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Comments about the soundtrack for The Hours (Philip Glass)

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Re: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar
• Posted by: Guillermo
• Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2003, at 4:12 a.m.
• IP Address: 212.51.62.153
• In Response to: Let's hope it doesn't win the Oscar (Carl H.)

> I mean come on, it's Philip Glass. He's a classical music composer, not a
> film composer. It's like seeing the score to THE PIANIST win for best
> score or something. I don't care who wins this year (although I'm praying
> for Williams) as long as it's not Glass for THE HOURS. What a boring, dull
> little score!!

Letīs see. "Philip Glass is a classical music composer, not a film composer"...

And tell me, friend, whatīs the matter? Heīs not a fil composer but he is a MUSICIAN, and was nominated īcos he composed music for a FILM. Is it very difficult for you to understand?

Friend... If musicians that arenīt film composers cannot win awards like this... poor Vangelis! (for example)

Guillermo.




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