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Einhorn Is Finkle: MRW I figure out Einhorn is Finkle
Einhorn Is Finkle: MRW I figure out Einhorn is Finkle

MRW I figure out Einhorn is Finkle

Einhorn Is Finkle: Just some notes by yours truly: This soundtrack, by Chicago's Joan of Arc, was recorded in one-take, live, on the opening night of the 2011 Chicago International Movies and Music Festival in front of a packed showing of Dreyers "Passion of Joan of Arc." Whereas Richard Einhorn's "Voices of Light" soundtrack is incessantly overwhelming and didactic, Joan of Arc's soundtrack allows Dreyer and the cast and crew of The Passion" to take center stage while setting mild atmospheric tones that perfectly reflect the scene:s Listen, for instance, to 43:00 for the music which accompanies Joan's bloodletting: it's understated, letting the horror of the scene itself take center stage, while proffering simple hints to the ominous nature. Einhorn, however, attempts to usurp this silent film from the innovative geniuses (both terms are antonymous to any composition by Einhorn) who actually crafted this masterpiece. If you prefer Einhorn's soundtrack, either 1) you obviously can't think for yourself and need that absurdly diegetic soundtrack to do its work for you or 2) you haven't listened to a single significant 20th century classical composition (not the pop shit, like late Stravinksy, Gershwin, Copland, &c) in your life and mistakenly believe Einhorn's composition is significant or noteworthy in any sense (whereas the members of Joan of Arc have, in their short acting span, significantly altered the history of rock music (not the pop shit, like whatever, Justin Beaver)). Even writing the name "Einhorn" doesn't even conjure any musical associations, just the voice of Jim Carrey screaming "Einhorn is Finkle! Finkle is EYE-N- HORN! EINHORN IS A MAN!" whereupon he subsequently forces himself to vomit. I only hear and see this scene whenever you illiterate imbeciles post, "Ya no l lyk da Voice of Light b3t3r". I don't like to respond to comments, but all of you wise commentators now know my opinion of your wisdom. If I was pettier, I'd censor you like the USSR did with Shostakovich, and Stalin also killed Shostakovich's close friends and family Yours truly also synced the audio with the video The description of a version of The Passion of Joan of Arc with a contemporary score. This makes me want to watch this version LESS.
Einhorn Is Finkle: Just some notes by yours truly: This soundtrack, by Chicago's
 Joan of Arc, was recorded in one-take, live, on the opening night of
 the 2011 Chicago International Movies and Music Festival in front of
 a packed showing of Dreyers "Passion of Joan of Arc." Whereas
 Richard Einhorn's "Voices of Light" soundtrack is incessantly
 overwhelming and didactic, Joan of Arc's soundtrack allows Dreyer
 and the cast and crew of The Passion" to take center stage while
 setting mild atmospheric tones that perfectly reflect the scene:s
 Listen, for instance, to 43:00 for the music which accompanies
 Joan's bloodletting: it's understated, letting the horror of the scene
 itself take center stage, while proffering simple hints to the ominous
 nature. Einhorn, however, attempts to usurp this silent film from the
 innovative geniuses (both terms are antonymous to any
 composition by Einhorn) who actually crafted this masterpiece. If
 you prefer Einhorn's soundtrack, either 1) you obviously can't think
 for yourself and need that absurdly diegetic soundtrack to do its
 work for you or 2) you haven't listened to a single significant 20th
 century classical composition (not the pop shit, like late
 Stravinksy, Gershwin, Copland, &c) in your life and mistakenly
 believe Einhorn's composition is significant or noteworthy in any
 sense (whereas the members of Joan of Arc have, in their short
 acting span, significantly altered the history of rock music (not the
 pop shit, like whatever, Justin Beaver)). Even writing the name
 "Einhorn" doesn't even conjure any musical associations, just the
 voice of Jim Carrey screaming "Einhorn is Finkle! Finkle is EYE-N-
 HORN! EINHORN IS A MAN!" whereupon he subsequently forces
 himself to vomit. I only hear and see this scene whenever you
 illiterate imbeciles post, "Ya no l lyk da Voice of Light b3t3r". I don't
 like to respond to comments, but all of you wise commentators
 now know my opinion of your wisdom. If I was pettier, I'd censor
 you like the USSR did with Shostakovich, and Stalin also killed
 Shostakovich's close friends and family
 Yours truly also synced the audio with the video
The description of a version of The Passion of Joan of Arc with a contemporary score. This makes me want to watch this version LESS.

The description of a version of The Passion of Joan of Arc with a contemporary score. This makes me want to watch this version LESS.

Einhorn Is Finkle: MRW I realize Einhorn is Finkle
Einhorn Is Finkle: MRW I realize Einhorn is Finkle

MRW I realize Einhorn is Finkle

Einhorn Is Finkle: Einhorn is Finkle! Finkle is Einhorn!
Einhorn Is Finkle: Einhorn is Finkle! Finkle is Einhorn!

Einhorn is Finkle! Finkle is Einhorn!