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The soundtrack to Mel Gibson's epic Scottish adventure Braveheart is appropriately stirring, filled with grand, sweeping, orchestral music written especially for the film. It captures the patriotism and adventure of the film perfectly.

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its awsome if u like bagpipes and u like braveheart, u'll like this album.


COME ON!!! Next to Titanic this is like James Horner's best! I measn, these theme rock!!! I could say a thousand things about this album but for now I say...if you haven't heard it or seen the movie, GIVE THE MOVIE AND THE MUSIC A CHANCE!!! BECAUSE IT ROCKS MY SOCKS!!!


Seldom is there a perfect score to accompany a perfect movie, yet in Braveheart, you'll hear some of the most beautiful music to reach your ears, or have your adrenaline spiking in one of its intense battle themes. James Horner's finest work, in my humble opinion. May the freedom that the movie portrays last 'till the end of time, in Scotland and across the world.


Born: August 14, 1953 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Famed for his lush, sweeping scores for films including Braveheart, Apollo 13, and Titanic, the prolific composer James Horner was born in Los Angeles on August 14, 1953. Educated at London's Royal College of Music as well as local universities USC and UCLA, he landed his first motion picture assignments during the 1970s, scoring B-movies like The Lady in Red, Humanoids of the Deep, and Battle Beyond the Stars for producer Roger Corman's New World organization. By 1982, Horner had moved on to major...
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