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Comments about the soundtrack for Braveheart (James Horner)

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Re: No.
• Posted by: Kevin Smith
• Date: Saturday, September 22, 2007, at 10:13 a.m.
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• In Response to: No. (Mystic)

> Every piece of music ever written has "stolen notes" from other
> music. This is ridiculous. Since there are a limited number of pitches and
> combinations of them, ultimately there is no such thing as stealing music.

> Even if the similarities are extremely numerous, that has nothing to do
> with plagiarism. That would be a coincidence, or even more likely, an
> overlap of the collective unconscious, which connects all human beings as
> one. We all get ideas from the same source ultimately, you see? So when it
> comes to art, there is really no such thing as stealing.

The first three notes of the love theme are the same from Jupiter. That's it, three notes. The rest of it is only superifically similar, on closer listen they are much different.

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