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Comments about the soundtrack for Enemy at the Gates (James Horner)
and what about Rachmaninoff???

Roman
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and what about Rachmaninoff???   Monday, March 10, 2003 (4:49 p.m.) 

Hey, guys... haven't you ever heard about Rachmaninoff's first symphony??? Just listen to the beginnnning!!! And you never hesitate about where Horner's found his great motif!!!!!!!!

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Re: and what about Rachmaninoff???   Thursday, February 12, 2004 (4:53 a.m.) 

> Hey, guys... haven't you ever heard about Rachmaninoff's first symphony???
> Just listen to the beginnnning!!! And you never hesitate about where
> Horner's found his great motif!!!!!!!!

Just listened to Rachmaninov's 1st. Totally agree, the famous "Horner danger motif" indeed is very much apparent throughout the entire symphony!

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Re: and what about Rachmaninoff???   Saturday, February 4, 2006 (12:33 p.m.) 

> Hey, guys... haven't you ever heard about Rachmaninoff's first symphony???
> Just listen to the beginnnning!!! And you never hesitate about where
> Horner's found his great motif!!!!!!!!

In fact the entire major thematic material of Rachmaninov's 1st symphony (prevalent in all four movements) is the basis for any danger in Enemy at the Gates.

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