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

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Re: A two minute, almost note-for-note Ripoff
• Posted by: Joost   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2007, at 11:54 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: A two minute, almost note-for-note Ripoff (Callie Hutchison)

> Thankyou!!!! Finally someone who understands my hatred for James Horner,
> and John Williams, but James Horner is the worst offender by far!!!!! A
> note for not rip-off of Thomas Tallis, even in the same freakin' key, I
> was so enraged by the music I couldn't even concentrate on Brad Pitts
> beautifully oiled body. Not only Vaughn Williams was poached, He also
> stole themes from Rach 1, and the worst of the worst, he stole
> Shostakovich's own signature theme, You DON'T do that!!!!! That's is
> sacred territory and you DO NOT STEAl that! This man should never work
> again after that score, he should be arrested for sheer plagerism. I don't
> understand how Hollywood can stand to hire these men! Why can't they hire
> some composers that will actually write original music? Hire Phillip
> Glass, or John Corigiliano, or Enojhini Raugtavaara, or Libby Larson.
> People who actually write real music!!!!!! I mean John Williams steels a
> lot of music but he at least TRIES to cover it up, James Horner is
> absolutely blatent about it, we should resurect all of the composers that
> he has stolen from so that they can string him up and shoot him for
> ruining their music!!!!!

Sounds like your average run of the mill desperate housewife...geez...

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