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Like the theme of variations, very apt.

Can't get enough of this album.

In response to ‘Original score?'

If people are going to take the time to write a review, they really should check their facts. While the score has been clearly influenced by Hans Zimmer’s score to ‘The Thin Red Line’ the tracks are original to this score and are not re-used from it as suggested.
The director, Steve Mcqueen, has collaborated with Hans Zimmer on his most recent film, ’12 Years A Slave’ and that score is also reminiscent of ‘The Thin Red Line’.

Beautiful score

Outstanding music for an equally outstanding film.


Born: 25 September 1932 in Canada

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

The most renowned Canadian classical performer of the 20th century, pianist Glenn Gould remains one of the most fascinating and celebrated figures in all of music, the archetypal riddle wrapped inside an enigma wrapped inside a conundrum. A former child prodigy, his piano artistry was unparalleled, yet he often received less recognition as a virtuoso than as a troubled eccentric; a disconnected recluse notorious for such odd habits as wearing a wool topcoat in the dog days of summer, Gould was a...
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Shame, Glenn Gould
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: 02 December 2011

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