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Comments about the soundtrack for Sense and Sensibility (Patrick Doyle)
A Classical Masterpiece

Anthony Tardiff
(69-163-123-75.losaca.adelphia.net)


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Titus
A Classical Masterpiece   Saturday, May 28, 2005 (9:27 a.m.) 

I really believe that if this score had been written a century ago it would be recognized as a classical masterpiece, up there with works by the classical masters. The main theme is beautiful and seems ageless. I've sometimes regreted my familiarity with the great classical pieces: it would be wonderful to "discover" them as I can discover soundtrack music, and experience with all the wonder and excitement that comes with the discovery. Well, with this score, It feels like I have discovered for the first time a famous classical masterpiece. I can't reccomend this score highly enough.

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Titus
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  In Response to:
Anthony Tardiff
Re: A Classical Masterpiece   Thursday, March 2, 2006 (3:31 p.m.) 

> I really believe that if this score had been written a century ago it
> would be recognized as a classical masterpiece

Heck, no. This score is certainly underrated but is not a classical masterpiece, far from being that. People here seems to idolatrize any pretty thing they hear.

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