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The Last of the Mohicans: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Beautiful sad music for a beautiful sad filmWhen I watched the film and listened to the music I was struck by how well the music fit the film, and at the same time that the music was obviously so Celtic (confirmed by one of the tracks being performed by Clannad). I have pondered why the Celtic music of the film fits so perfectly with a 1992 film (done in 1930s style, i.e. no sex, bad language, etc.) from a story of early 19th century classic American literature. The reason the music works is that Celtic music is Western music of struggle, much as Russian music is. Having been oppressed by the English for hundreds of years, the Scots and the Irish had music that reflected their difficulties. The minor keys of the music in this film not only heighten the sense of passion between Hawkeye and Cora far more than any nude or sex scene could, but also the sense of doomed romance between them. The main them of the film successfully conveys the sense of epic scope of the story, as the film itself is one of the very best ever made, and certainly the triump of director Michael Mann's career.Ignore Jerry McCulley's amazon.com review of the soundtrack. He obviously didn't understand the film, or the period of time and place that generated the story behind it. His lack of comprehension of the film translates into a lack of appreciation for the soundtrack.5GORGEOUS INSTRUMENTALS!This is THE BEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACK EVER! I liked the movie but loved the soundtrack! I have hummed these tunes since the movie came out (a decade plus) and they are all beautiful. Not something I would typically like, but the INSTRUMENTALS are lovely. It's the only soundtrack I've ever purchased too!5This is my favorite movie of all time. Talk about Epic Saga!And the sound track is epic as well. I used to listen to it on Pandora, but had to put up with songs form umpteen other sound tracks' songs in between just to listen to these.Now I have the whole album on my phone. Heck the main title song is even my ring tone!Love the movie. Love the sound track. If you've listened to the music, but not watched the movie then make a date and watch it. When the music and film comes together you will know what I mean by Epic Saga!5OutstandingI own dozens of soundtracks, and this is one of my absolute favorites. Trevor Jones' compositions (which comprise tracks 1-9) are some of the best music ever composed for film, and Randy Edelman's (tracks 10-15) are very good too, even if they never quite reach the heights that Jones' do. The last track, 16, is a shortened version of the beautiful song "I Will Find You" by Clannad (more on that later.)The reason that there are two composers is that co-writer/director Michael Mann originally tasked Jones (one of my favorite film/TV composers) with composing and performing an electronic score, then realized late in the production process that an orchestral score would work better for a historical epic such as The Last of the Mohicans. Rushed to compose a new score, Jones didn't have time to finish scoring the movie, so Edelman was brought in to compose a handful of pieces. Mann ended up having it both ways, as Jones provided an orchestral score and Edelman a mostly electronic one. This could seem jarring to some, but it really doesn't bother me, as I enjoy both types of music. I think the biggest issue is that Jones got to score most of the big, epic scenes, whereas Edelman's contributions are mostly for the smaller, quiet scenes, so his music seems more "background," while Jones' is front and center in every scene. That's definitely not a criticism of Jones' score, because like I said, it's remarkably breathtaking, but I think it's one of the reasons his pieces are far more memorable than Edelman's.I like that the album is split into the two composers' scores, track-wise, as it allows you to glory in the majesty of Jones' compositions without being interrupted by Edelman's comparatively weaker contributions, and then to appreciate what is, after all, quite a lovely score by the latter without it being overshadowed every other track by Jones' music. I do find it odd, however, that even when divided between the two composers, the tracks are presented out of order to their corresponding scenes in the film. That's not a criticism, as it doesn't detract from my enjoyment of the album, but it is a bit strange, and I'm curious what the rationale was behind that decision.I do have two major complaints, though, the lesser of which is that we don't get the full version of the aforementioned Clannad song "I Will Find You," the full-length version of which is over five minutes long; instead we get the short, 1:50 minute version used in the film. While it's still a gorgeous song, I really would've preferred the full version. My biggest complaint is with this version of "Promontory," one of the most stirring and perfect pieces of music ever composed, adapted from Dougie MacLean's "The Gael." The 6:15 minute version on this album, while, again, still gorgeous, is not the version used in the movie, which is about eight minutes long and has a slightly different arrangement. The album version even fades out at about the 4:20 minute mark and transitions into another variation on the main theme for the rest of the track. Why? Why did they have to mess with one of the spectacular pieces of music ever? Like I said, it's still a beautiful