Discussion in 'Thor' started by Tristantulanka, May 4, 2009.
I can't wait to grab my actual copy though
I hope for some nice liner notes from brannagh.
It'll be nice to have at work. This is inspiring me to draw.
Letting Go is simply beautiful. Really beautiful, I never ever use that word when it comes to movie scores.
I never use the words mallemaroking, borborygmos, or krukolibidinous when discussing film scores.
What? Did I say something wrong?
For some odd reason, listening to Brothers Fight made me jump.
Heh did the same thing to me the first time too SAAD. lol
Loved the score. It was really very beautiful at times, something I wasn't expecting. Maybe a little too much when
mortal Thor confronts Destroyer
but hey, it worked.
I had no idea Doyle was scoring this. I didn't much care for his Goblet of Fire score (too bombastic), but I am really liking this.
I have to admit, I'm liking 'The Compound' track.
There are linear notes from Doyle and Branagh.
NICE Can't wait to read them.
I hope to heck they interview Doyle for Thor's DVD at least.
I just noticed a Doyle interview in my copy of this month's Empire (with Daniel Craig on the cover). Interestingly, he said Thor's theme evokes a Scandinavian folk-hymn, I hope they clarify and compare it on the special features.
Yeah that would be cool to know which one. I love some the historic music. Working at a Renaissance faire so long you learn to love all music. hehe
See when the Faire is closed for business, the different Musicians all have their own Flavor of music, so you hear, Blues, Rock, Rap, country, it's quite an experience.
You can hear that kind of Celtic influence in Can You See Jane?
Yes you can.
Wish we had that Empire Interview
Doyle has an interview on BBC radio Scotland tomorrow. I think it's restricted anywhere but the UK so I'll try to upload it.
Cool, isn't there a web site for the radio station Dee?
There is but I *think* it's for the UK only.
Crud like Hulu.
Enjoy it while you can guys, I've been told to review my videos since content might belong to someone else... lol
Okey-dokey, here's all of it, the following tracks he discusses: