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Re: Most overrated score of all time!
• Posted by: Karol   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, March 7, 2005, at 9:23 a.m.
• IP Address: static-23-28.o-dsl.nextra.sk
• In Response to: Re: Most overrated score of all time! (Jerry)

> I don't know where to even begin to disagree with the previous sentiments.
> Only Williams' THEMES are good?! Did you people listen to the cue in
> "Empire" called "The Asteroid Field"? Or how about
> "The Fighter Attack" from "New Hope"? "The Barrel
> Chase" from Jaws? "The Well Of Souls" from
> "Raiders"? Or how about "Leaving Home" from
> "Superman"? My gosh, I could go on and on! To suggest that
> Williams can't compose anything good apart from themes is ludicrous! And
> James Horner a better composer than John Williams? I think not! As much as
> I enjoy Horner's music, you don't have to listen long to his scores to
> hear self-plagarism over and over and over. At least Williams is capable
> of new compositions on an ongoing basis.

First, I have never mentioned that James Horner is a better composer than John Williams, so I don't know from where you got that statement. But, on the other hand, he is - at least to me. Yes, you could go on and on, and yes you can hear his self-plagiarism. But you have to take in consideration, how much time do the producers give Horner to compose. For example, he was given only 2 or 3 weeks to compose Troy - so no wonder. As I have already said - in my opinion. If someone has got a problem with that - well, it's his problem, not mine.




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