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Comments about the soundtrack for Spider-Man: Far From Home (Michael Giacchino)

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• Posted by: A.S.K   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020, at 6:01 p.m.
• IP Address: s0106ac202ec71ce3.ed.shawcable.net

Got to strongly disagree with the comments on the Elfman theme. This Peter Parker is much closer to the Ditko version of the character. Young and naive, often getting by only by the skin of his teeth. Giacchino saw this, and created a light and sprightly theme for the character, that suited him perfectly, providing youthful exuberance and teenage quirk with equal pairing. Elfman's choir and brass is far too noble and adult for Holland's Spider-Man, and it fails to convey the youthful naivety of Holland's.






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