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GLADIATOR- a score appreciation
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• Posted by: S.Venkatnarayanan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2005, at 1:51 a.m.
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GLADIATOR: This is the best score i have ever heard before.Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard have done excellent job.The way he has handled synthesiser and orchestration are remarkable. Lisa has lended her voice on many occassion in the movie which really haunts us like anything. Especially, the track 'SORROW' which tells us the pain and sufferings of Maximus.The opening progeny and battle tracks are really awesome.

MORE MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE GLADIATOR:This is really unexpected one because after i listened to it i was totally mesmerised by its rythmn and melodious tunes.The opening track 'duduk of the north' is really sweet and melodious.In this album we have chance of listening to the rejected scores and previously unreleased one.'Rome is the Light', this is the track where you haven't find in the movie. It was totally awesome and haunting one.'The gladiator waltz' supposed to be the original synth demo version, where we can observe the majestic and magnificient of the track. Hans zimmer did a neat job after the movie THE LION KING.I really wondered why it haven't won the academy award for the original score category.It should have won the Oscar award.

I hope what have above said are supposed to be acceptable.It is worth to buy these both albums.

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