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Re: Harry Potter track 2: the Jurassic Park wannabe
• Posted by: MSM
• Date: Monday, May 6, 2002, at 7:26 a.m.
• IP Address: pcb16.cpedu.rug.nl
• In Response to: Harry Potter track 2: the Jurassic Park wannab... (Dan Sartori)

Forgive me, but is it the first time you heard music in your life?? That's would be the only reason why you could say HP, JP and Schindler sounded the same. The style used on HP (which is instrumentation, rhythm, harmonies, melodic lines) are completely different from that on JP not to speak of that of Schindler (of course there's always some Williams style in it regarding to certain heroic passages or counterpoint). You say there are points that are exactly the same, maybe you can tell me wich points those are.
How can you say that "the opening of HP is exactly the same as the Schindler theme with only slight orchestration differences" !? HP is in 6/8, Schindler in 4/4, HP has thirds, Schindler has fifths, just to name some differences in the melody (not to speak of the differences in orchestration!)
What do you know about music? Maybe you heard the three scores 1 or 2 times some time ago? Listen again and hear the differences.




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