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My name is Hari Haran (simplified for easier pronunciation, believe me), and I'm a young fanatic of film scoring, music in general, cinema, and the arts, among other things. I'm currently a student at a secondary school, and have two more years to go till the much prophesied university life.
I was first introduced to the world of film scores by Hans Zimmer (not personally, though I probably would geek out should I get the chance). The first one to make an impressionable impact was his melodious traversion into Eastern waters, The Last Samurai. At a young age, I easily noted the tenderness of the koto and the erhu's deep mesmerising beauty. I remembered my passion for that score upon a re-watch many years later, and thus sparked my interest in the scores for films.
I enjoyed discovering more composers and their stylistic signatures immersed in numerous scores over the years, and have accepted that the impact of film music has changed and altered the way I view life; to embrace emotion, as a strength, and to further pursue creativity in its most anonymous form.
I have many hobbies, piano, writing, Tae-Kwon-Do, cricket, video gaming, watching movies and reading a good book every now and then.
My personal favourites would be Zimmer, Williams, Horner and Elfman. I am, however, respective of the course of change, and its powerful connotation with music as an element, and am always open to venture out of my comfort zone to explore something out of the blue.