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Comments about the soundtrack for The Prince of Egypt (Hans Zimmer)
Excellent music

Sheridan
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Excellent music   Monday, January 1, 2007 (12:00 p.m.) 

This music is excellent due to the creative combination of instruments - this includes the combination of many types of ethnic instruments with symphonic instruments. These instruments are sometimes further accompanied by a choir which are either ethereal or powerful, menacing, omenous, suspenseful, full of vivid energy and positivism. I have once read a review about this soundtrack, which
is the best to describe this soundtrack : ,,Animated brilliance like it' s been touched by God itself.''


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