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• Posted by Olivier
• Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2001, at 3:49 a.m.
• IP Address: ast-lambert-101-1-1-81.abo.wanadoo.fr
• In Response to: Oh yeah, a very big island...Corse, Reunion, Sable?? (Christian Kühn)


OK, down to 20:

1/ Jerry Goldsmith (4)
Lionheart
Under Fire
The Film Music of Jerry Goldsmith
Matinee

2/ John Williams (5)
The Empire Strikes Back
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Hook
Jurassic Park
AI

3/ Bruce Broughton (2)
Young Sherlock Holmes
Lost in Space

4/ Danny Elfman (3)
Edward Scissorhands
Batman Returns
Sleepy Hollow

5/ James Horner (2)
Krull
The Spitfire Grill

6/ James Newton Howard (1)
Dinosaur

7/ Hans Zimmer (1)
The Prince of Egypt

7/ Star Trek (1)
Star Trek: An Astral Symphony

8/ Various (CD-R) (1)
A compilation of songs & cues (I'm currently adding things on it, actually)--
The Inner Light (ST:TNG, Jay Chattaway)
An American Symphony (Mr Holland's Opus, Michael Kamen)
Band of Brothers suites and a couple of cues (Michael Kamen)
Looking at Heaven (Tombstone, Bruce Broughton)
Twin Peaks themes (Angelo Badalamenti)
Star Trek themes by Goldsmith & McCarthy
Conquest of Paradise theme (Vangelis)
Schindler's List theme (John Williams)
Titanic theme with piano version (James Horner)
James Bond themes by John Barry
Young Sherlock Holmes suite by Bruce Broughton
...

4 + 5 + 2 + 3 + 2 + 1 +1 + 1 + 1 = 20 !

And now, ladies and gentlemen, the ultimate TEN!
The first 9 (4 Goldsmith & 5 Williams) + 1 CD-R (same as aboe, but with less songs and more scores).

FIVE?
OK.
5 CD-R's with the very best of the above.

And what if there can only be ONE?
1 DVD-R will do, I guess.
(since the island comes with a CD-player, why couldn't there be a DVD-player?)

Best wishes,

Olivier


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