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Re: Lord of the Rings
• Posted by: anne   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2002, at 2:56 p.m.
• IP Address: pc1-blfs2-4-cust139.blfs.cable.ntl.com
• In Response to: Re: Lord of the Rings (Justice)

> I listened to the "themes" of both movies, Track 11, the ring
> goes south and the theme to the natural. At one small segment at around
> 2:33 in The Natural it does sound like the theme to Lord of the Rings,
> HOWEVER, it is far from a dupicate. One small segemnt of a song that
> sounds the same as another does not mean Howard Shore "copied"
> The Natural.

In time, sections of many pieces will be repeated- they are thought up twice, thats all. As they say, great minds may think alike. Also, fools barely differ!




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