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Comments about the soundtrack for Legends of the Fall (James Horner)

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Re: Horner IS a THIEF
• Posted by: Thomas   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, September 25, 2003, at 1:14 a.m.
• IP Address: ip68-104-99-247.lv.lv.cox.net
• In Response to: Horner IS a THIEF (Max)

> Justice should be restored! RED HEAT Main Title by Prokofiev.
There is
> another example of Horner' s talent to steal the pieces from other
> composers. While Red Heat isn't among the popular Horner soundtracks,
> there is a track Main Title which is always impressed me with its use of
> chorus and unusual harmony.
-- "The opening and closing titles
> are nothing like I've ever heard Horner score before" -- said in
> Filmtracks review.

> Sure. Its because he didn't write it at all! The whole piece is taken from
> number II "The Philosophers" from Sergei Prokofiev hidden
> satiric "Cantata for the 20th Anniversary of the October
> Revolution". Listen the example on Amazon.com. Horner added some
> percussion to it and re-arranged it for the movie. But it never mentioned
> on the film end credits or CD soundtrack. How about copyright, Mr.
> Horner!!!

Ok, #1, this review is about Legends of the Fall, not Red Heat, and #2, I've seen your posts on this site before, and you sit there and type the same damn thing ever and ever again. That or you just pre typed it, and post in on every damn review. Either way, you need to get past your dumb ass Prokofiev obsession, because sorry, but Prokofiev really isn't all that great. I've really only ever heard 2 or 3 pieces by him that are enjoyable in the least. If you're going to talk about late romantic-modern era classical, go to Dvorak or Stravinsky. Way better. And Horner is DEFINATELY better then any Prokofiev stuff, and I've never heard any evidence of him copying it.




Comments in this Thread:     Expand >>
  • Horner IS a THIEF  (8197 views)
       Max - Thursday, August 21, 2003, at 10:57 a.m.
    •    Re: Horner IS a THIEF  (7154 views)
         Observer - Friday, March 5, 2004, at 5:32 a.m.
      •    Re: Horner IS a THIEF  (6708 views)
           antizimmerhorner - Thursday, December 16, 2004, at 12:35 p.m.
    •      Re: Horner IS a THIEF  (7183 views)    We're Here
         Thomas - Thursday, September 25, 2003, at 1:14 a.m.


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