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Can someone please put these soundtracks in chronological order without splitting tracks:

A New Hope (2018 Reconstructed Release)

Empire Strikes Back (2018 Reconstructed Release)

Return Of The Jedi (2018 Reconstructed Release)

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Star Wars

 

01 Main Title
02 Imperial Attack
04 The Desert and The Robot Auction
06 The Little People Work
14 The Princess Appears
10 The Land of the Sandpeople
12 The Return Home
09 Cantina Band
08 Inner City
11 Mouse Robot and Blasting Off
07 Rescue of the Princess
13 The Walls Converge
05 Ben's Death and TIE Fighter Attack

03 Princess Leia's Theme (concert suite)
15 The Last Battle
16 The Throne Room and End Title

 

This order is based on the 1993 Anthology. If desired, move the concert suite to the beginning or end (I like it at the beginning because I associate it with “Points of Origin” from the Radio Drama).

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The Empire Strikes Back

 

01 Star Wars (Main Theme)
04 The Heroics of Luke and Han
12 Rebels at Bay
05 The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) (concert suite)
09 The Battle in the Snow
10 The Asteroid Field
02 Yoda's Theme (concert suite)
07 Han Solo and the Princess
03 The Training of a Jedi Knight
15 The Magic Tree
13 Yoda and the Force
11 The City in the Clouds
16 Lando's Palace
06 Departure of Boba Fett
14 The Duel
08 Hyperspace
17 Finale


If desired, move the concert suites to the beginning or end.

 

 

Return of the Jedi

 

01 Main Title and The Main Story Continues
06 Lapti Nek (Jabba's Palace Band)
05 Han Solo Returns (At the Court of Jabba the Hutt)
10 The Return of the Jedi
04 Parade of the Ewoks (concert suite)
03 Luke and Leia (concert suite)
02 Into the Trap
07 The Forest Battle (concert suite)
09 The Emperor
08 Rebel Briefing
11 Ewok Celebration and Finale

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Thomas Newman - The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015)
OST02: 1M3 Muriel's Pitch
OST03: 1M4 Douglas Earwig
OST04: 1M7-8 Coffee Rebuff
OST05: 1M9 Drunk Norman Ride
OST07: 2M1 Evelyn Job Offer
OST08: 2M2 Madge's Men
OST12: 2M5A/B Norman Phone
OST14: 3M1 Hospital / Rehearsal
OST15: 3M3 Engagement Party
OST09: 3M9 Roll Call / No Carol
OST22: 4M2A Tuk Tuk Chase
OST17: 4M2B Carol Cheats / Temple
OST01: 5M1 Sonny At Viceroy
OST16: 5M2 Mumbai / Douglas Walks
OST18: 5M4/5 Tea Spill / To Babul's
OST19: 5M6 Music Box
OST23: 5M8 Shaadi
OST24: 6M1 Wedding AM Roll Call
OST10: 6M2 Evelyn Returns
OST25: 6M3 The Wedding
OST20: 6M4 Second BEMH
OST11: 6M6 Douglas' Speech
OST27: 6M8 Straight On
OST28: 7M2 Ending

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Jerry Goldsmith's SMALL SOLDIERS, using the new Varese Deluxe Edition CD.  I also threw in the additional cue names that weren't noted on the track list.

 

