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Martin Scorsese's energetic, visually rich biopic of billionaire industrialist Howard Hughes shrewdly eschews the strange, cloistered existence of the enigma's last quarter century to focus on his exploits as reckless heir, Hollywood playboy and record-setting aviator.
The film's pop 'n' jazz oriented song-score colors its era and locales, but this rich, Golden Globe-nominated orchestral soundtrack by veteran Howard Shore explores the complex emotional landscape of its central character.
Utilizing an orchestral palate that initially wends from the bright, neo-baroque promise of "Icarus" to the foreshadowing bombast of "Hollywood 1927" before turning ever more angular, modern and brooding, Shore's music increasingly gets beneath the skin of Hughes the man. It's a masterful symphonic portrait of an enfant terrible fighting a losing battle with his own demons, even as he's conquering every realm he chooses.
If you would like to win your own copy of this great new CD soundtrack, just answer this easy question: Which 1997 film did 'Aviator' composer Howard Shore compose that included the track, 'Happy Birthday, Nicholas'?
Send me your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new CD soundtracks. Just send us an e:mail here before March 6th with your answer and the subject title 'AVIATOR CD' to:
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