Edward Shearmur “The Count Of Monte Cristo”

Album Reviews | Mar 1st, 2005

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Record Label: RCA Victor
Genre: Score
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Once I saw the movie, I knew the score was great because you can notice it. A lot of the scores out there are just underscore and don’t really have a distinctive sound. “Introduction” starts off slow and works it way up, added in there is some choral work as well. The 2nd track “Landing On Elba” is the same way, but gets more fast and adventurous. It’s when Edmond Dantes and Fernand Mondego fight there way onto the island. “Edmond’s Education” and “Training Montage” are interesting tracks and have a nice sound to them. It’s when he’s in prison and learns things from the Priest. Another track that was fast, and uses a lot of strings is “An Invitation To The Ball.” Overall, the scorer Edward Shearmur, who I haven’t really heard to much from, delivers a nice adventurous score.

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