01 01 Globotech (0:58)
02 02A He’s Here / Chip Hazard
03 36 Also Sprach Zarathustra (Richard Strauss) (1:30)
04 02B Just Toys
05 03 The Assembly Line (2:44)
06 04 Alan’s Town (1:25)
07 05 The Boxes / Off The Truck (2:12)
08 06 Gorgonite Scum / Almost Sold (1:36) [The CD incorrectly calls this Almost Gold for some reason]
09 07 Roll Call (4:52)
10 08 Alan And Archer (3:01)
11 09 Destruction / Branded / A Different Person (3:01)
12 10 Prepare For Assault (3:48)
13 11 Special Design / Garbage (2:38)
14 12 Talk To Me / Not Found (3:07)
15 13 Team Gorgonite (1:10)
16 14A Phone Wires / Gorgon
17 15A Stand Down
18 14B Top Of The Stairs
19 15B Negative Target
20 16 The New Army / Brain Chip (1:14)
21 17 Bombshelley (Franz Waxman) (1:21)
22 18 The Wind (1:01)
23 19 The Gwendys / Terms Of Surrender (1:50)
24 20 The Trojan Box / Rocket Entry (1:45)
25 21 Gwendys Attack (1:47)
26 22 This Is Fun (1:26)
27 23 Toast / Down The River / Lost Battle / Greetings (1:21)
28 24 I’m Scared (2:04)
29 25 Negotiations (1:10)
30 26 Fire In The Hole (3:45)
31 35 Ride Of The Valkyries (Richard Wagner) (0:40)
32 27 Trust Me (4:07)
33 28 No Prisoners (4:38)
34 29 Chip Dies / Cleaning Up (1:39)
35 30 Off To Gorgon (4:44) [Jerry's cue title was "Keep Your Nose Clean"

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On 7/6/2018 at 8:28 AM, TBO1711 said:

Does anyone know the chronological soundtrack order for Ant-Man And The Wasp?

I think is not exactly accurate but today I'm going to watch the movie again and I will try to find any mistakes. But for now, this is what I found out:

 

02 Prologue

08 Wings & Blasters

09 Utmost Ghost

04 World's Greatest Grandma

03 Ghost in the Machine

07 Ava's Story

05 A Little Nudge

15 Partners

06 Feds

10 Tracker Swarm

13 Quantum Leap

12 Misdirection

14 I Shrink, Therefore I Am

16 Windshield Wipeout

17 Hot Wheels

19 A Flock of Seagulls

11 Cautious as a Hurricane

20 San Francisco Giant

21 Ghost = Toast

18 Revivification

22 Reduce Yourself

01 It Ain't Over Till The Lady Wasp Stings

23 Quit Screwing Around

24 Anthropodie

 

EDIT: I changed the titles format by recommendation of Disco Stu

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22 minutes ago, Knight of Ren said:

I think is not exactly accurate but today I'm going to watch the movie again and I will try to find any mistakes. But for now, this is what I found out:

 

01 Prologue

02 Wings & Blasters

03 Utmost Ghost

04 World's Greatest Grandma

05 Ghost in the Machine

06 Ava's Story

07 A Little Nudge

08 Partners

09 Feds

10 Tracker Swarm

11 Quantum Leap

12 Misdirection

13 I Shrink, Therefore I Am

14 Windshield Wipeout

15 Hot Wheels

16 A Flock of Seagulls

17 Cautious as a Hurricane

18 San Francisco Giant

19 Ghost = Toast

20 Revivification

21 Reduce Yourself

22 It Ain't Over Till The Lady Wasp Stings

23 Stop Screwing Around

24 Anthropodie

 

Not to quibble, but it's customary in this thread to keep the original track number for ease of finding them while making a playlist.

 

For instance:

02 Prologue

08 Wings & Blasters

09 Utmost Ghost

04 World's Greatest Grandma

etc. etc.

 

Or often both, such as:

01 OST02 Prologue

02 OST08 Wings & Blasters

03 OST09 Utmost Ghost

04 OST04 World's Greatest Grandma

etc. etc.

 

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Adapted and expanded from the order on http://chrono-score.blogspot.com, with info from the Cue List and Additional Notes by Mike Matessino on the main page, and the sheet music.

