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Old 03-23-2019, 06:13 AM
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The Natural (original score by Randy Newman)
Pay it Forward (original score Thomas Newman) + a gorgeous song "Calling All Angels" by Jane Silberry
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Been listening to this per your recommendation. Wonderful stuff. Thank you.
Glad you like it!

What a "beautiful" movie soundtrack is naturally subjective, but Han's Zimmer's score for The Thin Red Line is stunning in its simplicity and its orchestration. The tracks "Light" and "Journey to the Line" particularly stand out to me.
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Glad you like it!

What a "beautiful" movie soundtrack is naturally subjective, but Han's Zimmer's score for The Thin Red Line is stunning in its simplicity and its orchestration. The tracks "Light" and "Journey to the Line" particularly stand out to me.
When I say “beautiful,” I mainly mean big, dreamy, lush sounds. I do a lot of studying and writing and enjoy this type of music in the background. Anything too fast or “busy” and I’m thrown off by it.
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