Some consider this to be one of the best Jerry Goldsmith scores to-date. Interestingly, Goldsmith had limited time to compose the score with only three and a half days to record the entire thing.
This sequence is from the epic battle and finale at the end of the film, and it is truly a massive cue. It is a percussive powerhouse, and it truly represents the apogee of Goldsmith's choral writing. The complexity and synergy with the music and what you see on screen cannot be understated - it is truly a work of genius.
Where to watch: https://letterboxd.com/film/first-knight/
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