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Comments about the soundtrack for Million Dollar Baby (Clint Eastwood)

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• Posted by: Wondering Music Student   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 3, 2005, at 10:13 p.m.
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Being a music student and having had 5 semesters of music theory and 4 semesters of music history, I can't help but analyze everything I hear now. I really liked the score, and thought it went really well with the movie. However, the music from "Frankie's Decision" (which is also heard elsewhere in the movie) sounds so very familiar to me. It almost sounds like Dvorak or Haydn or something of the late-classical to early-romantic period. Does anybody know what I could possibly be talking about, because I SWARE I have heard it before, and some of my music colleagues who watched it with me thought the same thing. So yeah...any thoughts/ideas/concerns/whatever, please send them my way! Thanks!

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