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Still my favorite Williams score

c. j.
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Still my favorite Williams score   Sunday, April 11, 2004 (9:22 p.m.) 

I have around twenty film soundtracks now, and this one was the first soundtrack and CD that I ever owned. I didn't really know John Williams that well when this film came along, but I knew his earlier works. Once I heard his score for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, I became so engaged in his material. Now, I am a big fan of his, and I really enjoy listening to his music. That's why I love this soundtrack so much; it opened up my heart to music and the composer. Thanks, Mr. Williams!

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Re: Still my favorite Williams score   Tuesday, July 20, 2004 (11:00 a.m.) 

> I have around twenty film soundtracks now, and this one was the first
> soundtrack and CD that I ever owned. I didn't really know John Williams
> that well when this film came along, but I knew his earlier works. Once I
> heard his score for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, I became so
> engaged in his material. Now, I am a big fan of his, and I really enjoy
> listening to his music. That's why I love this soundtrack so much; it
> opened up my heart to music and the composer. Thanks, Mr. Williams!

So what you're saying here is that you are really interested in filmmusic, but hadn't heard any John Williams music before Harry Potter? Wow, now that's a major accomplishment if you ask me. It's like being really interested in music, but not knowing who the Beatles were.
John Williams is, and for always will be, the king of filmmusic. Thanks for every magical experience you have brought us


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