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Re: MR sounds like a mixture of the latest JW scores...and nobody cares!
• Posted by: fontinau   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2002, at 5:52 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: MR sounds like a mixture of the latest JW ... (Kyri)

> What i like about Williams is that he takes some textural material from
> his other scores and developes them more extensively. This happens whether
> it is an action sequence or a main theme. The thing about Williams is that
> he manages not to become boring-unlike Horner who almost ALWAYS sounds the
> same. Take for example the genious composer Elliot Goldenthal: He uses the
> same atonal techniques but never gets boring. That's precisely because he
> develops his material different each time. And i like seeing this in
> composers.(unlike the "copy"and "paste" method which
> is a Horner trademark)

Good point. And yeah, Elliot Goldenthal rules the world.




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