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Re: There is NOTHING new under the sun.
• Posted by: fabo
• Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2001, at 12:10 p.m.
• IP Address: erft-3e356997.pool.mediaways.net
• In Response to: There is NOTHING new under the sun. (Mark Celoria)

The question here is, "Is the score
> good?" The answer is YES! Shore admits to researching the history of
> epics and music that is associated with it. LotR is a classic....the
> father of all fantasies! So why would Shore be avante gaurde (sp?) in any
> way???

If the question is: "Is the score good?" in what way it is good? In what way Soundtracks are seen as good soundtracks? You cannot say only because LotR is th father of all fantasies so the score must be a classic!




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