Clint Eastwood - Flags Of Our Fathers album flac
|2||I'll Walk Alone|
|8||Symphony In G Minor, 3rd. Movement|
|9||String Quartet Opus #6, 2nd Movement|
|12||Any Bonds Today?|
|13||Summit Ridge Drive|
|17||Washington Post March|
|19||End Titles Guitar|
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|M2-36203||Clint Eastwood||Flags Of Our Fathers (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD)||Milan||M2-36203||US||2006|
|399 061-2||Clint Eastwood||Mémoires De Nos Pères (Bande Originale Du Film) (CD, Comp)||Milan||399 061-2||France||2006|
This is the noble and sad main theme from Clint Eastwood's 2006 war drama Flags Of Our Fathers. It was taken from the fourth track called Wounded Marines on the soundtrack album. The music was composed by Eastwood himself.
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Album · 2006 · 20 Songs.
Flags of Our Fathers is a 2006 American war film directed, co-produced, and scored by Clint Eastwood and written by William Broyles J. and Paul Haggis. It is based on the 2000 book of the same name written by James Bradley and Ron Powers about the 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima, the five Marines and one Navy corpsman who were involved in raising the flag on Iwo Jima, and the aftereffects of that event on their lives.
In addition to producing and directing Flags of our Fathers, Clint Eastwood also composed the music. The star of The Good, The Bad and the Ugly and Dirty Harry and the director of Mystic River and Million Dollar Baby, Eastwood wrote the 2006 war movie's main theme and end title and, except for the addition of period music for aural verisimilitude, all the cues in-between. This isn't Eastwood's first foray as a movie composer.
For Flags of Our Fathers, though, the lack of scope and minimal emotional impact is a just little disappointing, even though the technical aspect of the music is fine, and some of the cues in and of themselves work well as standalone listening experiences. The opening The Photograph is a slow and sombre affair for muted brasses and a bed of important-sounding strings, which has a certain nobility, but nothing to make it especially memorable or rousing. Conducted by and orchestrated Lennie Niehaus. Recorded and mixed by Robert Fernandez. Album produced by Clint Eastwood.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006) - Clint Eastwood. Flags of Our Fathers (2006) - Clint Eastwood. Clint Eastwood, being the highly acclaimed filmmaker Clint Eastwood, could probably hire any composer he thought of to score his latest war epic, including someone like John Williams. Instead, he composed the score himself (undoubtedly with some assistance by Lennie Niehaus), as usual. This worked in the past for films like Million Dollar Baby, and Mystic River,.
Clint Eastwood, Album. Flags of Our Fathers/Letters from Iwo Jima. Other albums by Clint Eastwood. Flags of Our Fathers In addition to producing and directing Flags of our Fathers, Clint Eastwood also composed the music.
Flags of Our Fathers, directed by Clint Eastwood, is a film that is successful in portraying both a Native American and white soldiers as humans. Not only was Ira Hayes, a Pima Native American, one of the main characters, he was also a character with as much depth and humanity as his white counterparts
Clint Eastwood's Iwo Jima: Flags of Our Fathers, Letters From Iwo Jima. Composers: Clint Eastwood. 2006 Milan Entertainment, Inc. 10-01-2006. Flags of Our Fathers.
Eastwood actually tried to option Flags of Our Fathers after the widely read book by James Bradley and Ron Powers was published in May 2000. But Mr. Spielberg had snatched up the movie rights that summer, and in early 2001 he assigned its adaptation to the screenwriter William Broyles J. a former marine who also adapted Jarhead. The following February, on the night of the 2004 Academy Awards, Mr. Eastwood and Mr. Spielberg fell into a conversation at the Governors Ball afterward, and Mr. Eastwood came into work the next morning saying that Mr. Spielberg had invited him to take over the project, said Rob Lorenz, a producer at Malpaso, Mr. Eastwood’s production comany. Mr. Eastwood was then in preproduction on Million Dollar Baby, and he asked Mr. Haggis to tackle Flags of Our Fathers in his down time, Mr. Lorenz said.