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• Posted by Cheno
• Date: Friday, June 30, 2006, at 12:05 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: POTC: Dead Man's Chest further proves the theory... (Admiral Hull)

> I always thought the first score was swashbuckling. I mean, if you think
> about it, it works in the swashbuckling scenes of the movies, so doesn't
> that make it "swashbuckling." If you listen to the first two
> minutes or so of the 4th movement of Dvorak's 9th Symphony, it sounds like
> high seas adventure music, and I whenever I hear music from The Curse
> of the Black Pearl
, it reminds me of that symphony.

That's a good point. I could never really figure out why, for instance, CutThroat Island was swash-buckling, but Pirates of the Carribean wasn't.

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