Dragonheart. This is definitely Edelman's best yet! If you liked the soundtrack to Gettysburg, then this score will also appeal to you. Edelman uses much of the same features as he used in Gettysburg, including using the guitar and flute often (like he did with Gettysburg on the track, "Fife and Gun") Edelman uses the guitar quite often in Dragonheart. Track number one, "The World of the Heart", starts with strings and a lonely bell in the background. As the music progresses, a guitar joins up with the rest of the orchestra, 'til it eventually leads to the main theme, where strings play as the primary instruments, and brass in the background. The main title is very inspiring, and is used occasionally in other tracks on the CD. Another good track that is "The Last Dragon Slayer", in which a flute and guitar play together as the main instruments till later into the music, where strings and brass start playing and the music begins to get a little on the tense side. Most of the music on this CD is dominated by strings, so anybody who likes the violin will love this soundtrack! Track 15, "Finale", is basically the main theme from Dragonheart, however, after the main theme is played, it blends into other music that has been mixed together from other tracks. I wouldn't hesitate to add this soundtrack to my collection. This is Edelman's best so far!