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The Thin Red Line (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Hans Zimmer

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Hans Zimmer's Oscar-nominated score for reclusive director Terrence Malick's ambitious James Jones adaptation -- only the director's third film in 25 years -- is one of his most subtle and sophisticated yet. Then again, it's not as if the German-born composer has ever been known as a master of bombast or overstatement -- Max Steiner he is not (among other works, he penned the award-winning soundtracks for Rain Man and The Lion King). Unlike the scores for most other war movies (The Thin Red Line is set during World War II), the action in Malick's elegiac epic is driven mostly by the action itself (heated exchanges between characters, sudden eruptions of devastating violence) and not the music. The soundtrack, which consists primarily of long, string-laden pieces, also includes one of the film's mesmerizing chants, which were so popular that a separate recording, Chants From The Thin Red Line, consisting entirely of chants by the Melanesian Brotherhood and the Choir of All Saints, was released in conjunction with this recording.

© Kathleen C. Fennessy /TiVo

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The Thin Red Line (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Hans Zimmer

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1
The Coral Atoll
00:08:00
2
The Lagoon
00:08:36
3
Journey to the Line
00:09:21

Rosanna Sun, Coordinator - Ellie Choate, Harp - Marcia Dickstein, Harp - Gregg W. Silk, 2nd Engineer - Gregg W. Silk, Engineer - Adam Smalley, Edited By - Emil Richards, Percussion - Daniel Kuramoto, Flute - Ken Munday, Bassoon - Hans Zimmer, Producer - Hans Zimmer, Composer - Hans Zimmer, Arranger - Danny Yamamoto, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Vocal - Yvonne S. Moriarty, Orchestrator - Katie Kirkpatrick, Harp - Lee Scott, Edited By - Tom Broderick, Coordinator - Gavin Greenaway, Conductor - June Kuramoto, Flute - Bruce Fowler, Orchestrator - Maggie Rodford, Coordinator - Alan Meyerson, Recording Engineer - Alan Meyerson, Mixing Engineer - Klaus Badelt, Arranger - Francesco Lupica, Percussion - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Endre Granat, Violin

(P) 1999, BMG Music

4
Light
00:07:19
5
Beam
00:03:43

Rosanna Sun, Coordinator - Ellie Choate, Harp - Marcia Dickstein, Harp - Gregg W. Silk, 2nd Engineer - Gregg W. Silk, Engineer - Adam Smalley, Edited By - Emil Richards, Percussion - Daniel Kuramoto, Flute - Ken Munday, Bassoon - Hans Zimmer, Producer - Hans Zimmer, Composer - Hans Zimmer, Arranger - Danny Yamamoto, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Vocal - Yvonne S. Moriarty, Orchestrator - Katie Kirkpatrick, Harp - Lee Scott, Edited By - Tom Broderick, Coordinator - Gavin Greenaway, Conductor - June Kuramoto, Flute - John Powell, Composer - Bruce Fowler, Orchestrator - Maggie Rodford, Coordinator - Alan Meyerson, Recording Engineer - Alan Meyerson, Mixing Engineer - Klaus Badelt, Arranger - Francesco Lupica, Percussion - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Endre Granat, Violin

(P) 1999, BMG Music

6
Air
00:02:21

Rosanna Sun, Coordinator - Ellie Choate, Harp - Marcia Dickstein, Harp - Gregg W. Silk, 2nd Engineer - Gregg W. Silk, Engineer - Adam Smalley, Edited By - Emil Richards, Percussion - Daniel Kuramoto, Flute - Ken Munday, Bassoon - Hans Zimmer, Producer - Hans Zimmer, Composer - Hans Zimmer, Arranger - Danny Yamamoto, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Vocal - Yvonne S. Moriarty, Orchestrator - Katie Kirkpatrick, Harp - Lee Scott, Edited By - Tom Broderick, Coordinator - Gavin Greenaway, Conductor - June Kuramoto, Flute - Bruce Fowler, Orchestrator - Maggie Rodford, Coordinator - Alan Meyerson, Recording Engineer - Alan Meyerson, Mixing Engineer - Klaus Badelt, Arranger - Francesco Lupica, Percussion - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Endre Granat, Violin

(P) 1999, BMG Music

7
Stone In My Heart
00:04:28

Rosanna Sun, Coordinator - Ellie Choate, Harp - Marcia Dickstein, Harp - Gregg W. Silk, 2nd Engineer - Gregg W. Silk, Engineer - Adam Smalley, Edited By - Emil Richards, Percussion - Daniel Kuramoto, Flute - Ken Munday, Bassoon - Hans Zimmer, Producer - Hans Zimmer, Composer - Hans Zimmer, Arranger - Danny Yamamoto, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Vocal - Yvonne S. Moriarty, Orchestrator - Katie Kirkpatrick, Harp - Lee Scott, Edited By - Tom Broderick, Coordinator - Gavin Greenaway, Conductor - June Kuramoto, Flute - Bruce Fowler, Orchestrator - Maggie Rodford, Coordinator - Alan Meyerson, Recording Engineer - Alan Meyerson, Mixing Engineer - Klaus Badelt, Arranger - Francesco Lupica, Percussion - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Endre Granat, Violin

(P) 1999, BMG Music

8
The Village
00:05:52
9
Silence
00:05:05
10
God Yu Tekem Laef Blong Mi
00:01:58
11
Sit Back & Relax
00:02:06

Rosanna Sun, Coordinator - Ellie Choate, Harp - Marcia Dickstein, Harp - Gregg W. Silk, 2nd Engineer - Gregg W. Silk, Engineer - Adam Smalley, Edited By - Emil Richards, Percussion - Daniel Kuramoto, Flute - Ken Munday, Bassoon - Hans Zimmer, Producer - Hans Zimmer, Arranger - Hans Zimmer, Composer - Danny Yamamoto, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Percussion - Johnny Mori, Vocal - Yvonne S. Moriarty, Orchestrator - Katie Kirkpatrick, Harp - Lee Scott, Edited By - Tom Broderick, Coordinator - Gavin Greenaway, Conductor - June Kuramoto, Flute - Bruce Fowler, Orchestrator - Maggie Rodford, Coordinator - Alan Meyerson, Recording Engineer - Alan Meyerson, Mixing Engineer - Klaus Badelt, Arranger - Francesco Lupica, Percussion - Francesco Lupica, Composer - Joe Gastwirt, Mastering Engineer - Endre Granat, Violin

(P) 1999, BMG Music

Album review

Hans Zimmer's Oscar-nominated score for reclusive director Terrence Malick's ambitious James Jones adaptation -- only the director's third film in 25 years -- is one of his most subtle and sophisticated yet. Then again, it's not as if the German-born composer has ever been known as a master of bombast or overstatement -- Max Steiner he is not (among other works, he penned the award-winning soundtracks for Rain Man and The Lion King). Unlike the scores for most other war movies (The Thin Red Line is set during World War II), the action in Malick's elegiac epic is driven mostly by the action itself (heated exchanges between characters, sudden eruptions of devastating violence) and not the music. The soundtrack, which consists primarily of long, string-laden pieces, also includes one of the film's mesmerizing chants, which were so popular that a separate recording, Chants From The Thin Red Line, consisting entirely of chants by the Melanesian Brotherhood and the Choir of All Saints, was released in conjunction with this recording.

© Kathleen C. Fennessy /TiVo

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