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            Most Recent Post: Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 7:02 p.m.

Name: Sean Robert Abbey

Age: 29

Location: Castro Valley, CA USA

Married? No! I can hardly take care of myself as it is!

What's interesting about me: Well as you probably know, I am an fan of film music. Though I also love TV and Film, I am really into Japanese Anime, and I love animals. As always, I love talking with others about the above mentioned hobbies, such as soundtracks and film music in general. There is also working on my website devoted to film music. But, you knew that already didn't you?!

Favorite composers/artists:
Jerry Goldsmith
John Williams
James Horner
John Barry
Hans Zimmer
Danny Elfman
David Arnold
Patrick Doyle
Michael Giacchino
Christopher Young
George Fenton
Elliot Goldenthal
Basil Poledouris
Yoko Kanno
Alan Silvestri
Shirley Walker
Bruce Broughton
Bernard Herrmann
Thomas Newman
John Debney

Favorite soundtrack(s): I'd have to say, it was and always will be the music from the Star Wars Trilogy. It is the reason why I am here after all.

However, here is an short list of other favorite scores.
Back to the Future I-III - Alan Silvestri
Batman - Danny Elfman
Chicken Run - John Powell & Harry Gregson-Williams
Cleopatra - Trevor Jones
The Crow: Salvation - Marco Beltrami
Cutthroat Island - John Debney
Dangerous Beauty - George Fenton
Dinosaur - James Newton Howard
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within - Elliot Goldenthal
Galaxy Quest - David Newman
Great Expectations - Patrick Doyle
House on Haunted Hill - Don Davis
Independence Day - David Arnold
The Last Starfighter - Craig Safan
Lost in Space - Bruce Broughton
Masters of the Universe - Bill Conti
Medal of Honor - Michael Giacchino
The Mummy - Jerry Goldsmith
The Mummy Returns - Alan Silvestri
Pavilion of Women - Conrad Pope
Raiders of the Lost Ark - John Williams
Raise the Titanic - John Barry
The Red Violin - John Corigliano
The Relic - John Debney
The Rock - Hans Zimmer and company
Starship Troopers - Basil Poledouris
Superman - John Williams
Supergirl - Jerry Goldsmith
Titus - Elliot Goldenthal
Total Recall - Jerry Goldsmith
The Transformers: The Movie - Vince DiCola
Willow - James Horner

Why I like Film Music: To be perfectly honest, I have no idea, I just love the music. I think it might be that it has not gone through too much of what other genres of music has. Most music today, is not "that" great. However film music at least to me has and hopefully always will be on an different level. Of course there are some exceptions, though in my case, I have never disliked scores as much as some of the other types of music I have heard. Meaning,
where I like an little of all the genres of music out there. The only one I like most if not everything I have heard, is within the "film music" genre.

Additional Comments: I just want to say, that I enjoy talking with
everyone here. And hope to continue to do so, for quite awhile to come.
Feel free to email me if you wish to discuss anything.

My Film Music site: Film Score Central -

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