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Comments about the soundtrack for 1492: Conquest of Paradise (Vangelis)

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its the greatest soundtrack of all time
• Posted by: walaa kamal   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, December 5, 2003, at 3:26 p.m.
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first of all i must declar that i havent seen the film but i realy would like to coz im a grat fan of ridek=ly scott(outstanding director of gladiator-hannibal-thelma and louis)but i have heard the music on album well the first impression made me speechless i cant describe how fascinated i was when i first heared the most great thing about it was simply MAGIC and after that orginallity and then its great genius.... its the first MATURE album of vangelis after 2 decades of toying with elctronics and after it came great works by him (not soundtracks) such as el greco and voices the main point is 1492 is the true bearth of a great composer.the main other reason of why its a great musical piece is the issue it discusses ETERNITY it reviwes the composers view of that great philosiphical matter how does a human beign enter eternity?the depth of the chorus,the complex of the fusin between gutar and vocals and synths,the great flow of semi-solo piano, and the breathtaking ascending of music are the means he used to deliver his idea, at last i must assure that the boldness of this experience comes into its richness of melodies and very cleve and capturing sense production, with or with out a film, its with no doubt one of the greatest musical pieces written in all history of art in all geners.
un doubtley i give it a five, may be a ten or million if its possible!!!

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