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Comments about the soundtrack for What Dreams May Come (Michael Kamen)

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Extremely beautiful score
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 25, 2006, at 9:31 a.m.
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Ethereal and extremely wonderful,and above all else,highly emotional.Beautiful classical guitar play ,soft and gentle brasses,relaxing piano work,heavenly strings,and outstandingly beautiful woodwinds bring you to heaven at those tracks that are reflect to those scenes that are depict the main characters as they are in heaven after their death.Those music that accompany those cues that are in connection with the scenes of hell and death are excellent dramatic music with dissonant strings,powerful brasses and short percussion intervenes,and the piano work and the woodwinds make the music even more dramatic.Those music that illustrate those scenes when the characters left without hope,and they despair or/and lose their fate because of their seemingly hopeless situation and because of their losses are performed by darker brass tunes,highly emotional piano,woodwinds and string work.Those performances are full of sadness,despair and hopelessness.The song at the end of the album is uplifting,relaxing,harmonic with heavenly string work,extremely beautiful classical guitar work,soft and gentle brasses and wonderful use of woodwinds and even an ethereal choir interferes at certain points.To put it in a nutshell,an excellent album with everything that are good in a soundtrack : drama,suspense and heavenly and uplifting melodies.

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