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Subject: Re: The Soundtrack

Jamie O'Neill
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Date Posted: Sun, Jul 06 2008, 22:02:47 GMT
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Re: The Soundtrack" on Wed, Jun 25 2008, 12:45:37 GMT

Hey Tom, that's a cd I'd like to listen to. Jamie.

>One day I'll jot down all the ideas in my head and
>make an "At Swim, Two Boys" suite for orchestra. :D
>At the moment, I just have my temp track CD to
>accompany the many readings of the book. (Every good
>director will tell you that a good temp score is the
>first step towards a finished product, lol.)
>The cd contains portions of:
>- Carter Burwell's score for "Rob Roy" (with Miriam
>Stockley's and Karen Matheson's beautiful vocals)
>- Two pieces for violin, piano and cello by Secret
>Garden from the album "Once in a Red Moon"
>- Antonio Pinto's strange and haunting score for "Lord
>of War"
>- the choral pieces from Plunkett and Macleane by
>Craig Armstrong (a classic in film score history)
>- Some Japanese score including Yoko Kanno
>(Brainpowerd, Hajime Mizoguchi (Jin-Roh; a marvelous
>and gripping string piece) and some more Japanese
>composers no one ever heard of :D
>- Patrick Doyle's music from "Pars Vite et Reviens
>- Loreena McKennitt's "Dante's Prayers"
>- Music from "The Good Shepherd" by Bruce Fowler
>- A subtle love theme by James Newton Howard (French
>- The last 5 minutes of Horner's Titanic Suite (bizar,
>I know, call it guilty pleasure)
>- Nigel Kennedy's Violin Rendition of the traditional
>piece "Danny Boy".
>Running over 150 minutes, it's my all time favourite
>compilation; including Irish airs and Romantic tunes
>and hints of drama.

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Tom ((finished his thesis/vacation at last))
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Date Posted: Sun, Jul 27 2008, 14:40:19 GMT

I'll send it when I find some spare time (in August)... (akward, vacation and no spare time *sigh*... oh well)

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