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Re: John Williams and Hans Zimmer
• Posted by: Anonymus   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2003, at 11:50 a.m.
• IP Address: bud-ink00.chello.hu
• In Response to: Re: John Williams and Hans Zimmer (Levente Benedek)

I completly agree with you guys. (i know i'm late a bit) Hans is the most varied composer in the world. The proofs are: As Good As It Gets, Thin Red Line, Prince Of Egypt, Hannibal, An Everlasting Peace. Congratulations Mr. Zimmer, Mr. Williams is good, but ALWAYS the same.
Btw. The Rock was composed by Nick Glennie Smith (mostly), the maistro only composed two themes for the movie, so much for copy. Hans's music changes my life, thank you.




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