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Comments about the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean (Klaus Badelt and co.)

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Re: Recording the Pirates Score
• Posted by: fluteluv
• Date: Thursday, July 22, 2004, at 11:14 p.m.
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• In Response to: Recording the Pirates Score (PiratesPlayer)

WOW!!! (Drop-dead amazement)

That is totally cool!!! I can't believe that you pulled it off like that. The outcome was amazing, I think. THANKS!!! I am a teenager and after hearing the recording and seeing the movie, ect., I have really wanted to play for Disney as a career. The "classical" (?) music has so much depth to it and is way cool. I have to ask. Have you ever gotten to work with Hans Zimmer 'cause he writes the best stuff out there for movies. (Listened to Lion King, Spirit: SotS, ect.?) Although I have to admit that after awile the songs became repetitive, but having gotten a chance to play it in so many settings and realizing that all of the music is too cool to criticize, I have REALLY, REALLY, REALLY enjoyed the music. Also, gotta know, just to kill two birds with one stone, did you get to meet with anybody who got to star in the film(Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom?) Anyway, wish I was there.

Thanks again for your talent!!!

P.S. Is the music recorded in Burbank, or in Anaheim, near DL?

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