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john williams was first hans zimmer

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john williams was first hans zimmer   Wednesday, April 25, 2007 (10:29 a.m.) 

have you realized that the track named "setting the trap" has the style that has made hans zimmer so famous, john williams score for home alone is even older than the famous eforts for crisom tide of hans zimmer. John williams is the best composer of our era and the most creative one



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Re: john williams was first hans zimmer   Monday, April 7, 2008 (8:06 p.m.) 

> have you realized that the track named "setting the trap" has
> the style that has made hans zimmer so famous, john williams score for
> home alone is even older than the famous eforts for crisom tide of hans
> zimmer. John williams is the best composer of our era and the most
> creative one

Of course, you're right, he is the pioneer for Hans Zimmer


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