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20th Nov '16 9:57:35 AM mlsmithca
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdEm7-mIdP0 "Let It All Out"]] by Miho Fukuhara. It starts playing after [[spoiler: Winry got close to killing Scar for murdering her parents. When Winry starts crying after Ed talks to her, the song plays literally saying "let it all out".]] This moment said so much about the series in general especially because it is a cathartic moment in the series. So much turmoil had built up to that point where there is a good emotional release to drive the series forward.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdEm7-mIdP0 "Let It All Out"]] by Miho Fukuhara. It starts playing after [[spoiler: Winry got gets close to killing Scar for murdering her parents. When Winry starts crying after Ed talks to her, the song plays literally saying lyrics say "let it all out".]] This moment said says so much about the series in general especially because it is a cathartic moment in the series. So moment; so much turmoil had has built up to that point where there is a good emotional release to drive the series forward.forward.
20th Nov '16 3:52:38 AM Musicrox4ever
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*[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdEm7-mIdP0 "Let It All Out"]] by Miho Fukuhara. It starts playing after [[spoiler: Winry got close to killing Scar for murdering her parents. When Winry starts crying after Ed talks to her, the song plays literally saying "let it all out".]] This moment said so much about the series in general especially because it is a cathartic moment in the series. So much turmoil had built up to that point where there is a good emotional release to drive the series forward.
15th Nov '16 2:44:17 PM TheFez
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** The first opening theme [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEaPDdhPsWE "again"]], which, like "Brothers", is both heart-wrenching and beautiful.

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** The first opening theme [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEaPDdhPsWE com/watch?v=2uq34TeWEdQ "again"]], which, like "Brothers", is both heart-wrenching and beautiful.
14th Jul '16 2:18:23 PM mlsmithca
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* The track appropriately titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsNRdZ-lUB0&ab_channel=videfabul1 Philosopher's Stone]] is a haunting, mysterious piece, full of airy percussion, that's perfect for the scenes with revelations about alchemy, the homunculi and, of course, the Stone.
* A lot of the big brassy songs used for scenes involving the military. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJWlqDisISE&ab_channel=videfabul1 Fortify]] is used in a lot of battle scenes, and in revelations about the military's crimes, and make it clear just how powerful it is. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqBIQP5MjP4 "Invasion"]] (if the YT link no longer works, it's also on the first OST album) also accompanies a lot of those scenes, but also some lighterhearted moments at Military HQ, which fits with how its mood is more ambiguous than the mightier, and angrier, "Fortify"
* One of my favorites though is "Kei," or "Devotion," which is used for a lot of the scenes in and about Ishbal, especially the ones involving Scar. You can listen to it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GowvJQvOcTA&index=6&list=PL9CD1A1D6FAA8370C&ab_channel=entrevide5 here]]. The hymn-like sound to it represents Scar's devotion to his religion and his mission of revenge, and makes the whole thing feel very epic. Especially in the anime, which often omits the organ and just uses the choral track a cappella, which sounds very old and haunting.

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* The track appropriately titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsNRdZ-lUB0&ab_channel=videfabul1 com/watch?v=jsNRdZ-lUB0 Philosopher's Stone]] is a haunting, mysterious piece, full of airy percussion, that's perfect for the scenes with revelations about alchemy, the homunculi and, of course, the Stone.
* A lot of the big brassy songs used for scenes involving the military. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJWlqDisISE&ab_channel=videfabul1 com/watch?v=oJWlqDisISE Fortify]] is used in a lot of battle scenes, and in revelations about the military's crimes, and make it clear just how powerful it is. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqBIQP5MjP4 "Invasion"]] (if the YT link no longer works, it's also on the first OST album) also accompanies a lot of those scenes, but also some lighterhearted moments at Military HQ, which fits with how its mood is more ambiguous than the mightier, and angrier, "Fortify"
"Fortify".
* One of my favorites though is "Kei," or "Devotion," which is used for a lot of the scenes in and about Ishbal, especially the ones involving Scar. You can listen to it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GowvJQvOcTA&index=6&list=PL9CD1A1D6FAA8370C&ab_channel=entrevide5 here]].com/watch?v=GowvJQvOcTA "Kei,"]] or "Devotion," which is used for a lot of the scenes in and about Ishbal, especially the ones involving Scar. The hymn-like sound to it represents Scar's devotion to his religion and his mission of revenge, and makes the whole thing feel very epic. Especially in the anime, which often omits the organ and just uses the choral track a cappella, which sounds very old and haunting.
14th Jul '16 2:06:51 PM AnneOfCleves
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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of ''{{Baccano}}'' and several scenes in ''Anime/YourLieInApril''), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].

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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of ''{{Baccano}}'' ''{{Anime/Baccano}}'' and several scenes in ''Anime/YourLieInApril''), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].
14th Jul '16 2:06:15 PM AnneOfCleves
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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of ''{{Baccano}}'' and several scenes in ''YourLieInApril''), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].

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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of ''{{Baccano}}'' and several scenes in ''YourLieInApril''), ''Anime/YourLieInApril''), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].
14th Jul '16 2:05:44 PM AnneOfCleves
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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of {{Baccano}} and several scenes in YourLieInApril), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].

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* The use of Chopin's "Tristesse" Etude in the series finale. It's a really common choice in anime (used, among other places, in the finale of {{Baccano}} ''{{Baccano}}'' and several scenes in YourLieInApril), ''YourLieInApril''), but it's particularly well-placed here, especially given the title of the piece (French for "sadness") contrasted with its hopeful mood. It perfectly fits the bittersweet ending, [[spoiler: where the brothers are separated but hopeful and fighting for their reunion, Roy and Riza are closer than ever even after he was seriously wounded in his attempt to overthrow the Führer, and so on]].
14th Jul '16 2:04:28 PM AnneOfCleves
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYxjP43-6u0 "Far East Suite"]] from the first Brotherhood OST, despite not appearing on the show.
** Also the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFBe0Eolh48 pizzicato version]] that plays in a lot of the more lighthearted scenes in the early episodes. Impossible to listen to without a smile creeping onto your face.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYxjP43-6u0 "Far East Suite"]] from the first Brotherhood OST, despite not appearing OST. It doesn't appear on the show.
** Also the
show, but a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFBe0Eolh48 pizzicato version]] that plays in a lot of the more lighthearted scenes in the early episodes. Impossible to listen to without a smile creeping onto on your face.
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