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Power of Art or Power of music.,
This review is from: Simon Schama's The Power Of Art: The Complete BBC Series [DVD]  (DVD)
Why, why, why does a brilliant programme on art need music that has the same vulume as Simon Schama's narration. Back ground music should be back ground. At times the music was completely unnessary and silence would have had a greater effect.
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Initial post: 12 Dec 2010 19:43:34 GMT
Mr. W. S. Barker says:
Thanks, combined with another comment, has put me off. I'm looking for stuff for Spanish speakers and I have seen this guy on YouTube and his voice is difficult to begin with.
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Dec 2010 18:54:23 GMT
G. Atkins says:
Last night on BBC World News Service I watch an Art programme presented by Tim Darwin. He is excellant and has a very clear speaking voice with the added bonus of NO back ground music.
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