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Comments about the soundtrack for Bicentennial Man (James Horner)
The Machine Age And Kaleidoscope

Dawn
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JS Park
The Machine Age And Kaleidoscope   Wednesday, August 25, 2004 (3:42 a.m.) 

Wow! I love the score for Bicentennial Man. But one thing I found interesting was that the piano piece in both The Machine Age and Kaleidoscope cue from A Beautiful Mind seem to be almost identical. It's a lovely piano piece, so I'm not complaining but it is very interesting indeed. Anyone else notice this?

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Dawn
Re: The Machine Age And Kaleidoscope   Saturday, September 4, 2004 (8:50 p.m.) 

> Wow! I love the score for Bicentennial Man. But one thing I found
> interesting was that the piano piece in both The Machine Age and
> Kaleidoscope cue from A Beautiful Mind seem to be almost identical. It's a
> lovely piano piece, so I'm not complaining but it is very interesting
> indeed. Anyone else notice this?

You're a little behind, but that's quite allright! Yes I noticed this but I really love both pieces so its ok.

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