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Comments about the soundtrack for The Hours (Philip Glass)
I don't know why they hate the musice....

Lyle
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I don't know why they hate the musice....   Sunday, March 16, 2003 (6:06 p.m.) 

I think it's just amzaing, and one of the best scores I've heard (my best consist of Lawrence of Arabia, Schindler's List, Mulan, Prince of Egypt, etc.). Just sample Morning Passages and The Hours and listen to it twice or more -- you'll really be hooked. If you're still not won over, then maybe overly atmospheric or ambient scores aren't your forte

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Re: I don't know why they hate the musice....   Tuesday, March 18, 2003 (5:04 p.m.) 

> I think it's just amzaing, and one of the best scores I've heard (my best
> consist of Lawrence of Arabia, Schindler's List, Mulan, Prince of Egypt,
> etc.). Just sample Morning Passages and The Hours and listen to it twice
> or more -- you'll really be hooked. If you're still not won over, then
> maybe overly atmospheric or ambient scores aren't your forte

Um...I think that you are right. I like music that has a consistent THEME. Ya, that's all I have to say.


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I really liked this one...   Thursday, April 3, 2003 (7:50 p.m.) 

I really liked this soundtrack very much... I am not an expert in music, I've never studied music so I cannot comment on it with all those complicated terminology... But I am discussing this soundtrack as a layman who's just trying to listen to some good music. I like the fact that this piece of work by Philip Glass is so plain and pure. It doesn't matter whether you listen to it as an accompaniment to the movie itself or as a work of music on its own. I just think it's great. I feel it is a great accompaniment to those quiet afternoons or nights when you are trying to think about something real deep, or just to philosophise about life, which is what I do (esp. after watching the film itself) Enjoy

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