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Better than you give him credit for
• Posted by: Marcus Lewis   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 15, 2002, at 10:12 p.m.
• IP Address: max-brf-82.discover-net.net
• In Response to: Re: Why is no one commenting about Ross' part ... (Arthur Eintsenstein)

> Watch your mouth.The comments represents your own characteristics.;)

> William Ross seems not to emphasize too much on his personal style but to
> conduct the orchestra in a Williams style.It's easy to consider this score
> as a Williams work and ignore the part Ross had done. However, he didn't
> compose any new theme for the movie(maybe Chris Columbus did not allow him
> to do so),to our relif.On the other hand, maybe we'll have a much
> different score for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, for the
> director has a musical sense much different to Columbus.Maybe Patrick
> Doyle will be involved, who knows?

First of all, Ross is a good composer. He usually chooses to sit in the background and work as an orchestrator rather than a composer, but his works, most notably My Fellow Americans, are very appropriate for their films and work wonders. You'd be amazed at how much freedom Columbus gives Williams and I'm sure the next director will be the same way. Why would you assume Patrick Doyle will be involved? The only reason Ross was brought in was because Williams' schedule, with Episode II and two Spielberg films, was too compact to finish the score on his own. The Prisoner of Azkaban doesn't come out until summer 2004 and Williams should be available to do it solo. He won't need Doyle's help.




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