Joseki wrote:inspired by Great Fairy's Fountain Theme from The Legend of Zelda.
Something something common chord progression.
pwhodges wrote:Bach's Mass is unstructured, in the sense that each section is a separate setting, and he has little freedom to change what texts he sets and in what order. At any rate, he didn't get to choose the structure, any more than Sagisu chose the structure of Ha (or any of the Eva films). Musically he (Bach) can help pull it together by repeating musical parts between sections, but that has nothing to do with what we're discussing here.
Why not, if the music is in any case otherwise appropriate?
That's accusing Anno (since he asked for this) of compromising his film to accommodate the music he wanted. I'd need to see actual evidence of that before giving it any credence whatsoever. If you can't substantiate that point then your last argument is worthless.
I mean, first Kare Kano, then Nadia, maybe another one in 3.0 + 1.0... It seems a little suspicious, don't you think?
Guy Nacks wrote:Sagisu's soundtracks have gotten notably worse over time. And by worse, I mean more overblown, overdramatic and cringingly cheesy. His choral work is particularly egregious in this regard. His 80s-90s work is far more beautiful-sounding than the stuff he's been producing lately.
FreakyFilmFan4ever wrote:most of Eva Q's score is simply a cascade of one beautiful piano track after another.
FreakyFilmFan4ever wrote:Track wise, the soundtrack is split right down the middle. About 17 piano tracks and 17 fully orchestrated tracks, not all of which have the men's choir.
CommanderFish wrote:Yeah. While I can't say that I dislike the Rebuild OSTs, I can say that many of the BIG CHANTING CHOIR songs have kinda lost their initial feeling of "epicness" from when I first heard them, instead becoming something a little cheesier. This track is about the only one that has still retained its original flavor for me.
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