s4 songs

The violin scene at the end of The Final Problem is truly one of the most impactful moments (if not the most) in all of BBC Sherlock. I honestly am still speechless that Moftiss wrote something so profound. Eurus was beyond communication with the outside world after the events of this episode, back to the untouchable genius in her glass cage. But Sherlock. Sherlock, this incredible and kind man, who had lost so much to this woman, understood her and still reached out to help. He wasn’t encouraging her to play her own song, he was initiating a duet–so she wasn’t alone, even in her music. It was a conversation, it was understanding, it was connection. This man went beyond words, where others had failed and stopped trying, and showed her that she wasn’t alone. Sherlock has become- or perhaps he always was- one of the best men I’ve ever seen.

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So I was listening to the “The Final Problem” soundtrack, then I noticed something. The compositions have a sense of urgency, nervousness, tension etc. Then I noticed in the composition for the “i love you scene” the sound really resembles a beating heart, it’s as if listening to Sherlocks’ heart. In some of the songs there are beating heart sound too but it’s faint not really noticeable. But in the “pick up” the title of the song in the ily scene, the beating heart is pronounced throughout the song. Well what I’m really trying to say is, I think the composition reflects the intensity of the scene, the most intense scene in the entire episode. Could also reflect the true feeling of sherlock 😉


isak x even > favourite songs
lantern // the white birch

i watched the lanterns tilt
through days of darkened guilt
i prayed for newborn skies
to lift me up so high


somebody make me feel alive
and shatter me

a secret santa present for my mother Kate @propergenius (sorry this has nothing to do with Christmas but your aura and this song inspired me so here you go ily) 

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I don’t even know what the hell was going through my mind or why this happened.


I just have to say that the violin duet that turned into that wonderfully orchestrated piece at the end of the last episode of Sherlock is now one of my favorite things ever.

don’t second-guess your feelings
            you were right from the   s t a r t