> Why couldn't he have subconciously pick up on something he had heard? you cant just subconcioouslt pick that up. its note for note.
> "Stole" is too harsh a word when you don't know the situation
> under which the score was written. I agree wholeheartedly that The Ten
> Commandments is a great score (and it needs a decent re-issue), and maybe
> Silvestri has heard it (yet to be determined), and if he has then maybe he
> was not knowingly using it, or maybe it was used as an homage, or maybe it
> was a printing error from the copyist who was drinking too much the night
> before and when Mr. Silvestri heard the music he thought that it was
> better than what he wrote -- so he had that copyist fired so he could keep
> it secret... And maybe I'm that copyist...
But I wouldn't know because
> I'm drunk...
You just don't know.