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Any time Hans Zimmer begins a project, he panics: no matter how many iconic movie scores he has composed, the Oscar-winner fears he'll be unable to come up with even a single new harmony. But as soon as Zimmer began reading the script for director Guy Richie's second Sherlock Holmes film, he knew exactly what he had to do. It was, if you'll forgive the expression, elementary.
In the end, Zimmer discovered more than he bargained for. Because he set up the trip through former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and the nonprofit National Democratic Institute, he saw a side of the Roma that few foreigners ever do.
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