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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Listen, "genius" ...
• Posted by: G.K.
• Date: Thursday, May 11, 2006, at 9:30 a.m.
• IP Address: p5494efa4.dip.t-dialin.net
• In Response to: Re: Ok, my take on The Da Vinci Code (Zimmerit... (Ethan)

> - as usual, i am amazed at the difference i hear in dear old Hansy's work,
> i find him to be one of the best composers of the modern day. Even
> directors like here's a quote from Spielberg "If i wasn't so good of
> friends with John Williams, i would definately use composers like Hans
> Zimmer to help tell my stories."

Well, then Spielberg's wrong. I wouldn't compare Zimmer with Williams, or indeed any composer with some musical education, that would be a disgrace to that person.

> - you are wrong, the main theme of the DaVinci Code is NOT the main theme
> from kingdom of Heaven but nice try in bashing Zimmer's glory. you have
> allowed yourself to become so overwhelmed with the time period of music
> and styles used in both movies that you (not experienced in the musical
> arts like i) are unable to tell the difference and are forced to belive
> that the two different scores are the same. I believe this score to be as
> good as the academy award winning score by Zimmer GLADIATOR and i also
> believe that this score will be nominated for an academy award.

With no word did I say that the main theme of Da Vinci Code is the theme from Kingdom of Heaven, I just said that I heard KoH's theme quoted note for note in Da Vinci Code.
And deducing from this statement that I think Da Vinci Code sounds exactly like Kingdom of Heaven is just overreaction and besides, KoH is far superior to this.
And saying I have no clue about musical arts based on something I've never said is not just wrong, it's insulting. Especially when you consider that I DO have a musical education and that I'm fully capable of writing and orchestrating music.
And using that to point out your own "musical genius" is even more pathetic.




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