The most atypical and sublimely beautiful of Howard Shore's myriad collaborations with filmmaker David Cronenberg. Though inspired by the opera that is the source material for Cronenberg's feature, M. Butterfly largely eschews traditional Chinese music in favor of delicate, textured melodies characterized by their uncommon restraint
Album · 1993 · 15 Songs. A History of Violence - Music from the Original Motion Picture. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.
1993 Varèse Sarabande. More By Howard Shore. See All. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
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This is the soundtrack to Joel Schumacher’s 1994 thriller based on John Grisham’s novel about a Louisiana lawyer (Susan Sarandon) who takes on an 11-year-old boy (Brad Renfro) as a client after the boy witnesses a mob lawyer’s suicide and learns information about the murder of a . The Client (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album) Q&A. Producers Mitchell Leib. Writers Howard Shore. More Howard Shore albums.
Hollow Man: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2000 Film). Most people would consider this soundtrack boring. They would call Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" the most interesting, and the apotheosis of the album. The fifty-five other minutes of music, they would consider superfluous. Uninteresting, dreary, lacklustre.
Other albums by Howard Shore. Composer Howard Shore (Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit) brings an exotic Persian flavor to his original score for the 2014 political drama Rosewater. Blending ancient sounds and instrumentation with modern orchestral flourishes and electronics, the music dances and weaves through nimble rhythm-laden pieces and brooding textural themes to tell the real-life tale of Canadian-Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari who, in 2009, endured 118 days of political imprisonment and interrogation in Iran.