I'm listening to this CD at this very moment, and it still moves me. I've been a huge James Horner fan for many years now, but lately I have been adding some composers to my favourites-list. This is the only CD composed by Klaus Badelt I currently own, but I dare say that it surpasses several James Horners, though it does remind me of him. I haven't even seen the movie yet, but I don't think it will be better than this soundtrack. The first song on this album, as well as the third, contains in my eyes the best part of it, being a majestic horn or baritone-solo. The majestic and emotional parts of the CD are my favourites, but the upbeat tempos are very good composed as well. Klaus Badelt is a fairly new composer in Hollywood, and I personally always hesitate to buy soundtracks composed by unknown composers. But I can assure you that if you either like James Horner or Hans Zimmer, you will like this CD as well, since Klaus Badelt is somewhere in between those two. You won't regret buying it. Like I said, there's emotional music on it (playing right now) with choir, there's action music with a lot of percussion, there are even tracks containing parts of choir singing, which reminds me a bit of Adiemus. There's something for everyone.