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Never a 3-star score [EDITED]

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Tichy
Never a 3-star score [EDITED]   Monday, July 1, 2019 (3:51 a.m.) 

I have never commented on this site before, but this has to be said. Never have I disagreed more with a review. PoA is a breathtaking score and we are fortunate to have it released in its entirety. The change in tone is completely justified in context of the saga. When I compare this score to some that received 5 stars on the site, this review makes me shake my head.

My rating:

Music as written for the film: *****
Music as heard in context of the saga: ****
Music as heard on the 2018 album: *****
Overall: *****

What are your ratings?


(Message edited on Monday, July 1, 2019, at 2:49 p.m.)


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Bounty
Re: Never a 3-star score   Monday, July 1, 2019 (7:22 a.m.) 

I completely agree with you! I too have never posted here before. Azkaban, presented in the La-La-Land Version, is maybe the best score of the 21st century so far IMHO.
Listen to the guys from
http://www.artofthescore.com.au/podcast/2018/11/20/episode-23-harry-potter-and-the-prisoner-of-azkaban-part-1
who share the same opinion. This almost polemic review demonstrates a suprising lack of competence!

I had the chance to hear this score live to the projection, and it was overwhelming. You just have to be a little interested in orchestral music, which the author clearly is not or has a very narrow point of view regarding filmscores.


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