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Comments about the soundtrack for Troy (Gabriel Yared/James Horner)

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Another Name For Hornerīs Score
• Posted by: Manuel   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, July 7, 2004, at 7:54 p.m.
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What do you think?
This score would be call "THE JAMES HORNER VARIATIONS OF THE PERFECT STORM, ENEMY AT THE GATES AND WINDTALKERS SCORE". This is the correct name for Troy score.

And you ask Why?
Well, this is the answer. First of all, Troy, in my opinion, is a good movie. But, the score is very, very lazy. Only about 10 or 15 minuts sounds like new music from Horner. The rest of the score is just variations from the another scores.

I donīt understand why Horner follows the same line is his scores. Since titanic, Horner doesnīt make a good score from the level of titanic. In fact, we hear new music in Deep Impact, The Mask of Zorro, but from there, thereīs no more.

I hear The cues from Yaredīs Rejected score, and i say that Yaredīs score is better than Hornerīs score. Itīs more variaty, we can hear the chorus and the sweet voice from the singer; itīs more energetic, and hace more powerful than Hornerīs score. In hornerīs score, i donīt understand why he put the chorus in the beginnig for the first tracks. It sounds like out from the music.

The Hornerīs score for Troy isīt simple: good. But i think that Yaredīs score is more wonderful and excellent. I think that the music was one of the principal mistakes for the movie. Why? Because, when we saw the movie, we feel that we are listenig the same music for all the movie.

So, I hope that Yaredīs score will be available coming soon, the complete score, not the short cues. We have to wait that.

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