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Re: And chalk up another obscure justification
• Posted by: Glass
• Date: Thursday, November 4, 2010, at 1:18 p.m.
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• In Response to: And chalk up another obscure justification (GK)

> And you're sure that's what you want to imply?
> That Desplat deliberately made his score anonymous in order to "clear
> the template" for John Williams?

I'm not implying any deliberate intention, but the end result is that its anonymous nature gives who ever scores the second more freedom (desplat or williams). If it was intentional, that would be cool and smart.

> I've never heard of composers acting as warm-ups.
Neither have I, nor was I referring that Desplat intentionally was acting as such.

My comments meant no "ill-will" towards either Desplat or Williams, both of who are brilliant composers. I was merely stating my observations of the score.

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