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NEMO 016
year: 2005

project coordinator:Michael Peters
mastering: Michael Peters

Music for imaginary films or new soundtracks for existing films

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10 Mank
stream trackload mp3   In the Underground City
In the Underground City, Freder sees an old worker struggling with the dials on a piece of clock-like machinery.
The worker fails to keep up with the demands of the machine, and thus the machine blows up.
Freder begins to hallucinate that the masses of workers are being shoved into the mouth of the monstrous machine.
The imagery of Metropolis’ unquenchable hunger for more human lives is symbolically clear.

Link to movie clip with Mank's music at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TgLrB8ooLw
comment 27.12.2005: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  The download time to view the video in avi format is well worth it. Excellent job on this piece. I don't think we'll ever exhaust the possibilities of scores over Metropolis. I especially like how you time the music with the climax of the explosion, etc.

By the way, I created a wmv version of the avi file, which is a bit smaller, same audio quality, but smaller in size (9MB vs. the 50MB avi file). Let me know if you want me to send it to you.
comment 29.12.2005: rob switzer
  *Very* evocative of Metropolis -- I immediately knew which track this was without consulting the liner notes and found myself replaying the scene in my head. Excellent work.

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