Track(s): Seven Years in Tibet, Regaining a Son
This soundtrack started my love for the movie score. The cellos by Yo-Yo Ma are both beautiful and sad. Listening to the track, Seven Years, puts you in a dream like state of enchantment. Both Western and Eastern sounds are blended together gorgeously.
Last Samurai by Hans Zimmer Track(s): A Way of Life, Spectres in the Fog, Idyll's Hands
A delicate and emotional soundtrack, that infuses Eastern sounds with Western beats. The middle of track Idyll's Hands is so forceful that it leaves you feeling empowered.
Track(s): The Eternal Vow
The track Eternal Vow is a deeply moving and haunting track of unrequited love. The cellos by Ma are mesmerizing, leaving the listener heart broken and yearning for more.
Lawrence of Arabia by Maurice JarreTracks(s): Overtures, Main Titles,
On to Akaba/the Beach at Night
My praise of this movie is evident in my first blog, so why wouldn't I love the soundtrack as well. Overture immediately starts of with massive drums and moves to cymbals and trumpets, then followed by a hypnotic Arabian melody.
Tracks(s): Theme from Jurassic Park,
Welcome to Jurassic Park, and End Credits
It is a light and entertaining soundtrack of a highly successful movie that was based on a book. What more inspiration do you need for a writer?