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What's Wrong with you all...
• Posted by: R.J.Robinson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 20, 2005, at 1:06 p.m.
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Zimmer and Williams, both have their own unique ways of scoring. Why make stupid comments when you barely understand what film composing or music in general is about. For once, forget the action music, think of music being at its highest form, the most powerful, moving music, now ask yourself this, what moving scores and other music have Williams and Zimmer done. OK, Williams has done Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, over 60 other moving scores, plus he has captured the spirit of many Olympic Games, some,.. Seoul 1988, Atlanta 1996, Salt Lake City 2002 etc. He composed, Hymn To The Fallen, the Schindler's List Soundtrack, For Always, Home Alone Music, E.T. some of the most moving, respected music of all time.


Has Zimmer done any Olympic Games, ...
Has Zimmer ever produced a very moving score...
I love the Last Samurai score but I doesn't even come close to any of Williams Masterpieces. Besides, a few of his scores aren't even in sync with the film, the timing's all wrong.

Williams Conjours Magic, Zimmer Writes Great Action Music

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