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British film composer Clint Mansell reprises his collaboration with the Kronos Quartet on the soundtrack/score for Darren Aronofsky's film "Noah." He had worked with them previously on another Aronofsky project, the score for 2006's "The Fountain." As one might expect, this is an especially dramatic score, and when it comes to performing Mansell's modern crossover classical approach, the Kronos' reach - as displayed throughout their catalog - is most welcome. The opening cue, "In the Beginning, There Was Nothing," relies heavily on tense layered cellos, electronic percussion, and keyboards; its tone is brooding, doomy, often foreboding. At over four minutes in length, it also sets up a paradigm for many of the cues that follow. Though there are several brief pieces, most range between four and six minutes - a rarity for original scores these days. Other notable selections include "Make Thee an Ark," which feints with a brief nod toward Morricone's spaghetti Western themes before opening into a transcendent, rumbling exhortation to obey from the distant margins. (After all, this is the voice of the Divine we're supposed to hear.) The stillness that lies inside the strings, percussion, and guitars in "The Flood Waters Were Upon the World" is actually quite eerie and uneasy. At nearly six minutes, "Day and Night Shall Not Cease" actually recalls Arvo Pärt's use of tintinnabuli during its first third, before it becomes more pastoral and actually evokes the more restrained moments of Vaughan Williams' chamber works as more brief variations are introduced. The closing track, "Mercy Is," features a gorgeous, nearly Anglo-Celtic melody with Patti Smith's lyrics and vocals fronting the Kronos. "Noah" is an exceptional score, noteworthy even in Mansell's distinguished oeuvre. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi


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In The Beginning There Was Nothing, The World Was Filled With Violence, The End Of All Flesh Is Before Me, A Sweet Savior, The Fallen Ones, For Seasons And For Days And Years, Make Thee An Ark, Every Creeping Thing That Creeps, I Will Destroy Them, Flesh Of My Flesh, The Wickedness Of Man, In Sorrow Thou Shalt Bring Forth Children, Your Eyes Shall Be Opened And Ye Shall Be As Gods, The Flood Waters Were Upon The World, By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed, The Judgement Of Man, The Spirit Of The Creator Moved Upon The Face Of The Waters, Forty Days And Nights, What Is This That Thou Hast Done, The Fear And The Dread Of You, And He Remembered Noah, Day And Night Shall Not Cease, Mercy Is - Patti Smith
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