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Comments about the soundtrack for A Beautiful Mind (James Horner)

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Re: All these anti-Hornerists, go home!
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• Posted by: Amuro   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, March 8, 2003, at 7:34 p.m.
• IP Address: 12-223-195-207.client.insightBB.com
• In Response to: All these anti-Hornerists, go home! (David Pintado)

> I am tired of large quantities of people writing posts, stating how they
> can't stand Horner and his repetitions. Fine. He's used some of his
> earlier thematic work and has incorporated it in his others. So, what? The
> point is, his music is the only music in a movie that have really created
> a lot of emotional response from. People keep praising John Williams,
> stating he's the greatest, he's the best. Sure he's good to fulfill that
> emotion where upbeat, happy type of music is needed. Adventurous and
> heroic. However, real life isn't full of the good guys always winning. I
> dunno. I just feel like Horner's music is a little more down to earth, in
> that I can find a lot of personal emotions that are supplemented with his
> music. Perhaps it is because I am an actor and roles that are created to
> express one in adventure, wonderment etc. is only a facade. Relating to
> something truly emotional and not so surface is what I find in a Horner
> score. There is something truly moving in his style, despite the is
> repetition.
I completely agree. I am a Composer myself and writing the type of music that John Williams writes is a little eaisier than the type that Horner composes. Horners music is typically more moving and that is difficult to do. And for Horner to be able to do that shows true talent. Williams is excellent but Horner is a little better (in my opinion) I may be the only person ever to think that, but that is how I feel. His music far more beautiful and describes a film like A Beautiful Mind perfectly!




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