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Comments about the soundtrack for Hannibal (Hans Zimmer)

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the 'burning heart' piece
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• Posted by: steve   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 10:08 a.m.
• IP Address: 195.194.195.11
• In Response to: transcripts (aho)

Hello again,
Just to cast a little more light on the final words in the transcript with regards to the 'burning heart' passage ;

the score is (MY LADY LAY ASLEEP, WRAPPED IN A VALE) HE WOKE HER THEN, AND TREMBLING AND OBEDIENT , SHE ATE THAT BURNING HEART OUT OF HIS HAND. WEEPING, I SAW HIM THEN DEPART FROM ME. DO YOU BELIEVE THAT A MAN COULD BECOME SO OBSESSED WITH A WOMAN FROM A SINGLE ENCOUNTER? COULD HE DAILY FEEL A STAB OF HUNGER FOR HER? FIND NOURISHMENT IN THE VERY SIGHT OF HER? I THINK SO. BUT WOULD SHE SEE THROUGH THE BARS OF HIS PLIGHT, AND ACHE FOR HIM?

A beautiful piece.




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