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To Gillian on Her 37th Birthda Soundtrack, Import

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1. A Far Away Time/Main Title
2. The Boating Accident
3. Gillian
4. The Lighthouse
5. Fond Hopes...Distant Memories
6. Rachel's Dream/Gillian's Visit
7. The Decision To Leave Home
8. Saying Goodbye/End Title

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Giddy About Gillian 15 May 2000
By G. Reginald Daniel - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Anyone who loves James Horner will fall in love with this soundtrack. The quite intimacy and warm setimentality are vintage Horner. Indeed, it would be safe to say that some of the exquisite motifs in this soundtrack--particularly the melodies played by the oboe in several tracks--are a prefiguring of the delicate themes Horner developed in Titanic.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lovely and poignant 17 Feb. 2002
By "hipbone2" - Published on
Format: Audio CD
One of Horner's best -- this score seems often overlooked by fans of his compositions.
It's airy and subtle, perfectly echoing the gentle ghost story set by the seaside.
Highly recommended.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Another terrific score from James Horner 23 April 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Having only recently acquired this score(from Amazon)and being a big James Horner fan I was thrilled to hear it is Horner at his best.A wonderful main theme is played in the first track followed by a series of beautiful pieces comprised mainly of piano solos performed by Horner himself.An absolute must for James Horner fans.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One of the best by James Horner 15 Nov. 2007
By Sherlock Tang - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being a film score collector for almost a decade, I have listened to almost every single score composed by James Horner. The first time I heard the score of To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, I wasn't quite impressed actually; "It sounds just like another 'My heart will go on'". But after listening to it several times, the magic begins to come alive. The main theme is filled with so much emotions, but not overwhelmingly extravagant like the Titanic theme. Hence the reason this score can create this aura of blitheness which Titanic cannot deliver. It can lighten up a dark room without making a serious statement. This score has such a good flow that you would think all the tracks are linked together without a pause. James Horner utilizes piano and strings predominantly throughout the soundtrack, which is reminiscent of "The Ludlows" from Legends of the Fall - best score ever composed by James Horner in my opinion.

You would only be disappointed by the early departure of such a lovely score. This soundtrack is highly recommended to those who enjoy the film, who are searching for the perfect casual background music, or just simply like to try another great piece by James Horner. The other sad news is that this soundtrack is out of print.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Tender... sad, great 20 Aug. 2009
By Laszlo - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Wonderful music. Tender, slow moving, sad, poignant, loving. It is only 37 minutes but when it is this good, it does not matter. Horners slow music usually grows on you after a while --- which makes the appreciation better.
Just adding another five stars here; others have said it better.
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