By Bob Strauss
Updated November 24, 1995 at 05:00 AM EST

If you can’t distinguish an Ennio Morricone score from a Vangelis soundtrack, don’t despair — the people whose pages are indexed on can. What’s more, they can fill you in on such lesser composers as Eduardo Ponsdomenech and Zbigniew Preisner. But what makes Film Music a must is the silly stuff, including the Trailer Music List (which says that the preview for The Golden Child used music from The Ten Commandments), the 1.5-megabyte sound clip from Jurassic Park (”sixty million years in the downloading”), and the devoted fan who pontificates on the recurrent ”doodle-dee-doo” motif in Michael Kamen’s scores for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Lethal Weapon 3. A