If you can’t distinguish an Ennio Morricone score from a Vangelis soundtrack, don’t despair — the people whose pages are indexed on www.filmmusic.com can. What’s more, they can fill you in on such lesser composers as Eduardo Ponsdomenech and Zbigniew Preisner. But what makes Film Music a must is the silly stuff, including the Trailer Music List (which says that the preview for The Golden Child used music from The Ten Commandments), the 1.5-megabyte sound clip from Jurassic Park (”sixty million years in the downloading”), and the devoted fan who pontificates on the recurrent ”doodle-dee-doo” motif in Michael Kamen’s scores for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Lethal Weapon 3. A
Posted January 17 2015 — 11:46 AM EST
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