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Re: What if John Williams dies before Episode III?
• Posted by: MSM
• Date: Thursday, July 18, 2002, at 3:39 a.m.
• IP Address: pcsd27.cpedu.rug.nl
• In Response to: Re: What if John Williams dies before Episode ... (Dutch girl)

Huh??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Do
> you know what are you talking? Okey Arnold's Stargate is really
Why am
> I asking this, you will say that

> Oh my, I wonder what Williams himself would think if he read all of
> this...:O

> Greetings from a Dutch fan of John Williams, Star Wars and other SF.

> (If my english sucks, blame it on my nationality and the fact I'm only 15)

Hans Zimmer scoring a Star Wars movie!? I don't think so. That you're such a big fan of this man is no reason to say he would be able to replace Williams (by the way, I am talking to Levente Benedek).
David Arnold would not do bad, I agree. Although I think Arnold and Debney (and Silvestri) are no such good composers as they are orchestrators. Goldsmith has to much his own style. I wouldn't know who could satisfyingly replace Williams; maybe Don Davis? Or maybe William Ross, let's await his additional score for Harry Potter 2!

Groeten,
MSM




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