Wednesday, June 24, 2015

In Memory of James Horner

In memory of James Horner, who died on Monday, I wrote a post about one of my favorite scores, The Mask of Zorro (1998) for James the Movie Reviewer.  It's up here.

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  1. Just last night, my mom told me she'd heard on the radio about James Horner's death. :-( He composed some of my favorite movie soundtracks, like Legends of the Fall and Glory and Titanic.

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    1. He composed many of my favorites too, and I'm so sad that all that ends now.

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  2. I was devastated about this news--his score for A Beautiful Mind has been a favorite of mine for over five years! :(

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    1. I haven't listened to that one, Jamie, but I'll add it to my list of ones to seek out on YouTube or elsewhere.

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  3. I was bummed. Love his music.

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  4. Aww. That's terribly sad. I've just been getting into his music too - listening to my dad's Titanic soundtrack and the Braveheart one (which I found at a thrift store, thought I'd give it a try, and loved it).

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    1. I listened to "Braveheart" a lot for a while. I have yet to hear a soundtrack of his that I didn't enjoy.

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  5. His music will live on forever. RIP.

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    1. Good point, Tom. At least we do have what he's already written.

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