Download links and information about Shattered Glass by Mychael Danna. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to New Age, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 23:43 minutes.
|Genre:||New Age, Theatre/Soundtrack|
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|1.||A Little Bit Humble||2:33|
|8.||There Is a State Called Nevada||1:26|
|12.||If You Remain Silent||2:26|
Canadian composer and occasional new age songsmith Mychael Danna has a way with constructive minimalism. His score for Shattered Glass, director Billy Ray's debut about the downfall of New Republic magazine journalist Stephen Glass, is an elegant triumph that resonates with a subtle blend of melancholy and whimsy. Danna deftly blends the electronic and the organic with a cool grace reminiscent of American Beauty composer Thomas Newman. For the rolling "TNR" — the thread that binds the piece — he employs a melodic string motif over a sparse stream of electronica that sounds like arranger Robert Kirby's work with '60s folk legend Nick Drake. The record is bookended by a lush theme that is just complex enough to illuminate the sweet simplicity of the pieces in between, resulting in a unique and balanced work that manages to enlighten despite its swift 23-minute playing time.