I got my Criterion copy of Passion of Joan of Arc in, and am really torn-for my first viewing, should I watch it silent, or with the new orchestral score, "Voices of Light?" My main reason for asking is that I want to see it as Dreyer intended. I know how much of a perfectionist he was, and don't want to violate that intent. Obviously, he didn't know about Voices of Light, specifically, but was it written with an outer score in mind? If it was written with a rinky-tink piano score in mind, I've got no problem watching it with Voices of Light. But if he intended it to play silent, silent it is for me. Anybody know what Dreyer intended?