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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good, but not Great 3 de diciembre de 2013
Por Lynnette Bates - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I own and adore the soundtracks from the first two Narnia movies -- they contain amazing themes that soar at all the right moments, and really transport you to a different world. Obviously, the Narnia franchise has been through some changes since Prince Caspian. Still, I thought the Dawn Treader film was a nice addition to the franchise, so I bought the soundtrack as well. I was fairly disappointed. David Arnold doesn't seem to be able to play with theme in the way that Harry Gregson-Williams did; it seems very timid in comparison. Don't get me wrong; the music Arnold created is beautiful, but it doesn't have the power and poise and memorability of its predecessors. It's hard to latch onto any reoccurring themes in this soundtrack, and none of them are as memorable as the ones from the previous film. The music worked well in the film, but as a standalone, it's a little uninspiring. Even though I love the music from the first two films, I would've been totally fine if Arnold wanted to create a whole new set of themes and tones for this third film... Instead I feel like he didn't want to stick out too much, and I think that's a shame. Narnia is a rich world, and I think it deserves an equally rich and imaginative soundtrack.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wish there was a special edition 24 de marzo de 2014
Por William - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Got this CD along with the other two movie soundtracks.

Unlike the first Narnia movie, this is the standard edition. I would have purchase the special edition if it was available but it is not.

The music itself is quite good. David Arnold captures some of the original themes set by Harry Gregson-Williams and adds some more. Great soundtrack nonetheless.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good quiet music 14 de junio de 2011
Por Ginger Stringer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I own the two previous Narnia soundtracks, so I bought The Voyage of the Dawn Treader soundtrack not long after the movie came out. While it was FAR better than the soundtrack for Prince Caspian, I really missed the distinct themes that I fell in love with in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Since David Arnold wrote the music for the latest film instead of Harry Gregson-Williams, the Narnia themes that I have come to love were absent. (There are two tracks written by Gregson-Williams on this Cd - "High King and Queen of Narnia" and "Aslan Appears"; those are excellent) However, it is still a really good CD to listen to while I'm drawing/doing housework. Though I treasure movie scores with distinct themes (see my reviews on "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe" and "How To Train Your Dragon" soundtracks), sometimes I want a quieter, less-stimulating CD to listen to: this is perfect as background music! Many of the tracks are very slow-paced and quiet ("Sweet Water", "Time to Go Home", "Reepicheep", "Eustace on Deck", "1st Sword" and "Under the Stars" are the best quiet tracks), which is perfectly fine - just know that going into it. A few, on the other hand, are more exciting: "Duel" was the best exciting track, with "Market Forces" coming in as a close second.

On the whole, I really enjoy this soundtrack. While I do wish that more of the "Narnia" themes popped up every now and then, I have come to love the "Voyage" theme very much. Do be aware, going into it, that Carrie Underwood's excellent song from the end credits, "There's a Place for Us" is not on the CD! I was slightly disappointed when I saw that, but I soon got over it - "Time to Go Home" is such a perfect ending-track. All in all, while I can't say that this CD is as "stirring" or "magical" as the soundtrack for "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe", I have come to love this CD for its own qualities: "calming", "pleasant" and "lovely". I don't at all regret buying it and would recommend it to soundtrack-collectors like myself; it's worth the money!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Soundtrack That Will Transport You To Another World 22 de febrero de 2011
Por J. Larsen - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
As a fan of the Chronicles Of Narnia films and soundtracks that have accompanied them over the years, I have to say that the latest version takes a rather unique and different approach from the previous score talents of Harry Gregson-Williams who composed the other two soundtracks for "The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe" as well as "Prince Caspian." This time new comer David Arnold lends his musical score genius to the hit franchise and much like the film itself, the score that accompanies it transports you to another world filled with enchantment and mystery. Unlike its predecessor that has a much more engaging and thrilling theme, "The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader" takes a very wild departure in the soundtrack genre that's as sudden and unexpected as the moment when the three kids get sucked into the painting in the beginning of the film. David Arnold delivers a score that's clearly his alone and sets the mood with a more relaxed style in the form of very tranquil and soothing themes that are found throughout film. He also adds a slight touch of humor and rambunctiousness in certain parts such as in, "Duel" and "Reepicheep". Being a big fan of Harry Gregson-Williams' contribution to the Narnia film series, I have to say that this particular score as well as the film itself could have been much better but like they say, "All Good Things Must Come To An End" and rightfully so because after seeing "Voyage Of The Dawn Treader" I got the impression that this was the last chapter in the beloved story.
There were some tender moments throughout the film in the fact that many of these characters were in fact saying goodbye to each other for the last time and the gateway to the world of Narnia would be forever closed off to them. The film itself has a very nice storyline and an important message that's very relevant for today that young people can relate to which is, believe in yourself and don't be ashamed of who you are. In retrospect after seeing this film and listening to the CD, I have to say that the first two Narnia films and scores from the original composer are the best and although, David Arnold's score wasn't all that exciting it was still decent and worth the time to listen to. If you haven't had a chance to go see "Voyage Of The Dawn Treader" go check it out for a good time at the movies and maybe then you'd want to go get the soundtrack both are worth the time to take that special journey and go into another world.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good, but not "Narnia" 4 de febrero de 2011
Por K - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
First of all let's start of with: I own the previous two Narnia soundtracks and I watched the movie while before buying the Dawn Treader soundtrack. That being said, while I watched the movie, I felt that the "new" Narnia soundtrack fit the theme and direction of the "new" Narnia (ie new director). However, I felt that the lack of enough themes from the previous Narnia films gives it little Narnian continuity. The only two tracks that are common with the previous films are Aslan's Theme and the High King and Queen of Narnia Theme and unfortunately they played for a VERY short time in the movie. I feel like most people identify with Narnian music with Gregson-William's Battle Theme from the first movie (which did carry over to Prince Caspian).

Listening to the soundtrack by itself, I found it very quiet, peaceful, and beautiful with some more intense songs. Compared to the first two soundtracks, I found this one a bit boring. It has around 30 shortish tracks while the previous two had around 12 or so longer tracks that for the most part all had a unique sound. (Can't be said about the Dawn Treader soundtrack--many of the tracks sound verrry similar)

I feel that a movie soundtrack should be recognizable. A person who randomly hears it should go, "hey! that's music from the Narnia movies", but sadly, this music fails to do that.


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