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Re: Zzz!?
• Posted by: Lil' old me
• Date: Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 10:16 p.m.
• IP Address: 165.134.188.88
• In Response to: Re: Zzz!? (Erika)

> What you can do is measure it against other

> 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.

It depends on what kind of music you like. Sure, they're both classical scores, but they have very different feeling associated with them. Harry Potter is more magical (you can argue against that all you like, but I'm sticking to it) while LOTR is more dark and powerful. It takes much nore advantage of the choir. I have no clue how you could say that the two sound the same. It's like saying Metallica and Hootie and the Blowfish sound the same. I personally liked Harry Potter's score more, but I completely understand how you could feel the other way. Again, to say that the two sound the same is just retarded. That person must have never listened to a classical score before in their lives.




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