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Incanus

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  1. Well Varese is sure taking its sweet time to send these out. I ordered on Tuesday and order status is still unfulfilled.
  2. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Medal of Honor: European Assault by Christopher Lennertz Lair by John Debney Sommersby by Danny Elfman
  3. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Indeed loving one score automatically excludes possibility of liking the other here at JWFan.
  4. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Exhausting but deeply satisfying.
  5. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Complete Recordings by Howard Shore: Awesome, terrific, wonderful!
  6. While the Bob Peak's Before Winter painting for the Varese OST cover was great I like that they went with the original film poster version for this expanded release. And as many have said The Cowboys Overture concert piece is among Williams' very finest. So excited to hear the complete score assembled and mixed by Mike Matessino!
  7. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Well the rather poor, sad and dreary childhood of Frank McCourt finally comes to an end when he in the end books a passage to America so it is entirely appropriate, the first glimmer of true hope in his life. It is supposed to have that emotional lift which Johnny delivers in spades. My personal favourite John Williams score.
  8. Well this was a nice surprise indeed! And you can't really go wrong with Matessino handling such a release. I am really looking forward to listening to this one!
  9. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Lost: The Final Season (The Last Episodes) by Michael Giacchino: My absolutely favourite Lost (and Giacchino) music is in this season and in fact on these discs for the last few episodes.
  10. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    God of War by Bear McCreary: This one was a very nice surprise and still continues to impress in the dramatic scoring department and thematic writing and development while the action is often a bit too heavy handed modern rhythmic beating for my tastes. I reiterate that the choral and soloist work is quite excellent, sung in Old Norse by both the Icelandic Schola Cantorum and City of Prague Philharmonic Choir with the Faroe Islander soloist Eivør Pálsdóttir. Journey by Austin Wintory: There is something almost meditative about this score which is a perfect blend of atmosphere and melody. Wintory's sinuous main theme, most often voiced by cello, carries the whole effort and goes through endless permutations and culminates in the wonderfully fluid and suitably named Apotheosis. The end credits song I Was Born for This is intoned by the great vocal talent Lisbeth Scott and it is based on the main theme but actually remains one of my favourite songs of its kind.
  11. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Stanley & Iris by John Williams
  12. Incanus

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Obviously John Powell and Michael Giacchino can't do no wrong either. Alas Giacchino's mediocrity in the recent years has been a source of minor frustration to me. Perhaps Incredibles 2 will turn the tide.
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