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Comments about the soundtrack for Seven Years in Tibet (John Williams)
An excellent score

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An excellent score   Friday, August 18, 2006 (1:50 p.m.) 

It is because the excellent chello play by Yo-Yo Ma which leave you breathless with its orchestral beauty,and the outstanding string play.It is haunting,menacing,suspenseful,dark and sad music to reflect the period when Tibet was conquered by the Chinese and to illustrate the the proportions of the mountain,the dangers and the sublimity of mountain climbing,and to reflect how Heinrich Harrer,the famous mountain climber felt in a world which is full of unknown customs,traditions and philosophied to him.


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