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First time I've ever seen him, or heard of him either. I don't pay a lot of attention to movies and such. May he rest in peace.Have a fabulous day. ☺
I'm the sort that waits for the DVD to come out and then it sits in my cabinet for ages before I get around to watching it, if ever. But I was surprised to read the long, diverse list of films he had scored, which ranged over all genres. It was impressive.
I'm a DVD'er too and those are all movies I've seen and loved the score.
This is REALLY sad, isn't it...terrible.I have an MD I practically idolize, 40 years old this year, 3 little girls and a happy wife and I ADORE HIM; He flies himself around every Tuesday morning and I WISH HE WOULDn"T! So sorry about Horner.
I didn't know him, but he did excellent scores for those films. Some of the best stuff I've heard in all the films I've seen.Well, no one gets out alive. Peace and comfort to his family and friends.
Cube - You are right. I didn't recognize his face - or his name. But he did write some memorable music. He will be missed.
Jual vimax bandung: Hey, Jual, long time no see. Thanks for dropping by and helping raise my hit count for no good reason. I don't need vimax or bandung pills anymore. I'm over that.
It's so sad when we lose a genius. We are all a bit poorer for it.
Messymimi: I never thought about it before, but after reading the long list of film scores he had composed, I realized there were many movies on it that I had watched. The next time I happen to watch one of these films, I will pay attention to the music.
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