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Comments about the soundtrack for The New World (James Horner)

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Re: Too much stupidity, even for the first post
• Posted by: HornerFan2006
• Date: Saturday, February 18, 2006, at 10:41 a.m.
• IP Address: nott-cache-2.server.ntli.net
• In Response to: Re: Too much stupidity, even for the first pos... (tg)

> i agree, and don't forget Wagner.

> Using Vorspiel from "Das Rheingold" in this film was one of the
> most stunning things I've seen.

ok, it seems i was hastey by saying horner got replaced by the mozart 'crap' as i so called it, i didnt actually mean mozart was crap just that i didnt like horner's score being chopped and replaced by other classical music. And in response, i disagree that horner ruined this film i thought that he helped contribute towards a good musical score and his themes were pleasing to hear, infact its the main thing that carried me through the film other than that i thought it was rather slow. And if im the only guy who thinks that about malicks intentions of score reducing then so be it!




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