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Comments about the soundtrack for World Trade Center (Craig Armstrong)

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Good,but could have been better
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 18, 2006, at 11:09 a.m.
• IP Address: 53d82d4e.adsl.enternet.hu

Craig Armstrong writes decent music to commemorate the terrible day of September 11 when the planes of the terrorists crashed into the World Trade Center,and despite parts of it (especially the tracks with the soloists) are undeniably beautiful,it still lacks a little more elementary orchestral and choral beauty and the elements of tragic,despair,hopelesness and shock felt by those two people who are trapped under the ruins of the World Trade Center.I can' t help but wonder what score might have written by James Horner,John Williams or Ennio Morricone.This score is a good one,but problem is, that some events that will always be remembered by people should get better music than this one.To finish with something positive - the piano,string and choir work are good.






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