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PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:04 am 
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I'm going to be working on a big project through the end of this year and for a lot of the time I will just be plugged in listening to music.
I came across the soundtrack to There Will Be Blood. Just relaxing orchestral music that plays in the background of the movie. Anyone
suggest any favorites they may own or have listened to? This is a genre I haven't really tapped into, just been tired of the same old stuff
and wanted to delve into this for a bit. I'm going to hit The Thin Red Line after this one. I thought there may have been a thread about
this but I couldn't find it. Open to any suggestions.... thanks.

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Not quite on the same level, but it can fit the holiday timing. The Charlie Brown Christmas is a very good instrumental album.

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Try the soundtrack to Destiny. Yeah the video game.
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Patton soundtrack.


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Douchebag wrote:
Not quite on the same level, but it can fit the holiday timing. The Charlie Brown Christmas is a very good instrumental album.


Good call, I will get around to that one. I actually watched the cartoon on TV around Thanksgiving. It's the only holiday music I really like.

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Braveheart (James Horner)
Batman (Danny Elfman)
Rogue One (Michael Giacchino/John Williams)

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Try Brian Eno's ambient works.

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Skyrim

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Jaw Breaker wrote:
Braveheart (James Horner)
Batman (Danny Elfman)
Rogue One (Michael Giacchino/John Williams)


You can't go wrong with anything James Horner, really.

But my favorite from him is "Glory".

"The Fellowship of the Ring"/"The Two Towers" are a fantastic tandem.

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Screenplaying by Mark Knopfler. Music from The Princess Bride, Local Heroes, Cal, etc.

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