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<P><FONT SIZE=-1>KunDun&nbsp; is brilliant, isn't it....&nbsp;&nbsp; 
vivid depiction of the Tibetan people and the hardships they've endured
for the last 50 years... they shall succeed I think...</FONT>
<BR><FONT SIZE=-1>Glass gets loopy here too... to great effect... I don't
if the music/sound from the film and the soundtrack were intended to work
together so well, and/or whether or not it was glass' idea or scorcese's,
but it blew me away... emo-tonal-overload..</FONT>
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<P><FONT SIZE=-1>Just saw Scorsese's film on the Dalai Lama, Kundun. 
<BR><FONT SIZE=-1>important document.</FONT><FONT SIZE=-1></FONT>

<P><FONT SIZE=-1>Generous looping through much of this powerful and 
film c/o</FONT><FONT SIZE=-1></FONT>

<P><FONT SIZE=-1>Philip Glass' music.</FONT><FONT SIZE=-1></FONT>

<P><FONT SIZE=-1>As I was watching this film, some parts resembling the
great Konyaskatsii</FONT>
<BR><FONT SIZE=-1>(sp?) I realized that like it or not, my first exposure
to looping as a</FONT>
<BR><FONT SIZE=-1>compositional idiom was via Glass music.</FONT><FONT 

<P><FONT SIZE=-1>Hat's off.</FONT></HTML>