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Re: Do you prefer Western-centric scores or ones that incorporate specialty instrumen
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• Posted by: Craig Richard Lysy   <Send E-Mail>
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Thank you for the post.

I have a special love for films, where the composer infuses their soundscape with ethnic colors and sensibilities. My personal favorites are the blending of occidental and oriental sensibilities, why I gravitate these days to east asian films, and Korean and Chinese TV series. But I also like scores which impart African, Indian, Arabic and South American auras. In short, I am welcoming to all non-traditional western orchestral instruments.

All the best




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