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Michael Björk
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Great Theme!   Wednesday, March 27, 2002 (7:28 a.m.) 

This score is very nice! I havent seen this movie yet even if it is quite
an old movie. The theme in here really nice. Hans Zimmer really does a good job
when he composes action music. The Japanese shakhuchi flute sounds in this score has also been re-used in "Pearl Harbour". But the ques that uses these sounds are not on the score CD. You will have to have the Pearl Harbor DVD to compare the sounds.

//Mike

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Michael Björk
Re: Great Theme!   Monday, April 15, 2002 (4:40 a.m.) 

What is this shakhuchi flute exactly? It is the same when the japanase are closing to the harbour in Pearl Harbour?

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Re: Great Theme!   Monday, April 15, 2002 (11:31 p.m.) 

> What is this shakhuchi flute exactly? It is the same when the japanase are
> closing to the harbour in Pearl Harbour?

Yes.


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Jim
Sakuachi Flute   Thursday, April 25, 2002 (2:30 p.m.) 

Are you guys talking about the Sakuachi Flute?
I think that's what you mean.
If you like the instrument, it has some breathtaking performances in James Horner's Willow and Legends of the Fall.

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Re: Musical Score/Crimson Tide   Sunday, May 19, 2002 (8:04 a.m.) 

> Obviously, everyone has his/her opinion on what is good and what isn't. Just because someone says, "don't waste your money" doesn't mean the soundtrack isn't a good one. Some people just think they know what is best and what isn't and feel they must prove it to everyone else by denigrating what they don't like. Mr. "don't waste your money" seems to fall into this category. He seems to have appointed himself as judge, jury and executioner when it comes to excellent music on soundtracks. If this makes him feel better then fine. It doesn't make him an "expert" anymore than it makes the rest of us "experts". In my humble opinion, the soundtrack of Crimson Tide is outstanding. Probably the best I've heard in quite sometime. It evokes feelings of anticipation, excitement, wonder and awe...all rolled into one. I enjoy music for it's ease in listening, not it's level of complication. So if you truly enjoy a musical score that sets itself apart from the rest, Crimson Tide is worth every penney.


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Re: Musical Score/Crimson Tide   Saturday, July 12, 2003 (10:31 p.m.) 

It's one of the most impressive music that I've heard due to WW2 so that by which mean can I get the music score of LOST MEMERIES on flute.:)

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Re: Musical Score/Crimson Tide   Saturday, July 12, 2003 (10:33 p.m.) 

It's one of the most impressive music that I've heard due to WW2 so that by which mean can I get the music score of STOLEN MEMERIES on flute.:)

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Re: Great Theme!   Sunday, October 20, 2002 (2:22 p.m.) 

> This score is very nice! I havent seen this movie yet even if it is quite
>
an old movie. The theme in here really nice. Hans Zimmer really does a
> good job
when he composes action music. The Japanese shakhuchi flute
> sounds in this score has also been re-used in "Pearl Harbour".
> But the ques that uses these sounds are not on the score CD. You will have
> to have the Pearl Harbor DVD to compare the sounds.

> //Mike

You should hear all of the theme, its not the full one on this site. Download it from the net. It's worth it.


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