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Comments about the soundtrack for Van Helsing (Alan Silvestri)

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Re: Did Alan Silvestri rip off..?
• Posted by: Hellsong
• Date: Thursday, October 7, 2004, at 1:28 a.m.
• IP Address: 218.208.200.189
• In Response to: Re: Did Alan Silvestri rip off..? (SeReNdiPitY)

> Itīs not the grail theme, itīs very very similar but itīs not (same
> begining but different end). You can hear it when mr van helsing is about
> to be briefed about his mission in transylvania (itīs about 4 seconds
> long)
Silvestri is too good to rip themes from other compositors

>

I agree, the track sounded ALMOST loke the grail theme, but here Alan did a more personal score, touching the end of the family's curse...William's Grail theme is more grandiose, echoing a forgotten but noble past...

as for Alan ripping LOTR; BLAHHH i said to that; Alan Silvestri (along with John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith) were legends LOOng before Howard Shore became one (ya, i NEVER heard of Shore up until LOTR)...so to say Silvestri rip Shore's work is like what the Cardinal says to Van Helsing in the confessional box; "Don'y BLASPHEME"!!!!




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