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Re: 2 New 2021 Recommendations
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• Posted by: Clint Morgan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, November 7, 2021, at 7:22 p.m.
• IP Address: 67.211.83.22
• In Response to: 2 New 2021 Recommendations (L.A)

> I listened today to 'The Electrical Life of Louis Wain' by Arthur Sharpe and 'Napoleon-In The Name Of Art' by Remo Anzovino and these 2 scores surprised me a lot. Both are very melodic, extra emotional in parts, with some particularly memorable cues and a kind of thematic material that is not heard much nowadays with some notes and harmonies wink It is highly recommended to give both scores a try, Really beautiful stuff.

Iím sorry to say that I found both scores emotionally inert. The Sharpe score, while probably functional in context, really tested my patience. Any modern score that prominently features a theremin is usually an automatic skip for me.

> P.S. I catched Craig Armstrong' 'The Most Reluctant Convert' also and it was....very nice *** stars rating on first listen with 2 particular strong cues, but not on the level of the composr'best.

^Agreed.




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