Vangelis - Mythodea (Music for the NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey) Trailer (2002)
"NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey"06 May 2002Music76 mins
The concert setting of the Temple of Zeus in Athens could not be more atmospheric if it tried and those cosmic and Hellenic artefact images projected onto the backdrop are superbly integrated with the music.Whoever edited the footage deserves an oscar,because every fade,cut-away and image-meld is executed with a supremely expert eye and ear,and more than one image will stun you with it's breathtaking beauty.Very well done to all concerned!
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