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 Posted:   Aug 11, 2014 - 3:14 PM   
 By:   Last Child   (Member)

nice old school European score, although the volume levels could stand improvement. I'm reminded of Robert Nicolosi's Giant of Marathon, in the sense that there are 4-5 themes or riffs repeated alot, almost verbatim.
Misterkane, the CD tracks have the composer name as "Rosellini" - missing an 's'.

I really like the bonus demo cues. While the content is similar to the actual cues, the stripped-down simplicity changes the music entirely into something intimate and lounge-like; the last cue could easily be in "Hiroshima Mon Amour."
Makes me wonder if Hiroshima and other New Wave films had "demo" scores because they couldnt afford a full orchestra, rather than from aesthetic choice.

 
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