The official website for The 33 has released several minutes of James Horner’s film score. The music released is from the final rescue of the miners near the end of the film. All the composer's genius shines here with melodies that feature the talents of flutist Tony Hinnigan.
The movie The 33, directed by Patricia Riggen, tells the story of the 33 Chilean miners who were trapped in a mine in the Atacama desert, 700 meters under the surface, when the mine caved in on August 5, 2010. For 69 days, the miners were stuck as rescue teams on the surface, with the eyes of the world on them, struggled to find a way to get them out, all while food and water was rapidly becoming scarce for the miners trapped below.
The movie is released in the U.S. on November 13th.
To listen to the extract click here:
Photo credit: © Alcon Entertainment – Warner Brothers

3 thoughts on “THE 33: A LONG LISTENING EXTRACT”

  1. Jack Grensleaves

    The Beauty remains, also the grief for an unpredictable and sudden loss. Miss him so much, the fragment is pure Horner, for better or worse. God bless Tonny Hennigan also.

  2. At last I have this wonderful music to listen to. thank you James, it’s beautiful. The guitar on Hope is Love is simply stunning. I adore it and feel so sad there may not be much more of his magical music to appreciate. Pamela

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