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Comments about the soundtrack for Hannibal (Hans Zimmer)

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Yes.... but...
• Posted by: Phoney McRingRing
• Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 12:56 p.m.
• IP Address: p-proxy-4-int0.net.wisc.edu
• In Response to: Zimmer Rip Off??? (richard)

You are absolutely right... I had noticed this too. I wouldn't get too upset about it though since it seems to be common for film composers to "borrow" --quite a bit, in fact-- from the romantic to early contemporary composers. It seems like Mahler and Wagner are the favorites...

Still, I admire the soundtrack... there is plenty of other good stuff on there, and "To Every Captive Soul" is a nice rendition of the Tristan and Isolda Overture... and very appropriate for the film.

Good listening!

- PHONEY MCRINGRING




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