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Comments about the soundtrack for Crimson Tide (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: don't waste your money.
• Posted by: Kyri   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, April 25, 2002, at 1:31 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: don't waste your money. (Silentfurymm)

As for Goldenthal, well yes he is original. But only in the
> sense that his works are "new age" and do not inspire emotion.
> His works do not "stand alone" with out the pictures that
> correspond. If I am forced to listen to a piece until "I get used to
> it" than it wasnt really moving was it. A piece should strike you the
> first time you hear it as somthing you like or dislike, not something that
> is so bland you have to listen to it a few times.

Oh, man...what a terrible mistake you are doing by talking about Elliot Goldenthal like this...First of all, the term "New Age" in music applies to the "compositions" written by Zimmer. Elliot Goldenthal composes music which in musical terms can be classified as "Serious Contemporary music." Of course it is quite clear to me that we are talking on different levels. Elliot Goldenthal's level is the artistic level which only classical music can reach. It is the work of a composer who considers Film scoring a serious art and who composes music which is so very well CRAFTED(and not always the Zimmer 1-4-5-1 cheezy progressions). ...if you know what i mean....And i am really sorry you consider Goldenthal's music "bland." If it doesn't appeal to your tastes that doesn't mean that it is not artistic. ....with Zimmer of course, the case is quite different...

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