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Comments about the soundtrack for Cold Mountain (Gabriel Yared)

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Re: They may still reject it !!
• Posted by: Randall
• Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004, at 5:29 a.m.
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• In Response to: Cesar (Is a mistake this man composing Troy)

> Although i loveeeeee English Patient and Talented Mr.Ripley scores, is a
> mistake giving Yared the task of composing Troy. How can this man compose
> battle music for an epic? Is soooo paradoxal... put Horner, or Zimmer or
> Goldsmith...they are the best composing both action and epic scores.

I totally agree, I cant imagine Yared composing Epic, battle score.
It should be Goldsmith, Zimmer, Horner.
But it some time to premiere so they can still reject his score and hire someone else ( it happens all the time eg. "Timeline" )
I vould onlny dream for Goldsmith but he is great in quick composing. He could do it for Air Force One one of his greatest Comercial, Action Score.

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