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Re: Harry Potter is a surperior score
• Posted by: Helena   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 25, 2003, at 8:27 a.m.
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• In Response to: Harry Potter is a surperior score (Amuro)

> I love this score, it is excellent and full of life. But when it comes
> down to it Howard Shore could have done better. There are few tracks on
> this soundtrack that intrest me, Concerning Hobbits, The Black Rider, and
> The Bridge of Kazad Dum. Middle of the score is for lack of a better word,
> boring, beggining in flight to the ford and ending at the beggining of The
> Bridge of Kazad Dum, the score is not particularly memorable. And even the
> middle of The Bridge of Kazad dum is incredibly dull. Until it is finally
> saved by the Fellowship Theme. John William's work on Harry Potter was far
> more memorable and I will always cherish it far more than this score. But
> the thing that really kills this score, is Enya, her contrubution was
> terrible and makes me skip the council cue everytime. But even so this
> score won the Academy Award and Jipped Horner, and that is what relly
> infuriates me! P.S. all of you who love this score dont hate me I love it
> too!
I thought Enya was wonderful here! Her love theme for Arwen and Aragorn was perfect. Her voice is clear and has a beautiful sound, and the tune is completely fitted to the situation! Also her vocals at the end of the Bridge of Khazad Dum track were moving and fantastically sung.

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