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  Comments about: Born on the Fourth of July (John Williams)
• Posted by Sheridan <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2006, at 3:50 a.m.
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  Unavoidable To Listen

It is because this music is very expressive : it illustrates joy,sadness,
resignation,the will to fight for human rights and against human wickedness,bravery and determination.A nice example of the fact that not only James Horner agrees with John Barry' s composing principles,namely that all music must have a serious effect on human emotions,but also John Williams agrees with it.Heavenly strings and trumphets,accompanied by percussion and drums,made you cry,and reflect to human emotions felt by the main character,who never gives up his dreams,and continue to pursue them,despite most of the world disagrees with him for a long time.This soundtrack a must have for all self-respecting soundtrack collectors,and for all those people who like John Barry' s string-driven soundtracks and James Horner' s soundtracks which have a great effect on your emotions.

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