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Comments about the soundtrack for The New World (James Horner)
piano completely out of place!

leo
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Berlioz
piano completely out of place!   Saturday, April 8, 2006 (8:28 p.m.) 

not only was the movie nearly impossible to sit through, the score dragged the film out even more! and why use a piano? there were no pianos in the seventeenth century. i usually like horner, and am able to laugh off his constant reuse of themes, but this score and movie was a disaster!

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Berlioz
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leo
Re: piano completely out of place!   Monday, April 10, 2006 (11:10 p.m.) 

> not only was the movie nearly impossible to sit through, the score dragged
> the film out even more! and why use a piano? there were no pianos in the
> seventeenth century. i usually like horner, and am able to laugh off his
> constant reuse of themes, but this score and movie was a disaster!

So would you have preferred a harpsichord then?

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