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|Patrick Doyle||Primary Artist, Baritone, Baritone (Vocal)|
|Stephen Hill||Choir Director|
|Lawrence Ashmore||Performing Ensemble|
|City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra||Performing Ensemble|
|Stephen Hill Singers||Choir, Chorus|
|Members of the Renaissance Theatre Company||Ensemble|
|John Williams [composer]||Composer|
|Patrick Doyle||Producer, Liner Notes|
|Kenneth Branagh||Liner Notes|
|Simon Rattle||Liner Notes|
|Peter Thomas||Orchestra Leader|
Posted October 1, 2010
My high school marching band performed music from this soundtrack this year and we had a blast! This music carries many emotions and is one of the best soundtracks ever made. Listen to these tracks, (we performed #1, #6 (which is actually called Once More Unto the Breach), #10, and #11). I recommend an mp3 from the movie that better portrays track 10 - use a search engine for "st. crispin's day speech." A sample of the music of #10 is played in the background. Also, track #12 is a unique one (vocal), with the pitch of the other instruments soaring octaves above normal during one section. Overall, this soundtrack is excellent. Tell any of your music loving friends about it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 3, 2010
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