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Comments about the soundtrack for Flesh + Blood (Basil Poledouris)

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Re: Bombastic and fantastic, but unnecessary to compare with Conan
• Posted by: mastadge
• Date: Friday, January 21, 2011, at 8:17 a.m.
• IP Address: 66.250.143.158
• In Response to: Bombastic and fantastic, but unnecessary to co... (Sheridan)

I agree with this and the previous comment. Flesh+Blood is a whole different beast from Conan. Conan is a pre-historic fantasy; Flesh+Blood is a tale of the transition from the Middles Ages to the Renaissance, of the clash of barbarity and culture/science, and is about the least "fantastical" medieval historical out there. Conan is a Prokofievan epic; Flesh+Blood is a more Rózsan sort of epic. Different flavors, different styles.




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