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Re: Dont be an idiot
• Posted by: Niece
• Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2007, at 11:42 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Dont be an idiot (roybatty)

> Can you offer many examples of things that Horner has stolen, then? It
> seems to me the words "Horner" and "Thief" have become
> almost synonymous due to the huge issue people make out of all the
> aforementioned examples. But when I pause and think over it, I can't
> myself think of that many more exept from some obvious cribs from
> Prokofiev, e.g. Troy, when Horner was working under severe time
> constraints as a replacement composer. All in all, though, I think I could
> probably name more things that John Williams has stolen or even Hans
> Zimmer probably.

You cannot be serious. Horner is the most famous example of plagiarism in film music.

-Willow - Schumann symphony nº3, first movement
-Braveheart - Holst or Parry, I just don care
-Enemy At the gates - Schindler´s list, main theme
-All the Kings Men - Brahms symphony nº3, third movement
-Troy - Shostakovich 5th, fourth movement (heroic theme); V.Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis (the love theme)
-The famous four-notes motif - Rachmaninov symphony nº1, it appear in all the movements, the Dies Irae motif, go hear it
-An American Tail - you already said it
-Read Heat - Prokofiev Cantata for the 20th anniversary of October Revolution

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