Thursday, October 27, 2005

The inspirations of James Horner

James Horner is rather famous film music composer (mainly because of TITANIC, which is not one of his best works). He is also known for "borrowing" material from himself and other composers. And sometimes, I'm afraid, he goes too far. Listen to main titles from the movie Red Heat, supposedly "composed by James Horner". Now, listen to this music, composed by Sergei Prokofiev in 1938 (the interesting part starts around 1:00 mark).

Shame on you, James! If you heard the music from Red Heat closing titles, it's even more similar...

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