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  1. Torrent kingdom of heaven ost
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  79. Kerak Castle 2:36 10. Comme le fichier archive est fractionné en 7, le dernier CD doit se trouver dans les parties 6 et 7. To War 2:46 03.
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  81. Balin's Ambush 1:22 33. All the rights are reserved to the audio company.
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  83. Kingdom of Heaven - They're Here Alternate I 0:50 07.
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  85. Should fans expect a rehash of? Gregson-Williams has created a diverse musical sound for himself in the past few years, composing scores for a wide array of genres ranging from to ; his approach to was as different from Zimmer's as he could get. This score will not be as immediately embraced as was because it focuses less on the action, but the music's subtleties make this score an astounding repeat listening experience. Zimmer's was bold and militaristic; Gregson-Williams, instead, took a more personal, introspective approach and developed the film's sound with fewer themes and more instrumental consistencies. Rounding off the ensemble are the usual suspects for his scores: Hugh Marsh on electric violin, Martin Tillman on electric cello, and vocalist Lisbeth Scott. Some purists might see the use of electric strings as inappropriate for film set in medieval times, but the sound creates a harsh feel to the music that contrasts well with the angelic beauty of the choirs. In short, Gregson-Williams has created somewhat of an opera for. This is the first film of this epic scale and dramatic style that he has scored and the result demonstrates his skill as a composer; the music transcends the film and works as a cohesive album that develops both thematically and musically throughout. Gregson-Williams presents the main theme with the choir in the first few tracks. This theme is elusive because it passes between the chorus and vocalists and the orchestra and is used in various ways. The theme is built further with the orchestra in the latter parts of the album. For the Christian parts to the music, the choir, appropriately, sings in Latin. The second half of the album continues the use of brass and raises the level of percussion as the action begins. The final two tracks on the album are what could elevate the score's potential for the Oscars. This cue is a culmination of the choral hymn ideas that permeate the rest of the score. The last track is a reprise of the Ibelin theme performed beautifully by Natacha Atlas in Arabic. The mix of multiple vocal and choral elements mixed with layered strings and heavy percussive elements in this case non-electronic all supported lightly by the full orchestra. Like , the themes are not bold and brassy as with a score. Rather, the thematic material is always present in a subtle way that holds the music together, but rarely tells the listener blatantly that it is there. The score works as much as a classical piece as it does a film score. Gregson-Williams should be recognized for making the music different from past historical film scores while maintaining a realism to it by incorporating numerous ethnic and religious sounds.
  86. Saracen Flight Alternate 0:37 27. I cant say who and I cant say where, but some people who have collected enough of the music might have placed together a special complete edition that could have included trailer music. The second half of the album continues the use of brass and raises the level of percussion as the action begins. Wall Breached 3:02 21. Swordplay Alternate I 1:45 14. Sin Breached 3:02 21. CD3 presents the alternate cues. Fireballs Alternate 1:45 12. Templar Fight 1:12 30. Also: let us feast on the trolls. End Title Part I 21.
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