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Comments about the soundtrack for The Missing (James Horner)
Who copied and what?

Johanna
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NL1
Who copied and what?   Sunday, July 12, 2009 (1:49 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Nightwish - Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan  

I just saw The Missing few minutes ago. Something really bothers me on the music - if you listen the movie music, and compare it to Nightwish - Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan, you can see there is lots of same. To me, there is disturbingly too much in common with these two pieces.
Hear it out for yourself! (link below)



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NL1
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  In Response to:
Johanna
Horner's music was first   Monday, November 16, 2009 (9:15 p.m.) 

> I just saw The Missing few minutes ago. Something really bothers me on the
> music - if you listen the movie music, and compare it to Nightwish -
> Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan, you can see there is lots of same. To me, there
> is disturbingly too much in common with these two pieces.
> Hear it out for yourself! (link below)

Checked out the band, song and noted the recording / release dates:

Released November 24, 2004
Format CD
Recorded November 2003-March 2004 at
Tempputupa Studios, Finland

AFTER Horner scored and released "The Missing". There is simply no way Horner heard that before since that song didn't exist at the time. However, the song was recorded the same month the film was released in theaters.

In other words, Nightwish copied Horner, or it's coincidental.



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