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A Bit of Music

by on October 11, 2011

I have no substantive post for NaBloWriMo, and it’s nearly midnight….ooh, here’s a musical selection that I enjoy! Well, not enjoy exactly, under the circumstances…perhaps “profoundly moved by” would be better. See, on her blog Trisha mentioned the movie Deep Impact, the movie where the comet threatens to hit Earth and a band of brave astronauts tries to stop it. Deep Impact is much like Armageddon, but way better. Part of the reason why I like it better is because of the soundtrack, specifically this part. The hauntingly tragic violin melody that begins around one minute in…and then the crescendo at 3:24…it’s beautiful. I am not ashamed to admit that I have gotten misty-eyed when this plays during the movie. Anyway. Roll film!


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  1. Yay, another post about DEEP IMPACT! I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking it’s far superior to ARMAGEDDON.

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