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• Posted by: Mac Styran   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at 4:28 a.m.
• IP Address: ip42.28.1411g_cud12k_05.ish.de
• In Response to: Re: Rip Off ... (Freemen no. 2)

> It is a really great chord progression, and it almost always sounds good.
> Basically, though, it leaves little room to fiddle with the chords, i.e.,
> add sevenths or ninths in the melody, so uses of it tend to sound the
> same. I personally think that the best use of it is the melody of of
> "Chicken Run" ("Building the Crate), but that's just my
> opinion. Composers who use it heavily include Zimmer,
> Gregson-Williams/Powell, Rabin, Elfman, and others. It is my opinion that
> every composer has used it sometime or another, simply because they have
> too. Anyway. Just thought I'd mention that.

That's exactly my point. The chords are not the problem, it`s the chords with the style and THE SAME MELODY that changes only 2 damn notes.

And Chicken Run will remain one of the best scores EVER.

Mac




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       Mac Styran - Thursday, March 27, 2003, at 5:15 a.m.


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