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Comments about the soundtrack for The Ninth Gate (Wojciech Kilar)
How do you pronounce this composer's name?

Coolie Beuler
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donkey
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How do you pronounce this composer's name?   Sunday, July 20, 2003 (8:29 p.m.) 

Can someone write out how to say this composer's first name?

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Re: How do you pronounce this composer's name?   Wednesday, December 24, 2003 (2:51 a.m.) 

He is a Polish composer (and I am from Poland too) and it is hard for me to write that pronounciation, but: Woj = Voy ciech = ??eh (i don't know how to write down "ci" in English, sorry)


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Re: How do you pronounce this composer's name?   Friday, January 2, 2004 (4:28 p.m.) 

Try combining voy-tsye[H:]

Voy - as in VOIvod, VOYager...

ts - as in the tse-tse fly + ye as in YEsterday, etc.; together, it should sound more like a softer variation of the first syllable in "cheat", "cheek", "chill", and so on.

h - hard H, as in basically any English word beginning with the phoneme (and not Romanic in origin) - *H*ard, heaven, hockey, etc.


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