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Comments about the soundtrack for Saving Private Ryan (John Williams)

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For those who are disapointed in this soundtrack, you have much more to learn
• Posted by: R.J.Robinson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, January 7, 2005, at 10:03 p.m.
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Some of you do not have a clue in regarding film music or even music as a whole. "film music", as it is called, is obviously music scored for a film to suit the film and accompany the film in any of the ways it can. Do some of you not know why Steven Spielberg and John Williams not use music as much in the film. Steven Spielberg tried to make "Saving Private Ryan" as real as possible regarding battle sequences. Now think of a battle, apart from the sounds of gun shots and explosions etc, do we hear music... is music apart of battle. you know whenever you hear music in a film it reminds you that you are watching a film. please those who have a better understanding of music rather than those who have not a clue, please i ask you, listen to the score with your heart and not your ears, remember why this score has been written, what is the score for, what does the overall music represent, let the score be what it is, John Williams always does good. His scores are always good, if you do not like any one of his scores then you do not understand the score as you should, John Williams's music always serves a much better purpose then what most people can see...

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