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    plindboe

            Messages Posted: 42
            Most Recent Post: Wednesday, November 16, 2005, at 1:36 p.m.


Resident Morricone nut.

While that describes me well in three words, perhaps I can add a bit more. I study for a master's degree in biology at the Copenhagen (Denmark) University. So if you have questions about Morricone or biology I'm the guy to ask.

Oh, and I love Georges Delerue too. My girlfriend (from the UK) is as crazy about Morricone and Delerue as I am. What a team we are!

I'm a big fan of english comedy like Red Dwarf, Blackadder and Monty Python. Not much of a movie buff though, I just love the music.

I literally listen to music 10 hours every day, it's like oxygen to me. I don't have snobbish taste, but like any music from the most cheesy to the most complex, from rock influenced Hans Zimmer to the golden age magnificence of Miklos Rozsa.

I have been collecting since I became a morriconian nearly 15 years ago, and have between 2000 and 2500 albums (don't ask me to count them). Here's a top10 of my most collected composers:

1) Ennio Morricone (~400)
2) Georges Delerue (85)
3) Jerry Goldsmith (83)
4) Basil Poledouris (61)
5) John Williams (53)
6) Hans Zimmer (47)
7) James Horner (37)
8 ) John Barry (28)
9) Miklos Rozsa (26)
10) Elmer Bernstein (25)









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