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Comments about the soundtrack for Troy (Gabriel Yared/James Horner)
Interesting thing about Petersen's AIR FORCE ONE score.

Levente Benedek
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Evan Wilkins
Interesting thing about Petersen's AIR FORCE ONE score.   Tuesday, June 8, 2004 (1:50 p.m.) 

Randy Newman's score was cut late in post-production by director Wolfgang Peterson for being "too loud and blatty."
After Randy Newman's score was rejected, a new composer had to be found to do the score in the two weeks that were left. In the end, longtime film composer Jerry Goldsmith got the assignment, but was so daunted by the amount of time he had to write the score that he now requests his assignments be given to him months in advance of the finishing of a film's final cut.


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Evan Wilkins
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Levente Benedek
Re: Interesting thing about Petersen's AIR FORCE ONE score.   Tuesday, July 6, 2004 (11:50 a.m.) 

But Goldsmith's score kicked complete butt, then throw Joel McNeely, and you get Goldsmith's best score. But I've hated Horner ever since Braveheart so I am ticked that they don't intend to release the rejected score.

> Randy Newman's score was cut late in post-production by director Wolfgang
> Peterson for being "too loud and blatty."
After Randy
> Newman's score was rejected, a new composer had to be found to do the
> score in the two weeks that were left. In the end, longtime film composer
> Jerry Goldsmith got the assignment, but was so daunted by the amount of
> time he had to write the score that he now requests his assignments be
> given to him months in advance of the finishing of a film's final cut.


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