|3.||Strong As Iron||0:53|
|4.||Counter – Clockwise||1:44|
|5.||Atique's Theme / Begotten By Sea||1:42|
|10.||So Many Stars||1:58|
|11.||Memories Of Jeena||2:09|
|12.||A Night In Wakra||2:14|
|13.||Jeena Calls At Night||1:33|
|15.||Into Her World||2:10|
|19.||Heading To Kharaba||1:13|
|20.||The Tatoo Disappears||2:58|
|21.||I Am Always With You||2:06|
|22.||Rain / Atique Dies||2:41|
|23.||The Journey Ends||2:32|
|Total Album Time:||47:53|
From the Manufacturer
Directed by Khalifa al-Muraikhi, Clockwise was the first movie produced in Qatar. In order to bring some Western sensibilities to this colorful recreation of 1001 Arabian Nights-style fantasies, the director hired Polish composer Maciek Dobrowolski to do the score for the film.
The score features four big themes in total, most of them are recurring in various cues. There's a theme for female jinn Jeena, whom the composer saw as the main character. There's one theme for Saad's surrogate father, Maciek's personal favorite of the bunch. The third key theme for the time-travelling represents the transition between the present and the 1920s when the main part of the movie takes place. Finally there's the brooding music for Kharaba (the world of the jinns) and some self-contained pieces, like an authentic dance.
Clockwise is the first feature length-score from Maciekbased on its quality, we can hope to work with him on many more occasions!
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