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Comments about the soundtrack for Othello (Ballet) (Elliot Goldenthal)

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Re: Give the reviewer some credit
• Posted by: JS Park   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2004, at 9:30 a.m.
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• In Response to: Give the reviewer some credit (RodStoicheff)

> I agree that this site has had some difficulties on reviewing film music
> that falls off the mainstream. I myself love Goldenthalís music and I have
> been a critic of this siteís, sometimes, lack of objectivity and
> understanding of the music they review, but we should give the site some
> credit, because instead of ignoring composers like Goldenthal, they
> acknowledge that they donít know everything by revisiting the composerís
> work or by printing alternative reviews. This shows they're at least
> trying to broaden their horizons.

You see, Christian looooooooooooves John Williams=doesnt like goldenthal.Well I am not a "zealot" lol like the other person said but I have extreme respect for Goldenthal and frankly feel sorry for him with people like this around (christian). awwwww he is dissonant...SO WHAT?? He is truly a brilliant man who is HIGHLY underrated. I am not saying Christian is an asshole. He isnt, I just dissagree with him on things, I mean hell, its his opinion so you know....

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