> To let everyone know, I am not at all criticizing Williams, but, it kind
> of reminds us that even the very best composers "teal" their own
> music. Is that a bad thing? I don't think so!
> The whole "Horerism" thing from the reviewers I just don't get,
> for Horner was not the first film composer to repeat his music in other
> films, I think all composers have done this, so stop calling it Hornerism!
I agree with you, Pal. But you should know actual fact that John Williams repeats his own music in technical manner that means you have to make an deep observation whereas James Horner do not repeat his own music in technical way. Eventually, you can easily identify his repeated themes from his previous films. That's why people are making more complaints on Horner, he doesn't have talent to hide his own themes and cues. That's where the actual problem with Horner. Despite this, he is a very good composer.