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Comments about the soundtrack for The Horse Whisperer (Thomas Newman)

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A score which is full of interesting orchestral motifs and solutions
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, September 8, 2006, at 7:39 a.m.
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There are relaxing tracks with excellent piano work and outstanding string work to reflect to the beauty of nature and landscape.Colourful cues performed by wild guitar rythms and strings to illustrate the energy of the horses.There are sad and elegiac tracks which reflect to mental and physical pains of a horse that are the results of its mistakes.There are some mysterious cues with excellent woodwind work which illustrate those phenomenons that are unknown to a horse(for example,the badlands is unknown to a horse who always live in an area that is rich in grass).There are some darker moments to reflect to the bad experiences of the horses.There are some epic tracks which illustrate those scenes which illustrate the joyful moments of the horses who encounter with the beauty of the countless wonders of nature.There are so many musical styles and types that it is certain that this score will not appeal to all film music fans.I only recommend this soundtrack to those people who like scores with lots of interesting orchestral motifs and solutions,and do not care if a lot of musical styles and types are contained by a soundtrack.

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