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Comments about the soundtrack for Black Gold (James Horner)
a bit of Stravinsky there...

DanE
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Flo
a bit of Stravinsky there...   Friday, March 2, 2012 (4:27 a.m.) 

Listen to the track "The Blowing Sands", then to the Introduction of the Second Part of Igor Stravinskys Rite of Spring (or Sacre du Printemps). You can very clearly hear where the inspiration comes from...
Nonetheless a fine score from James Horner! I like it a lot, especially that one track.



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DanE
Re: a bit of Stravinsky there...   Monday, May 6, 2013 (9:00 a.m.) 

> Listen to the track "The Blowing Sands", then to the
> Introduction of the Second Part of Igor Stravinskys Rite of Spring (or
> Sacre du Printemps). You can very clearly hear where the inspiration comes
> from...
> Nonetheless a fine score from James Horner! I like it a lot, especially
> that one track.

Hehehe, I thought the same the moment I listened to that track . It somehow feels a little more than just inspired by tho ... The part where Horner puts his main theme on top the Stravinsky-esque chords is awesome tho.


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