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« on: March 16, 2005, 02:15:23 AM »

Good morning Jason,

  I was wondering if you could point me to more music like the Graveyard wow track (track 29 from the soundtrack CD). It reminds me of some Dead Can Dance pieces and some Joselyn Pook but I wonder if there is anything else that you could say about this particular musical style structurally and give other similar examples. Is it derived from the 17th century cathedral music?

  Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2005, 02:16:05 AM »

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Good morning Jason,

  I was wondering if you could point me to more music like the Graveyard wow track (track 29 from the soundtrack CD). It reminds me of some Dead Can Dance pieces and some Joselyn Pook but I wonder if there is anything else that you could say about this particular musical style structurally and give other similar examples. Is it derived from the 17th century cathedral music?

  Thank you.


  Almost needless to add, it's a beautiful piece Smiley
  But short Smiley
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