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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (James Horner)

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Re: The score is not that good the second
• Posted by: Robert Ritchie   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, July 26, 2003, at 12:02 p.m.
• IP Address: pcp02220112pcs.echryh01.nj.comcast.net
• In Response to: The score is not that good the second (Pizzaboy)

> In addition to thath I shall be more precise. Batle in the Mutara Nebula.
> Sounds great without the film. But what about the cue heared in the film?
> I think it doesn't fit at all.

> There are other passages, as well.

> What about the second integration of the Courage theme in the Main Titles?
> Doesn't that sound somehow wiered and not fitting at all?

> I don't know, but the best Star Trek score was and remains TMP, if not for
> it's definate superior theme then for it's originality and masterfully
> fellows such as ST5, First Contact, Nemesis and by far the second best ST
> score Insurrection.

> Horner's music was wrong for the film. Even if the approach to the score
> was diffrent, Goldsmith would have habdled it a lot better and his theme
> would have served better.

yes the Motion picture theme would have been hightened in a more adventurous stlye like he did in Final Frontier. As I said before it would have been a combo of Final Conflict Omen III




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