear before in any soundtrack with
> choir. It's a shame it lasts only 30 seconds : )

I have to COMPLETELY agree with that!
The last 30 seconds of Navras are simply amazing!!

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Dogan Bilge
Re: Navras' ending is incredible   Monday, December 15, 2003 (1:26 a.m.) 

> I like the introduction of that track, afterwards it gets mixed in eastern
> sounds, don't get me wrong I am from eastern but still it doesn't stand
> together with the rest of the soundtrack, but still entertaining music,
> great listen while walking or driving : ) But the closing of Navras is
> amazing, the final choral part is wonderfully mixed with electronica and
> it creates such an effect I didn't hear before in any soundtrack with
> choir. It's a shame it lasts only 30 seconds : )

You have more such chorus crescendos (or endings) in the score as well. Kidfried's exciting finish has this slower: ta - ta - ta faster: -ta-ta-ta-ta chant or whatever it is, and if I'm not wrong the similar choral chords (sorry I have no musical background ) has second part of Neodammerung and probably Why Mr. Anderson track. But of course, I agree - it's incredible!


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