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Comments about the soundtrack for Prince Valiant (David Bergeaud)

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A score which is full of interesting orchestral motifs and solutions
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 31, 2006, at 8:27 a.m.
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There are six types of tracks contained by it:action tracks to illustrate the fight of the knights,and the fight of good against evil,soft and gentle cues to reflect to the glory of Camelot,suspenseful and scary tracks to illustrate the intrigues/plots of the evil sorceress called Morgaine La Fey,elegiac and sad tracks to reflect to the love of Prince Valiant and a woman from King Arthur' s court,which can' t be because of the laws of the society,ethnic tracks to illustrate the place where the movie is set,and bombastic and powerful tracks to
reflect to the determination and bravery of Prince Valiant.There are some mysterious,otherwordly and playful music hinted among the lines of certain tracks.
An ethereal choir accompanies the choir,too,to express different emotions with great success.I think this score is worth hearing due to its unique soundscape which is full of unusual orchestral solutions and motifs.

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