What if John Williams, Hans Zimmer, and Clint Mansell were one person?

How much awesome would his music be on a scale from 1-10000?


Not their personalities their musical genius.

4 Answers

  • 6 years ago
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    You might have someone with a hundredth of the genius of Mozart.

    You have no more classical music, as none of them are classical composers. Very little of the output of any / all of the three amounts to much in the genius category. A little by Williams and Zimmer... nothing that I am aware of by Mansell.

    Well - you did ask.

  • 6 years ago

    Hans Zimmer writes music with strength and power but without any memorable melodic lines. Whereas John Williams writes memorable melodies with dazzling, colorful orchestrations. So if they were combined we would have memorable music with power and strength performed in dazzling, colorful orchestrations.

    I'm not familiar with Clint Mansell. So if I've heard any of his film scores, they've left no impression on me. Sorry.

  • 6 years ago

    Greater than 1, less than 10000

    ... perhaps 62.

  • 6 years ago

    He wouldn't make music, he would go mental and be placed in an asylum.

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