Posted by: byro Date: Saturday, November 15, 2003, at 2:09 p.m. IP Address: m388-mp1.cvx1-a.cdf.dial.ntli.net
In Response to:
Re: Tears of the Sun(leland landry)
> Simply put, this soundtrack is masterful.
> I too read more than a subjective bias in the review, one of personal
> context, and certainly one of the ego; wishing and hoping for the
> customary set of tracks to "placate" the movie. However, imho,
> this soundtrack is without doubt as magnificent as the movie, but it too
> being misuderstood and devalued because of it's depth. A depth of more
> than moving colors, characters, and score. The intangible in this movie is
> it's true value. This score and movie is threaded with the element
> suspended witin us all, soul.
> Quite frankly, the music score has power beyond the normal background
> filler and scene characterizer. There is something beyond the seen in this
> music, and if you doubt it, listen to the soundtrack all the way thru
> apart from the movie, while resting the mind of it's normal chatter. What
> is captured by Hans in this compilation is nothing short of genius. He
> truly is a master at Cause and Effect. For his work at calling to your
> inner purpose, getting behind your mind, is not accidental nor simple,
> rather you "hear" it or not. But if i may say, you can feel it.
> And that is the power of Mr. Zimmer's work. He goes beyond the ear.
> Harmonizing deep within our core.
I like the poetic prose, but you could perhaps include some examples?