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Re: Zzz!?
• Posted by: Erika   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 4:22 a.m.
• IP Address: philacad.andover.edu
• In Response to: Re: Zzz!? (Ash)

What you can do is measure it against other
> scores that attempt to do the same. In Williams's case your measuring this
> is score against some of his previous scores in the same genre. For
> example another score of Williams in the this genre would be
> "Hook" a far better score, that uses magic to much more effect.
> Is it just me or did the Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings score
> sound the same? The Rings score was slightly better than the Potter score,
> but to me both scores sound the same.

NONONONONONONO. The LOTR score is soooooo much better. Enya has such a pretty voice and it kind of lets you float along and lets you feel as though you are in a different world, a different dimension, a Medieval based setting. The Harry Potter score could pass off as the score to any other movie. It isn't special like the LOTR score is.




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       Ash - Wednesday, January 30, 2002, at 6:59 p.m.


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