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Re: Rip Off?
• Posted by: Jojo
• Date: Thursday, June 17, 2004, at 12:44 a.m.
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• In Response to: Rip Off? (JS Park)

> A Happy Navorski Ending sounds like "As Good as it Gets" theme,
> I am NO Hanz Zimmer fan but I do like that score. Well I know I will get
> bashed for comparing Hanz Zimmer to John Williams (the man with the huge
> ego and is an jerk to other composers) I just think it sounds like a mild
> reworking...

As far as I know, Williams is a very friendly, humble and intelligent man. Always in for a chat! Some composers do have a reputation. ( but not williams!!! )Such as morricone or JOhn Barry... they are known for their tempre, but also for incredible beautiful music! let's focus on that!!! So far ego's... But where on earth do you get the idea that Williams is a jerk to fellow composers ( he has a perfect understanding - yes, even friendship - with composers such as Goldsmith, Thomas Newman to name a few ) From your part, it shows a lack of respect for his great talent. And it would be an insult for any other composer ( zimmer, horner, etc.... ) If you want it or not! Williams IS part of filmmusic-history with an incredible body of work!!! And we should be thankfull and gratefull for that, instead of just being short sited!

Greetz Jojo

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