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Copying of Braveheart themes

Michael
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JS Park
Copying of Braveheart themes   Wednesday, December 1, 2004 (4:18 p.m.) 

I have noticed that the latter half of the last track, "The Long Ride Home", sounds (thematically) remarkably similar to "For the Love of a Princess" on the Braveheart soundtrack. Compare [12:56 - 13:14] of "The Long Ride Home" to [2:28 - 2:45] on "For the Love of a Princess". You will be amazed. They are nearly VERBATIM copies of one another!
Note that I am NOT a Horner basher! He is BY FAR my favorite composer, I just thought this was a bit funny, and wanted to point it out.

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Michael
Re: Copying of Braveheart themes   Tuesday, January 11, 2005 (3:12 p.m.) 

> I have noticed that the latter half of the last track, "The Long Ride
> Home", sounds (thematically) remarkably similar to "For the Love
> of a Princess" on the Braveheart soundtrack. Compare [12:56 - 13:14]
> of "The Long Ride Home" to [2:28 - 2:45] on "For the Love
> of a Princess". You will be amazed. They are nearly VERBATIM copies
> of one another!
Note that I am NOT a Horner basher! He is BY FAR my
> favorite composer, I just thought this was a bit funny, and wanted to
> point it out.

yeah he's used that a few times...I'm used to his ripping off, almost numb really...he does it so much.

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