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Comments about the soundtrack for Enemy at the Gates (James Horner)

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Re: Williams Ripoff
• Posted by: Andrew Abrahamson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, February 19, 2001, at 12:24 p.m.
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• In Response to: Williams Ripoff (BWright)

> I wished that Mr. Clemmensen had mentioned in his review that the final
> track in the ENEMY AT THE GATES soundtrack is a direct "lifting"
> of John Williams' award winning title theme from SCHINDLER'S LIST. For
> those who are curious...go to sony classical's website and download the
> clip (www.sonyclassical/music/89522/).
Mr. Horner has sunk to new
> lows! What are your thoughts?

Now obviously I havent heard the entire score yet, just the sound clips and those #####awful recordings from the German release, but you guys are going out of control with your Horner bashings. Granted he HAS most certainly pulled some of his old work for this film, but are we really that surprised. Lord he's been doing this now for years. And from the sounds of it there is still some quality cues underneith all that, plus it will make a solid complement to the film, I dont think this score is as nearly as bad as you are all trying to make it seem. But only time will tell. Still cant wait to get it. 3 cheers for Horner.

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