I've said it before, but some of my favorite music albums are movie soundtracks. In fact, I have over 58 movie soundtrack albums. Crazy, I know. But I love them because they transport me to another place and another time. Classical scores are no different. Todays song is one I can never tire of. I could listen to it forever and ever.
The theme to Schindler's List
and performed by the one and only
is a beautiful and haunting piece. It takes your breath away with it's heartbreaking violin.
John Williams has composed so many of the best movie scores;
- Fiddler On the Roof
- Star Wars
- Indiana Jones
- Hook (a personal favorite)
- Home Alone (a classic)
- Far and Away
- Jurassic Park
- Seven Years In Tibet
- All the Harry Potter movies
- Memoirs of a Geisha
...just to name a few.
At the top of my playlist are a few other classical pieces from movies. The entire Pride and Prejudice soundtrack is amazing, and worth purchasing, and I love the tango from Scent of a Woman, also performed by Itzhak Perlman. Memoirs of a Geisha is also wonderful.
So there's my classical tid bits for the day. Enjoy!
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