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Comments about the soundtrack for Taken (Laura Karpman)

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Re: Please explain yourself further + there are not only emotional music on CD
• Posted by: Lars K   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, August 27, 2006, at 9:58 p.m.
• IP Address: cpe-65-29-10-234.mn.res.rr.com
• In Response to: Re: Please explain yourself further + there ar... (Sheridan)

I don't think he's going to respond to you since he wrote that comment three years ago, but you're right and he's wrong.

This is a wonderful album. I'm an ENORMOUS fan of John Williams, but I have to admit that this is one of my favorite soundtracks of all time. It is a bit short, but boy does it pack a punch in those 45 minutes. It can be utterly beautiful, lonely and uplifting all at the same time. It also has some very interesting and excellent action cues (if that's what you tend to like).

I would recommend this album to soundtrack and classical music fans alike. It has a distinct concert music feel to it, and could be readily arranged to become a concert suite. As a classical musician myself and a great fan of soundtracks, I would give this album 7 out of 5 stars.

I wish Laura Karpman would have more of her compositions released on cd.

> I both like a lot albums from John Williams and Taken,yet I can' t notice
> any similarites between Taken and other JW albums.This music is full of
> interesting orchestral solutions,beautiful piano and string
> work,outstanding brass,percussion and woodwinds section.I see that you
> don' t listen to all of it so far,since you think there are only emotional
> and relaxing cues.There are also action and suspenseful cues such as
> Spaceship,Romans and Tom' s Revenge,and cues with complex
> orchestrations,which means that these tracks both contain action and
> relaxing or emotional musical elements:check out cues such as To The
> Rescue and Allie' s Fire.Furthermore,I would like to know what exactly is
> stolen by Karpman from Williams.Please,share your thoughts with me.




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