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Comments about the soundtrack for The Empire Strikes Back (John Williams)

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Re: Better than Episode IV
• Posted by: Karol   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at 12:00 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-flat-stand-150.84-47-63.telecom.sk
• In Response to: Re: Better than Episode IV (Amuro)

> Alright, first of all, I agree, Empire is better than A New Hope. However,
> to those Horner statements... I think the theme from "Willow" is
> amazing in every way, I think its gorgeous. I also like all of the themes
> in "Legends of the Fall" and I think both of these scores are
> better than many of Williams' finest works. This does not mean that I am a
> Horner fanboy, I like Horner just as much as I like Williams, true, but
> then again, I like Elfman just as much, and Newman (of the Thomas variety)
> as just as much too. I try to see the good in every composer, and I try to
> like them equally, I realize sometimes this doesn' work, but still, it
> saves all the "fanboy" crap.

Good point. The themes heard in star trek 2 and 3, land before time, even the ones in commando, btw. an excellent action score, should be mentioned as well.




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