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Comments about the soundtrack for Finding Nemo (Thomas Newman)

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Re: Thank You VERY much
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Thursday, November 11, 2004, at 9:57 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Thank You VERY much (JS Park)

> Oh I love love love the piano theme for Meet Joe Black. But arent we
> forgetting the composer that is a lit better then Hanz Zimmer at least?
> DANNY ELFMAN. How DARE you leave him out???? He is MUCH more diverse then
> Williams and Horner. Thomas Newman is cool too. Forget WIlliams, he is
> history...bland, un-unique, boring style. Wake up! Its time for Tom
> Newman, Elfman, and Goldenthal!

Wow, its been awhile since I Wrote those stupid comments at the top, I've listened to A LOT of Newman now, and I've broadened my horizons much more. I can't say I particularly enjoy Goldenthal though. I still want to compose, but I've undergone some changes! Now I write liberally for the brass as is heard in my first real concert work "Atlanticdämmerung" and I am quite good at writing for Wind Ensembles as can be heard in some of my works like "The Flamingo"... I'm hoping to get both of those pieces published some time, with help from my saxophone teacher! Thank you all again, for your kind words, some of which were given over a year ago!

Thank you all!


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