Schindler's List (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
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We can think of only one composer whose deft musical ability can do justice to a story as moving as Schindler's List’s: John Williams. On the plaintive "Immolation (With Our Lives, We Give Life)," the veteran scorer forges gently ahead with a single, mournful melody, and the heartbreaking refrain makes a beeline straight to our hearts. Elsewhere, on stirring tracks like "Making the List" and "I Could Have Done More," Williams collaborates with violinist Itzhak Perlman, whose tremulous strings convey the frailty of hope.
Shindler's List Soundtrack is Stellar......
If you have seen the movie...all the better, as the music will then stir deeper feelings within you. If you haven't seen the movie...the music is still powerful! Itzhak Perlman masterfully captures and conveys every emotion through his violin...it is incredible...awe inspiring...a must have!
I watched this movie in my world history class and my eyes were never dry. I never realized how awful the Holocaust was. All those poor people...and the little girl! That was really haunting because her little red coat was the only thing in color. How could people be so heartless? It really is terrifing. I know some people who have actually been to Auschwitz (now-a-days) and they said that it is so depressing and eeire that you can't help but get teared up. The very name chills me to my bones... Wonderful Soundtrack! So moving and emotional. It made the movie. It makes the scenes even more haunting and disturbing. If you have not seen the movie, you will still love the music. But I HIGHLY recommend seeing the movie. I hate it so much I love it...if that makes any sense at all!
John Williams has-once again-broken my heart. I have to say that I have heard no other music that could possibly capture the time of misery and horror that was the Holocaust. Auschwitz-Birkenau is the epitome of beautiful and hearkbreaking, and speaks truthfully of a place full of such terrible pain. Both the Theme from Schindler's List and the reprise couldn't be any more amazing. This is, without a doubt, the most harrowing...and the most beautiful...music that I have ever heard. I highly reccomend it.