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Published on Feb 22, 2010
Number 7 on the CWW soundtrack.
For those of us who deign to notice soundtracks during our movie-going experience, this was certainly one of those sit-up-in-your-seat moments. Whether you like or dislike this piece, it's certainly thought provoking - I happen to love it, but that's just me. It's a true discredit to Handel that he's not credited for his contribution (note: he is listed on the CD, but in the film credits). It is his arrangement of the text that plays so well into Howard's Middle-Eastern overlay, and his contribution is what adds the new, subtle level of meaning to the scene in question. Nevertheless, it's good to see people haven't completely forgotten about the classics.