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• Posted by Brendan Anderson
• Date: Friday, July 7, 2006, at 10:45 a.m.
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• In Response to: This week's public thank you: John Powell (Smalltown_Poets)

> The Phoenix theme in "Phoenix Rises" has given me inspiration
> and hope this week. Thank you, John Powell.

No doubt. The Phoenix theme is definitely one of the year's rises, it falls, it has multiple phrases to it, the orchestration around it is thrilling, it has choir sometimes, sometimes not, it can be quiet, loud, is used exactly as a great theme should be used in a super-hero film.

-Brendan - Brendan Rises...but I don't disintegrate people....

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