I don't know to what extent people bother to listen to music that is recommended on these types of thread (I personally find them great sources of music I otherwise may never have heard of) but given some of the responses - Braveheart, The Mission, Last of the Mohicans etc) I would thoroughly recommend you give this a go.
This is an album by the Portugese composer Brunuhville. His music is described as a mix of Celtic, Gothic, Folk and Orchestral. As far as I know, the music from this album has never been used as a soundtrack...but it should be! Please give this a try. Some of the tracks are growers, but there are a number of "immediate" songs that are truly beautiful; Memories, Dragonland, The Nightingale, Vampire Tales, hell, there all so damn good!
I would be interested to know what people think
Gee...guess that answered that query ... oh well.
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