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Comments about the soundtrack for Crimson Tide (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: You cannot measure the quality...
• Posted by: Kyri   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, April 29, 2002, at 10:28 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: You cannot measure the quality... (Blake)

1: Personally, I like some of those too, but after a
> while, they get tiring, more new screaches with no melody, and I consider
> melody a necessary part in music.

2: No one could write this soundrack except Hans Zimmer,
> and it's very enjoyable.

3: This soundtrack Is art.

4: And if mature music is a
> bunch of dissonant chords with no melody, just new ways of banging a bow
> on a violin or cello, I'd rather be a two year old sucking my thumb for
> the rest of my life.

1:Are you implying that Elliot Goldenthal's music has no lyricism or melody in it? hmmmmm.....
2:True...that's because not many people WANT to write this kind of music.
3:Well, it might be art, but is it ART MUSIC? There is a huge difference in that...
4:I didn't say that the only mature music is Contemporary music...I don't recall Williams's or Goldsmith's music being extremely atonal....And i really don't like this synthesizer c*** that Zimmer composes. If you want to see some really good use of synthesizers, try the beginning of Alien3. Just listen to how those added elements blend with the sound of the orchestra and the images. Not just "....oh, WOW that beat there is SOOOOO COOL...""....WOW Zimmer does it again..bla bla bla..." Come on....i mean, it's like listening to more refined techno...Don't tell me you consider techno ART MUSIC....
Just try listening to it more carefully.

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