About “Miller’s Theme Remix”
“Miller’s Theme Remix” is a hidden song by Philip Glass from his album Music From The Thin Blue Line.
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About Music From The Thin Blue Line
Philip Glass is a renowned American composer who is known for his minimalistic, repetitive compositions. One of his most notable works is the soundtrack for the 1988 documentary film Music From The Thin Blue Line, directed by Errol Morris. The film is a gripping account of a murder case in Texas and Glass’s score perfectly captures the tension and drama of the story.
The album Music From The Thin Blue Line features a selection of Glass’s compositions for the film, including the haunting “Anthem – Part 1” and “Anthem – Part 2,” as well as the pulsating “Bad Detective.” The music is predominantly instrumental and features Glass’s signature style of layering repetitive melodic lines and motifs over a driving rhythm.
Music From The Thin Blue Line is an impressive example of Glass’s ability to create music that perfectly complements the visual imagery of a film. The album is a must-listen for fans of Glass’s work, as well as for those who appreciate minimalist music and film soundtracks.
How to find “Miller’s Theme Remix”
On CD: Play through the last track (track #19, (Emily”)
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