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Comments about the soundtrack for Van Helsing (Alan Silvestri)
Guitars Inclusions Are Fantastic

Dawn
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Eric
Guitars Inclusions Are Fantastic   Monday, May 10, 2004 (8:45 a.m.) 

Thoses guitars that underline several parts of the score was what gave character to some great parts of the score. I wish people would use more of this instrumental style in other films as well, it was really great. I haven't bought the soundtrack but I have seen the movie, and this soft guitar playing was what I enjoyed most about the uniqueness of this score. The themes are excellent and the finale part was the best. Fantastic!

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Eric
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Dawn
Re: Guitars Inclusions Are Fantastic   Friday, July 29, 2005 (5:03 p.m.) 

> Thoses guitars that underline several parts of the score was what gave
> character to some great parts of the score. I wish people would use more
> of this instrumental style in other films as well, it was really great. I
> haven't bought the soundtrack but I have seen the movie, and this soft
> guitar playing was what I enjoyed most about the uniqueness of this score.
> The themes are excellent and the finale part was the best. Fantastic!

I thought the same. It sounded very similar to some of the music in Diablo II, when you're in a town or something. The guitars gave the score a warm feeling where it was needed.

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