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

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Re: This Soundtrack Leads to Satanism, Occultism, Blasphemy, Immorality, and Hedonism
• Posted by: Zippy the Cat
• Date: Thursday, May 11, 2006, at 11:57 a.m.
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• In Response to: This Soundtrack Leads to Satanism, Occultism, ... (John Cannon, Senior Pastor of Outreach Operations)

I understand completely the point you're trying to make (although I'm not sure I agree) however, I am very curious what your opinion is of the very fine Passion of the Christ score, which in places seems far more dissonant and loud and unbalanced for dramatic effect than Hans' recent score? Please share your thoughts.


> Music has a presentation quality. This can be either Godly or demonic.
> Music is composed of melody, harmony, and rhythm. For music to be Godly
> there must be a proper balance between the melody, harmony, and rhythm.
> Music can cover many genres but there must be proper melody, harmony and
> rhythm. Much of today's film scores are imbalanced music that violates the
> melody, harmony, and rhythm of a song.

> The driving force of all underscores is the music itself with
> its imbalance, driving beat, loud volume, and dissonate chords. If the
> words can even be heard over the action in the movie, they are shallow and
> present worldly compromise and lack sound Biblical doctrine.

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