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Comments about the soundtrack for The Legend of Zorro (James Horner)
What the heck??

Sil
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John Groshko
What the heck??   Friday, November 18, 2005 (10:01 a.m.) 

Did John Williams ghost-write the last 3 minutes of The Train? Not just the bits that sounded like Episode 3, but the rhythms in the strings and brass, as well as the fanfares, don't sound like Horner at all. Not that I'm complaining, because that moment at 9:41 is pure genius. Even the runs in the violins with the harp like at 10:13 sounds like Silvestri if anything.

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John Groshko
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Nick
Re: What the heck??   Friday, November 18, 2005 (10:18 a.m.) 

> Did John Williams ghost-write the last 3 minutes of The Train? Not just
> the bits that sounded like Episode 3, but the rhythms in the strings and
> brass, as well as the fanfares, don't sound like Horner at all. Not that
> I'm complaining, because that moment at 9:41 is pure genius. Even the runs
> in the violins with the harp like at 10:13 sounds like Silvestri if
> anything.

WOW! It does sound alot like Star Wars.

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Nick
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John Groshko

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Karol
Re: You are right!   Monday, November 21, 2005 (8:24 a.m.) 

It definitely sounds like Williams! basically because of the use of the strings and the chords played... Well, it sounds like Horner can be versatile when he wants to.. But unfortunately he doesn’t, most of the time.

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Nick
Re: You are right!   Monday, November 21, 2005 (1:36 p.m.) 

> It definitely sounds like Williams! basically because of the use of the
> strings and the chords played... Well, it sounds like Horner can be
> versatile when he wants to.. But unfortunately he doesn’t, most of the
> time.

Jesus, guys you're right, it sounds really like star wars, indeed!

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