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Milt Irvin
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Alejandro González
the orchestra   Thursday, July 31, 2003 (12:23 a.m.) 

I just saw Sinbad earlier tonight and I loved the scored. I know it's late and I often have trouble reading for content, but I couldn't find out who the orchestra is. I saw something about a London vocal group being involved, but not the orchestra.

Overall I thought it was a really terrific score that reminded me of the golden age of Korngold, Waxman, etc.

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Kristof
Re: the orchestra   Monday, August 4, 2003 (12:20 p.m.) 

This is something too usual in actual CD´s from movies; One doesn´t knows Wich was the orchestra that performed the Score, and I think that this is offensive, as for the Listener as For the musicians who Worked on It; I don´t know, for example, wich orchestra Performed the Score of AI, or for " Atlatis".

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Re: the orchestra   Friday, August 22, 2003 (3:53 p.m.) 

> This is something too usual in actual CD´s from movies; One doesn´t knows
> Wich was the orchestra that performed the Score, and I think that this is
> offensive, as for the Listener as For the musicians who Worked on It; I
> don´t know, for example, wich orchestra Performed the Score of AI, or for
> " Atlatis".

The score of Sinbad was recorded at the AbeyRoad studio's in London, so probably it will be the London Symphonic Orchestra.


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Alejandro González
Re: the orchestra   Saturday, August 23, 2003 (4:17 a.m.) 

what I'm reading is: London Studio Orchestra & Metro Voices, but I wouldn't be surprised if it's some of the same musicians as London Symhpony Orchestra


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Re: the orchestra   Monday, December 1, 2003 (6:32 p.m.) 

Now that I Have the Cd Audio, I can Think that, for these kind of scores, the contarctors contact musicians from several Orchestras from London (they have about 4 or 5 Orchestras) and then ensemble a single big one...because there it says "London Muscician contractor..."
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