Here is the latest version of “Mothra’s Song,” from the fun new film GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS. This is a beautiful, haunting little orchestral piece, in veneration to an exquisite deific creature Mothra (“Mosura” in Japanese). The flute and drums create a perfect harmony here, as if sky and earth are uniting through dance and song, evoked by the graceful flight of a giant, shimmering moth.
Music Video/Song: “Mothra’s Song” by Bear McCreary (Official Video on YouTube)
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4 thoughts on “Music Video/Song: “Mothra’s Song” by Bear McCreary (Official Video on YouTube)”
I really like Bear McCreary! Thank you for sharing this wonderful piece! He (and Ren Gill) wrote one of my very favorite pick-me-up pieces for the film Unrest. It’s called Patience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4AdPpgLGyY
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Thank you, including for posting this link to another song by Bear McCreary. I’ll listen to it sometime soon.
Wow! What a great instrumental. I often forget how much I truly enjoy listening to a song without words. The feelings invoked seem so pure. Your compelling portrayal of this beautiful piece of music is amazing. Thank you for sharing.
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I’m so glad you enjoyed it!