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Marianelli Steals From Brian Tyler!

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Marianelli Steals From Brian Tyler!   Friday, April 21, 2006 (11:33 a.m.) 

I realize that many elements of the V For Vendetta soundtrack are almost totally similar to Brian Tyler' s Timeline soundtrack!This is the thing which is called plagiarism!!!

I do not think that anyone is interested in the fact that how many elements can be stolen from another soundtrack by Marianelli!!!!!
Furthermore, if Tyler learn of this, he will not be very happy about this.
So, in my opinion Marianelli is not a talented composer, but an a!-!hole composer who steals from the more talanted composers!!!!!!!
It is arguably make me nervous!!!!!!!!!!!!!>

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Sheridan
Re: Marianelli Steals From Brian Tyler!   Sunday, July 2, 2006 (1:02 p.m.) 

> I realize that many elements of the V For Vendetta soundtrack are almost
> totally similar to Brian Tyler' s Timeline soundtrack!This is the thing
> which is called plagiarism!!!
/:p
I do not think that anyone is
> interested in the fact that how many elements can be stolen from another
> soundtrack by Marianelli!!!!!
Furthermore, if Tyler learn of this, he
> will not be very happy about this.
So, in my opinion Marianelli is not
> a talented composer, but an a!-!hole composer who steals from the more
> talanted composers!!!!!!!
It is arguably make me
> nervous!!!!!!!!!!!!!>

Rest in peace... Brian Tyler is pretty far from being the most original composers of all time! And I would welcome some explanation what exactly is stolen, I heard both scores many times and there is nothing they share - well come on! how could I forgot they they both use symphonic orchestras!? Well, hang Marianelli high cause his had used traditional symphonic orchestra that Brian Tyler used before him!

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Re: ok,here comes your explanation   Tuesday, August 8, 2006 (11:05 a.m.) 

/:p
I do not think that anyone is
Furthermore, if Tyler learn of
> this, he
So, in my opinion Marianelli is not
It is arguably make
> me

> Rest in peace... Brian Tyler is pretty far from being the most original
> composers of all time! And I would welcome some explanation what exactly
> is stolen, I heard both scores many times and there is nothing they share
> - well come on! how could I forgot they they both use symphonic
> orchestras!? Well, hang Marianelli high cause his had used traditional
> symphonic orchestra that Brian Tyler used before him!

Ok,here comes your explanation : Marianelli steals elements from the tracks France In 1357,Enter The Wormhole,Storming The Castle,Descent,Past And Present.
I' m not a conservative people,I like both old and new solutions that can be found in soundtracks,but I hate those composers who steal something from another composer.I like a lot of composers:John Williams,Danny Elfman,James Horner,Basil Poledouris,Brian Tyler,Christopher Franke (Babylon5 music),Joel and Jerry Goldmsith,Jay Chattaway,Wojciech Kilar,Lee Holdridge,David Shire,Elliot Goldenthal,Ennio Morricone,Alan Silvestri,Trevor Jones,James Newton Howard,Joby Talbot,Michael Kamen,Harry Gregson-Williams,Patrick Doyle,Laura Karpman(Taken from 2002) and many others.So,I like adventure,action,comedy/parody,horror,thriller and dramatic,sad,happy and even otherwordly and uptempo scherzo and animated movies music,even music written for historical films.So you can see I like a lot of recent movie music:Lady In The Water,Taken,Lord Of The Rings triology,Chronicles Of Narnia,Frailty,Dinosaur and many others.I only don' t like Marianelli for his steling habit and because he overuse everything(both the choir and the orchestra).I hope that' s enough as an explanation for you,borg.

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Re: ok,here comes your explanation   Wednesday, December 20, 2006 (3:51 p.m.) 
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Upon first listening to V from a friedn who downloaded some tracks ??? My first impression was I thought it sounded like a score written/conducted by Hans Zimmer.

What do you guys think?



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Re: ok,here comes your explanation   Monday, June 8, 2009 (3:30 p.m.) 

> Upon first listening to V from a friedn who downloaded some tracks ??? My
> first impression was I thought it sounded like a score written/conducted
> by Hans Zimmer.

> What do you guys think?

I know this is late in response, but definitely not. Zimmer wouldn't have been able to come up with as complex rhythms, as sophisticated orchestration or something as beautiful (listen to the Valerie cue).

There are some similarities to Batman Begins, particularly in the last queue, which could just be coincidence (as the movies didn't come out that far from each other- less then a year I believe), or the use of temp tracks.

Also, Marianelli is far from the next Williams. He created a few wonderful scores in a short space of time (2005-2007), but he hasn't written a lot since then and he's not always consistent.



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