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Re: Why I started this.
• Posted by: Levente Benedek   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, August 11, 2001, at 6:34 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Williams had been overrated again. (Alex Lee)

The reason why I strarted this Comment days before, because I was angry. Why? Every one was saying (as I had readed on the internet), that Williams is the best and like so. There are a lot of good composers, maybe not as good as Williams.And here is a question that troubles me: why is everybody saying that age is important in creating music. The younger composers like Silvestri, Zimmer, Horner, Howard, Rabin, Gregson Williams... and I can continue it, they are as equal as Williams. And they can make good music.
Maybe you won't believe it but in the past Williams was my favourite composer. But when I discoverd the other composers (you can read the names above), I have learn that there are so many of them, who can make good music. Which is very good for me, because I like the kind of music which is loud, that's why I like these composres. The other ting is that the Academy nominated him so many times, and the others had been forgotten. You see, I think he is not a bad composer. The main reason why I started this, because (well I think) the geniuse of Williams, the other composers are contempted.
P.S.: If I have offend you deeply MeloManiac, I'm sorry.

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