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View Poll Results: Who would have done the music to Harve Bennett's "Star Trek" Prequel?
Jerry Goldsmith 1 33.33%
James Horner 2 66.67%
Cliff Eidelman 0 0%
Leonard Rosenman 0 0%
Dennis McCarthy 0 0%
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Old 03-05-2014, 05:14 AM
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Default Who would have done the music to Harve Bennett's "Star Trek" Prequel?

As some of you may know, back in 1991, Harve Bennet wanted Star Trek VI to be a prequel, titled "Star Trek: The First Adventure". My question to you is this: who would have been your choice to do the music for this film?
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Old 03-05-2014, 04:32 PM
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I say Horner as well. I loved Goldmsith's scores, but I feel that Horner would have captured the atmosphere of an academy film better in some ways.
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I feel it would've needed a fresh take, just like Trek VI did in its released state.

I still think Cliff Eidelmann would've been the right choice.
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