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Comments about the soundtrack for Cold Mountain (Gabriel Yared)

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Re: What about the music during the Union attack??
• Posted by: Singer
• Date: Friday, January 16, 2004, at 4:41 p.m.
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• In Response to: What about the music during the Union attack?? (LBPenumbra)

> For those of you who have seen the movie and contrary to the opinion of
> much of the other music used during this movie, the music during the
> initial Union attack on St. Petersburg at the beginning of the movie is
> stunning and powerful. It is emotional choir writing culminating with
> orchestral backgroud. Any idea if this music has been released anywhere?
> It was certainly the highlight of the score in my opinion, but lo and
> behold it appears to have not been released on the album! Phooey.........

It certainly *does* appear on the album; it's "Idumea," as done by the Sacred Harp Singers at Liberty Church. It certainly *is* stunning [full disclusure; I'm a Sacred Harp singer myself, know many of the singers, and have sung at that church], and the album actually helps one appreciate it the more--because you can hear the words!

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