Your Daily Dose of Christmas

I don’t care if the eyes are creepily unreal; I like the movie The Polar Express. Part of it is the music, by stalwart composer Alan Silvestri. Silvestri is not a great composer, by any means, but he is a very solid and professional one, with a fine gift for melody and clear orchestral writing. He was really the ideal composer for a project like The Polar Express. (He also tends to be the composer-of-choice for director Robert Zemeckis.) Here is Silvestri’s Suite from the film.

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3 Responses to Your Daily Dose of Christmas

  1. Ben Varkentine says:

    Oh, dear dear dear, I knew this newfound blog/friendship would not last…

    (To be fair, I haven't seen the movie. I wouldn't see it for all the tea in China, as they say.)

  2. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Wow! Of all the movies to cause someone to run screaming from my blog, I must confess that I never thought it would be The Polar Express!

  3. Call me Paul says:

    There's another one I've never seen. I guess I got old and curmudgeonly too early.

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