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Comments about the soundtrack for Gladiator (Hans Zimmer/Lisa Gerrard)

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True inspiration!
• Posted by: Phil   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, November 11, 2001, at 12:19 p.m.
• IP Address: sdu171-218.ppp.algonet.se
• In Response to: Genially Symphonic Masterpiece (Vestard Shimkus)

The tremendous score for this epic movie has moved me and my fellowsongwriter to try to excel ourselves in an effort to write a score forthe not yet filmed books by J Guillou, the Templar trilogy. If you areinterrested you can pop in to https://www.mp3.com/gothio and take a listen. Itīs only a few demos there, but soon I hope we can show off the theme for Saladhin, or the song Deus Vult.
We both have had the thought in our minds of making film music for along time, and both the Gladiator movie and the soundtrack swept us rightoff our feet! And so did the books by Guillou. The Templar trilogy, orGothia as we have chosen to call it, takes place in 1150-1210, in both Sweden and Palestine.




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       Vestard Shimkus - Monday, October 22, 2001, at 1:23 a.m.
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         Phil - Sunday, November 11, 2001, at 12:19 p.m.


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