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Glory: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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  • James Horner, composer
  • boys choir of harlem

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If you need a soundtrack to play when you want to feel inspired to do your best...this could be it right hereJames Horner was as close as we had these days to an old-style "classical" composer, writing powerful music and themes for major movies, like "Braveheart," "Apollo 13," "Titanic," and "Star Trek II." His music perfectly matched the mood and tone of the movies he wrote for.The "Glory" soundtrack does the same, with the voices of the Harlem Boys Chorus. From the opening bars of the Union Army preparing for the Battle of Antietam to the ending elegy over the Augustus Saint-Gaudens sculpture of the 54th marching to its fate, Horner's music is the backdrop and emotional strength behind every scene. We feel the sense of build-up as the troops prepare for battle...the pain and agony of Denzel Washington as he is whipped (thus earning his Oscar)...the despair of the regiment as it is consigned to menial road-building duties...the drive of its young men as they charge across Battery Wagner in their doomed assault...it is a powerful soundtrack, a perfect background for efforts to unify, to lead, to drive, and to achieve.If you need a soundtrack to play when you want to feel inspired to do your best...this could be it.5Great soundtrack!I always loved the music from this movie.5Glory is gloriousWhat can I say James Horner does it again... a fantastic and moving sound track a must have for all James Horner film score collectors every where. ... like most of his scores you can feel the emotion when you close your eyes well worth buying for your collection5This is great "movie music!""Glory" was an above-average film. Broderick was stilted, but less than usual and it was appropriate for his character; the battle sequences were done better than most, and the true story was told excellently through several not-too-terribly-stereotyped [black] characters. BUT HORNER'S SOUNDTRACK! Wow--I think it could be argued that it is better as a score than the movie is as a work of film. the music captures the correct, valiant yet tragic pathos of the music, the epic nature of the struggle in which this all-black Mass. Inf. Reg. was engaged, and the mostly military context in which a lot of the film takes place.5This is one of my favorite movie scoresThis is one of my favorite movie scores. I enjoy the singing from the Boys Choir of Harlem and the orchestra.5Precursor to the more titanic writing.Horner's soundtrack to Glory is moving, inspirational and an incredibly orchestrated piece of work. The beauty of Horner's work, is his ability to find context for the instrumentation he writes for. And here, you also begin to hear signature orchestration leading up to the work he did for the film Titanic. Regardless, the use of the Boys Choir is haunting and melodic. The snares remind us of the time period and in the end, all of this film's glory.5AN AWESOME MOVIE AND DECENT SOUNDTRACK....I LOVED THE MOVIE AND HOPE THAT IT BECOMES A STANDARD FOR PEOPLE INTERESTED IN THE HORRIFIC CHAPTER IN AMERICAN HISTORY. I ONLY WISH THE CD INCLUDED THE PRAYER SONG DONE BY THE SOLDIERS JUST BEFORE THE CLIMATIC BATTLE AT FT WAGNER. IT IS AN INSPIRING CHANT. JUST BEAR IN MIND WHEN HEARING THIS MUSIC IT IS ACTUALLY BASED ON THE HISTORIC FIRST NEGRO REGIMENT FOR THE ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.....4You cannot listen to this CD without getting emotional!I thoroughly love this soundtrack. The music and the singing make me tremble with awe. Excellent composition!5Great soundtrack, but horrible soundPretty good soundtrack for a great movie, but the sound itself is horrible (which is why I gave it 4 stars). It sounds like a very old record or cassette tape that has been overplayed way too much and has been worn down. It just sounds muffled, and not clear like it's played in the movie. It's time for a remastered and expanded album. I'm sure there's an audience for it and it will sell well.4I Should Have Gotten This Years Ago!Very enjoyable! I can't believe that I waited all these years to pick up a copy of this score. I've been a James Horner fan for years (think The Rocketeer, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Titanic, Enemy at the Gates, Avatar), but of late his new works have been growing fewer and farther between.I am well aware of the frequent accusations that Horner's new works sound like his older works, I agree and have personally identified many instances where this has been the case (I understand why it irritates people, but to me, I always have fun identifying which previous works it sounds like--he's done so much fine work that it doesn't bother me when he recycles). Quite a few times I've heard someone say "this part sounds like Glory" or something to that effect; I've never watched the movie, and didn't look into this score until just recently, when I decided to pick up a copy. I am very glad that I did. This is one of Horner's finest soundtracks and became an instant favorite for me.5
Glory: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Glory: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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