Sandor

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About Sandor

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  1. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    TOTALLY agreed..!
  2. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    What is really needless is when people paint a cardboard image of this place, suggesting it's infested by non-critical, raving fanboys and that the ones who *can* think -the superior intellectual beings- are somehow a 'victim' of the mindless, Williams-idolating first group. NOBODY called anything a masterpiece based on the released clips. Nobody. I know it, KK knows it.
  3. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    KM CALLS IT A MASTERPIECE..! Such typical JWFan-boy schtick..! Very amusing.
  4. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    WHERE did you read this..??? Is there another BFG thread I don't know about..??? Your completely one-dimensional, false sketch of this board and your 'holier than thou'-attitude is the truly amusing thing here...
  5. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    AWESOME loert..!!! Thanks..!
  6. John Williams' The BFG (2016)

    I think it's a beautiful theme..! Greatly looking forward to this score..!
  7. Meeting John Williams

    Again; I'll use my own (succesful) experience as a blueprint here: I would say it is HIGHLY likely that Williams won't conduct the full program. If he's in the audience, during an intermission would be the best chance to get something signed and/or shake his hand. I politelyasked a Tanglewood representative if I could approach him. He said: 'Of course you can..!', but at that moment I was the only one. I get the feeling many of the people in attendance have seen Williams many times. They are residents of Albany and the surrounding townships and they see Williams more asa neighbour, a familiar face, than as an'almighty film music God'. I feel Williams is very much at ease at Tanglewood, its surroundings and 'its' people. It will all depend on if yourapproach doesn't damage that peaceful and solemn atmosphere. Good luck..!
  8. Meeting John Williams

    Something about coming from The Netherlands, where to sign the program booklet (it was Williams who thought it was a good idea to put it at the top where it would be most visible - I wasn't able to make any decision at that moment)... The impact made me forget about what else was said.... "Whaaahaallbbblaagh!" indeed...
  9. Meeting John Williams

    It was an awesome moment. Surreal, magical. I remember he put his hand on my shoulder at the end and said: 'Enjoy the rest of the concert my friend'. It still makes me smile 6 years later.
  10. Meeting John Williams

    I was able to get an autograph from Williams at Tanglewood in 2010 and share a few words with him. He was sitting in the audience during part of the program which was conducted by Keith Lockhart. During intermission, Williams remained near his seat and talkedto some fans, gave awayautographs, etc. I guess I was really lucky and it was a different time...
  11. I agree, that theme is beautiful.