track, I just wish they had gone with the movie version.Anyway, those two criticisms aside, this is pretty much a perfect soundtrack album for a fantastic movie. I highly recommend it.The standout tracks, for me, are:1. Main Title*Love, love, LOVE this theme. I've seen some complaints that it's overused throughout Jones' portion of the score, but I disagree. For one thing, it's one of the most epic movie themes ever composed, in my opinion, so why use it just once? For another, it's woven so skillfully throughout the other tracks it's used in that it doesn't feel like it's just on loop; it's tweaked depending on the mood of the scene. Chills every time.2. Elk Hunt*Propulsive and guaranteed to get the blood pumping.3. The Kiss*I love that it starts out with the "Promontory" theme and then, slowly, the main theme is incorporated in. One of my favorite love themes from a movie.5. Fort Battle*Bombastic and everything that battle music should be.6. Promontory*Even with my criticisms of this version, it's still achingly beautiful, and probably the piece of music from this movie people remember most.8. Massacre/Canoes*Another excellent battle piece.9. Top of the World*The final variation on the soaring main theme, given a bittersweet flavor to appropriately end this beautiful film.10. The Courier**This is the one Randy Edelman track that I feel stands (nearly) head and shoulders with the Trevor Jones tracks.16. I Will Find You***Even if it's the short version, it's still lovely and a fitting sendoff to this wonderful album.*by Trevor Jones**by Randy Edelman***by Clannad5Breathtaking Movie, Powerful ScoreI ll never forget the first time I saw Last of the Mohicans on the big screen, and this soundtrack brings back all the emotions and excitement. I ve watched the DVD many times but it s nice to have the musical score to listen to at work or in the car. Cora s theme immediately brings the beautiful Madeleine Stowe to mind (omg, who wouldn t fall in love with her?), and Clannad s I Will Find You reminds me of the chase sequence as Hawkeye, Uncas and Chingachgook rush to save Cora and Alice. The main title is one of the most stirring movie themes ever. I will never forget those booming notes playing over the majestic mountain and forest vistas at the beginning of the film. This is a powerful score to a breathtaking movie. Thank you Randy Edelman and Trevor Jones!5I did a marching band field show of this soundtrack and those are some of the best memories of my lifeThis is one of my top three movie soundtracks of all time. (The other two are James Horner's Glory and Daft Punk's Tron.) In high-school, I did a marching band field show of this soundtrack and those are some of the best memories of my life. To beat the soundtrack into my head, I listened to it pretty much 24/7 that year. Mostly, I remember playing MechWarrior with this soundtrack setting the mood. The Kiss feels surprisingly appropriate when you're walking off the base and doing your weapons checks.Even if you don't have a bunch of sappy high-school memories, this is one of the most powerful soundtracks ever made. Tons of emotion and no words. Give it a listen.5This soundtrack stirs my soulI've watched the movie over and over and over - sometimes just to listen to the music. There is just something about "The Last of the Mohicans" soundtrack that stirs my soul. However, it feels like something is missing. I haven't re-watched the movie to try to figure out what is missing or what seems off. But still love this so much.4Great, but out of orderSince two separate composers worked on this soundtrack, the producers of this album chose to group the songs on the disc by composer instead of in the sequence in which they appear in the film. In my opinion, this greatly detracts from the enjoyment of the soundtrack. If you wish to reorder the songs on your computer, I believe this is the correct sequence:Main TitleElk HuntRiver Walk and Discovery (Yes, River, not Rival. At least that is what is printed on my CD.)Pieces of a StoryThe British ArrivalCoraThe Glade Part IIFort BattleThe CourierThe KissMunro's Office/StockadeParlayMassacre/CanoesI Will Find YouPromontoryTop Of The World5Beautiful soundtrack, painfully not complete.....The Last of the Mohicans is one of those rare movies that stays with you after you've seen it. I've been a fan since it was released almost 20 years ago. A movie filled with action, romance and a lot of heart. It is a rewarding and very sad movie. The actors, director and the scenery are all top notch and the music takes it to another level.The soundtrack is one of the few that I remember scenes and dialogue just by hearing it. Unfortunately a complete score was not released so there are a lot of tracks missing. One of my favorites is the incredibly sad music that plays over the end credits. This music is beautiful and somber and you relive all of the heartbreaking moments that occur during the movie's final 10 minutes. Another flaw is that the "Promentory" track is not the complete 8 minute version that plays in the movie.Hopefully we'll be treated to an expanded score ala Superman or Alien.4Simply put - one of the best. PeriodSimply put, I believe that The Last of the Mohicans, composed by Trevor Jones, is one of the finest soundtracks of all time. "Promontory" may be one of the most emotionally stirring songs I've ever listened to. I rank this soundtrack up there with the best of Shore, Zimmer, Williams, Silvestri, and Howard. A must own.5
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