Love Remembered - Wojciech Kilar
from Dracula (1992 film, ost)
Very…very dreamy, I must say.
“Main Title” from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm by Shirley Walker.
Among my favorite pieces of music ever recorded.
Ocean’s Apart-Michael Giacchino
The Doctor’s Theme: 9 - 10 - 11
Nine: 0:02 -1:16
Ten: 0:41 - 2:31
Eleven: 2:06 - 4:57
IM IN LOVE. TEN WAS DEFINITELY THE BEST.
THEY ARE ALL THE BEST.
oh hello goosebumps
is their a download link for this? IT IS AMAZING!
Can you imagine, 25 days from now, you’re in the theatre, title on the screen, and then this starts playing? I will spend the entire duration of the movie trying not to fucking weep. FINALLY.
4. Top ten most attractive
musicians music artists in my opinion (dead or alive)
10. Andrew Bird
9. George Harrison, BAD TEETH AND ALL
7. the most adorable Joanna Newsom
6. Devenda Banhart…idk I have a beard problem
5. Fabrizzio Moretti of the Strokes
4. Anthony Keidis of RHCP
3. Brandon Boyd of Incubus. LOL I had the biggest crush on him in middle school, you can’t find many pictures of him that don’t look kind of douchey but GUH.
2. Mos Def
8. A guilty pleasure
Uhh I’m really not snobby about music so I have no guilt or shame, lol, so I don’t know that anything counts.
…Okay, I still sometimes like to listen to Mannheim Steamroller around Christmas like my mom used to every year. I LIKE THE MEDIEVAL CAROLS OKAY, IDEK. GUILTY. SO GUILTY.
14. My favorite film soundtrack
The Lord of the Rings trilogy. That just has to count as one, lol. And…a hundred others.
Prologue: My Life Before Me - Wojciech Kilar
The Portrait Of A Lady OST 1996
Better than his “Dracula” soundtrack imo, so beautiful!
james newton howard & ioanna gika / “gone”
Wildfire // Ramin Djawadi
“The Banishment of Éomer” from The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
A standout track from the LotR Complete Recordings box sets which ends with score from the extended scenes of Aragorn, Gimli, and Legolas pursuing the captured hobbits across Rohan. In one of my favorite moments of the entire trilogy soundtrack, the usually bombastic and heroic theme of the fellowship is heard here as a more bittersweet-sounding variation, joining a choir part that builds and encroaches over the darkness of the Isengard theme.
Elegy - Bear McCreary