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Comments about the soundtrack for Master and Commander (Davies/Gordon/Tognetti)

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• Posted by: bob crush   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, June 21, 2006, at 1:01 a.m.
• IP Address: cpe-65-31-88-62.wi.res.rr.com

One must realize that soundtracks as they appear in movie history are relatively un-important. actual developments in film ITSELF take care of this area. I am so disappointed to see too much focus on music. The story -- a whole damn FILM-- the concept ITSELF, which has really been subject to change since publication bears the real significance. Soundtracks are ornamental, however integral. And directors are the true movie creators. Your criticism of film lacks dimension in its very own grasp of a soundtrack's connection to a world (and History) of Film. The reality is that, while there may be a career available to some in soundtrack composition (and criticism), it is utterly subservient to the film itself (and the filmmaker). So ... lay off. Discretion is not up to up you.

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