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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)

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J.N. H. + H. Z. = Bat5???
• Posted by: sybok   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2005, at 4:55 a.m.
• IP Address: metis.physics.muni.cz
• In Response to: Re: J.N. Howard + H. Zimmer = Batman begins!!! (Serge Desir)

Well, when I first heard the choice, I felt strange about it.
Collaboration of two composers does not sound good to me.
Moreover, I listened to "The Last of the Mohycans" score (few
weeks ago) and I got almost crazy when hearing the synths and
electronics in some of its parts.

And, the composers revealed realistic (i.e. do not
expect Elfmanian Bat1 approach) Ch. Nolan wanted an
unusual score. What does it mean?

More and more afraid? I think we were given several good reasons.

I feel strange about it, but I hope the score will not suck. But
somehow I feel... we all have to wait.




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