Posted by: Jaymz <Send E-Mail> Date: Thursday, July 24, 2003, at 5:39 a.m. IP Address: mail.osmetech.co.uk
In Response to:
Theme? Precisely what is required to constitute theme? Your quest for a "theme" tells me you have rigid, preconceived expectations in art. Maybe Philip Glass should have consulted you as his personal muse before composing this music? Then The Hours soundtrack would be just like everything else. Nix that thought.
> I do admit that this score is very good, and is completely deserving of
> its Oscar nomination, but I would like to know, where is the theme? The
> score flows nicely, but I found it hard to listen to at times, because of
> its lack of a good solid theme. Does anyone feel the same way, or is it
> just me?