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Comments about the soundtrack for Mythodea (Vangelis)

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Re: This reminds me of Fire Water Paper
• Posted by: Kyri   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, August 4, 2002, at 1:35 a.m.
• IP Address: la-3-31.cytanet.com.cy
• In Response to: Re: This reminds me of Fire Water Paper (TimT)

> Well I mentioned Fire Water Paper, because the clips and the review made
> me think it was kinda the same deal.
But now that I've heard the CD, I
> will say that Mythodea is alot more enjoyable than Fire Water Paper!

Not as serious though IMO.

> I admire Fire Water Paper alot, BUT its a bore to listen to...

Hmmm..somehow i disagree. FWP is the kind of work you need to get into it. It's marvelously structured and it's been a while since i had the pleasure of listening to a 32 minute movement without getting bored not a sec.

> Its an incredible work no dought, Goldenthal creates this dark atmosphere
> with the music but its totally unmemorable when its done. Theres not one
> melody in Fire Water Paper.

Melody is not necessary for a piece to become memorable. Besides, check the third movement. There is a pretty memorable hymn waving in and out the whole 19 minute movement.
Goldenthal's oratorio is a great piece of music which needs to be discovered in order to be fully appreciated.

k




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