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Matt S.
Continuity   Tuesday, March 1, 2011 (9:14 a.m.) 

"But more problematic in regards to Desplat's achievement and the franchise as a whole is the continued lack of identity for "Harry Potter" music in general. Doyle began this trend, and it has been exacerbated by Hooper"

Actually John Williams began this trend as regards thematic continuity


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Re: Continuity   Wednesday, March 2, 2011 (7:51 p.m.) 

> Actually John Williams began this trend as regards thematic continuity

"Some listeners contend that Williams himself began to "lose" the identity of his previously established sound for the franchise in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but despite his dismissal of some of the themes from the first two films, he kept the nucleus of the musical identity intact through smart placements of recurring elements and, more importantly, the simple continuation of his distinct style of writing."

Next time read the review before posting.



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Matt S.
Re: Continuity   Thursday, March 3, 2011 (8:55 a.m.) 

> "Some listeners contend that Williams himself began to
> "lose" the identity of his previously established sound for the
> franchise in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but despite his
> dismissal of some of the themes from the first two films, he kept the
> nucleus of the musical identity intact through smart placements of
> recurring elements and, more importantly, the simple continuation of his
> distinct style of writing."

> Next time read the review before posting.

I published that comment before the revised version of the review was published. And Christian gave me the reason in a way 'cause he pointed out Williams actually left his themes aside for POA


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Matt S.
Now, now ....   Friday, March 4, 2011 (8:54 a.m.) 

> "Some listeners contend that Williams himself began to
> "lose" the identity of his previously established sound for the
> franchise in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but despite his
> dismissal of some of the themes from the first two films, he kept the
> nucleus of the musical identity intact through smart placements of
> recurring elements and, more importantly, the simple continuation of his
> distinct style of writing."

> Next time read the review before posting.

It's rare enough that a woman comes to the community, don't scare her away right from the start


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