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This score does not disappoint. If you're a fan of the film, then the score is a wonderful way of taking the movie with you, so to speak. From the opening scenes ("How I Would Die") to the breathtaking conclusion ("Edward at her Bed"), this score covers the various moods, emotions, suspense and romance of the film. To truly get the full musical experience of the film, you really would want to get this and the original soundtrack because these two go hand-in-hand. If you're a fan of the books, then this would be the perfect CD to listen to as you snuggle up to read (or re-read) the books and dive into Bella and Edward's world. And if you're a soundtrack fan, then this CD - under the very capable hands of Carter Burwell - should be a worthy addition to your classical score collection.
This score does a superb job of covering the 'light' and 'dark' facets of the film. Darkness is represented by tracks like "Treaty," "Humans are Predators Too" and "Showdown in the Ballet Studio." Lightness is represented in "I Dreamt of Edward," "The Lion Fell in Love with the Lamb" and "Dinner with his Family." My favorites would have to be the soaring and beautiful "Bella's Lullaby" and the unapologetically romantic "The Lion Fell in Love with the Lamb" (which also happen to be some of my favorite parts in the movie - the meadow scene and the tree-climbing/piano scenes).
I bought this CD because I am a big fan of the books and the movie.Read more ›
You can practically hear Bella and Edward falling into love during the course of the music. The album best represents their desires, their fears, the terror(s) they face, and the unexplicable love they share for one another. This score was made with love and I recommend this to any "Twilight" fan. After listening to this album, it would be hard not to bask in the optimism that love promises-especially in Edward and Bella's case.
Then,I saw the movie trailer for Twilight. I was intrigued.
So I bought the book.
And now have lost a HUGE segment of my life.
And I don't want it back.
I have the whole series of novels now. Absolutely amazing story.
Read them for the romance, for the action, for the all-consuming tale that this author, Stephenie Meyer, has made.
But read them.
I still haven't gone to see the movie. Movies have a way of implanting and removing the images that a good book makes in the mind. My own imagination comes up with better images and faces than some director/casting agent/producer does. (I still can't get the image of Elijah Woods out of my mind when I think of Frodo <shiver>)
After listening to a few samplings from the score of Twilight, I was hooked. Bought the download and am listening to it now. I can watch the movie (without spoiling my own mind's images) and create the characters for myself, with my own interpretations of Bela and Edward.
Buy this album. The music is superb. The images it creates will be with me always.
Five Stars Plus.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Soundtracks often contain music that wasn't in the movie which is disappointing when all you want is the background music from the movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by batgirlie
This is the only one that I have. It seens that in this movei the music was more important than in the other. Even whit that I really like this onePublished 4 months ago by Maria Suarez-barcena Gondra
AGAIN, I LOVE THE TWILIGHT SAGA AND THE MUSIC SCORE IS WONDERFUL.Published 6 months ago by Grumbles
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|Rob's song in movie||
Yes, he was singing in the background while he was sucking James' venom out of Bella's body. As far as I know it is only available on the digital version of the album on itunes it is called "Let Me Sign". Hope this helps:)
Dec 6, 2008 by V. Wilson | See all 8 posts
|Who's the artiist...Song- "I found you"||
The name of the song is "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" by the group Iron & Wine. It is on the sound track which I'm sure you have probably found by now. It's one of my favorite though so I couldn't help but try to help you find it. Enjoy!
Feb 13, 2009 by Troy Morkert | See all 3 posts
|Song: I Found You||
its flightless bird, american mouth by iron and wine
Feb 28, 2009 by Im Betting on Alice =D | See all 3 posts
|Where are all the other songs?||
There are two soundtracks. One with the music of Muse and Paramore and such, and this one is just the score from the movie.
Nov 25, 2008 by Twilight Mom | See all 4 posts
|Rob's Lullaby should be a bonus track||
I definitely agree with you that Bella's lullaby is supposed to be the piano only and that I also like Carter's version, but all the other instruments involved kind of threw me off. If they gave us Rob's version of the lullaby that would be amazing!! He is such a talented person and if they could... Read More
Dec 5, 2008 by Kristynn Lee | See all 12 posts
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