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Two Brothers | Stephen Warbeck
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Bluntly speaking? The Two Brothers soundtrack scored by Stephen Warbeck is like a mature version of the Lion King - and I mean that in a nice way. It's tundra-ish with flutes and triumphant drums bellowing. All in a very epic film style - complete with "trumpet elephants.".

The notes are certainly enjoyable enough and the musicians are all precise...it's just that the work is so "done" one half conjures up Lawrence of Arabia, hangin' off his camel in pursuit of an oasis somewhere around the track 5 bend, and Sinbad in a drunken bender elsewhere while listening.

One of the more special audio treats they've included, however, is a stunning Verdi piece called, " La vergine degli angeli" (1972 BMG Music) on track 5. There's nothing quite like Verdi to punctuate one's own score really.

If you enjoy a real soundtracky album that rings of past Hollywood heavies then Warbeck's ensemble of notes is a must have. It's a a grand epic score, filled with ordered passion, pushing all the decided emotions note by note. Buy it

 


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