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Re: Some advice
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Sunday, November 23, 2003, at 4:42 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Some advice (Adam P.)

> Whoever wrote his opinion (the one that i'm responding to) knows what
> he/she is talking about! And another piece of advice to anyone wanting to
> score movies, Don't only buy the soundtrack, WATCH THE MOVIE TOO!! You can
> have the music, but if you don't see the movie, then you have no idea how
> the composer was inspired!!!

I make it a priority, to listen to composers such as Mozart, and to an extent Offenbach (i love Can-Can ). And I love the score to the original Robin Hood, by Erich Korngold, and I also make it a piority to watch the films as well, to see how everything fits, and I am currently working on a score for my friends film...Its coming along nicely built around a minor key two note theme, which is preformed on a horribly out of tune piano. But it works! Thank you all, for your kind advice, and I will take it to heart!


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