Empire of the Sun (with songs/source music):
 

LLL D1 T1/OST T1 - Suo Gan (Extended Version) (3:29)
LLL D2 T1 - Chopin: Mazurka, Op. 17 No. 4 (Excerpt) (2:14)
LLL D1 T2/OST 9B - Home and Hearth (3:50)
LLL D1 T3/OST 12A - Trip Through the Crowd (2:33)
J23 - Swing Is in the Air - Jack Hylton and His Orchestra (3:09)
LLL D1 T4/OST 5 - Imaginary Air Battle (2:38)
LLL D1 T5 - Japanese Infantry (3:00)
LLL D1 T6/OST 4 - Lost in the Crowd (5:44)
LLL D1 T7 - Alone at Home (2:43)
LLL D1 T8 - The Empty Swimming Pool (3:14)
LLL D1 T9/OST 10 - The Streets of Shanghai (5:15)
O22 - South of the Border - Al Bowlly (3:16)
E19 - These Foolish Things / A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Elisabeth Welch (3:12)
LLL D2 T6 - Chopin Again (1:19)
LLL D1 T10/OST 9A - The Plane (3:15)
LLL D1 T11/OST 3 - Jim’s New Life (2:34)
LLL D1 T12/OST 11 - The Pheasant Hunt (4:28)
LLL D1 T13/OST 8 - The British Grenadiers (Traditional) (2:29)
LLL D1 T14/OST 2 - Cadillac of the Skies (3:53)
LLL D1 T15 - Mrs. Victor and James (0:40-End)
LLL D1 T16/OST 6 - The Return to the City (7:50)
LLL D1 T17/OST 12B - Seeing the Bomb (4:48)
LLL D1 T18 - Bringing Them Back (0:24-End)
LLL D1 T18 - Bringing Them Back (0:00-0:24) [Rename to Liberation Lead In]
LLL D1 T19/OST 7 - Liberation: Exsultate Justi (1:53)
LLL D1 T20 - Suo Gân (2:23)
LLL D1 T21 - Exsultate Justi (Extended Version) (5:14)

 

Bonus Tracks:

LLL D2 T2 - Imaginary Air Battle (Alternate) (2:41)
LLL D2 T3 - Alone at Home (Alternate) (2:40)
LLL D2 T4 - The Streets of Shanghai (Film Version Segment) (1:18)@
LLL D2 T5 - The Streets of Shanghai (Alternate Segment) (2:17)
LLL D2 T7 - The Plane (Alternate) (3:05)
LLL D2 T8 - Cadillac of the Skies (Alternate) (3:51)
LLL D1 T15 - Mrs. Victor and James (0:00-0:40) [Rename to Cadillac of the Skies (Insert)]*
LLL D2 T9 - The Return to the City (Alternate) (7:50)
LLL D2 T10/OST 13 - Exsultate Justi (Album Version) (5:09)

 

@ = Approximated Film Version:

LLL D2 T4 - The Streets of Shanghai (Film Version Segment) (0:00-0:55)
LLL D1 T9 - The Streets of Shanghai (1:54-End)

 

Note: This version treats this cue as if it was heard in it's entirety in the film.
 

* = Cadillac of the Skies with insert incorporated:
 

LLL D1 T14 - Cadillac of the Skies (0:00-2:26)
LLL D1 T15 - Mrs. Victor and James (0:00-0:40)

LLL D1 T14 - Cadillac of the Skies (2:56-End)

Legend:
 

E = Harlem in My Heart
J = Turn on the Heat
LLL = La La Land Records Release (2014)
O = One and Only
OST = Original SoundTrack

Let me know of any mistakes.

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King of Kings (mixing the Rhino release with the FSM tracks):
 

R1-1. Overture
R1-2. Prelude
R1-3. Roman Legions
R1-4. The Elders / Sanctuary
R1-5. The Scrolls / Subjugation
R1-6. Road To Bethlehem / The Nativity
R1-7. The Slaughter Of Innocents
R1-8. Joseph & Mary
R1-9. Pontius Pilate's Arrival
R1-10. John The Baptist
R1-11. Revolt/Barabbas' Escape
FSM-32. Trumpet Signal for Revolt
R1-12. Baptism Of Christ / Sadness And Joy
R1-13. The Last Temptation Of Christ
R1-14. The Chosen
FSM-31. Signal for Pilate
R1-15. Herod's Feast
R1-16. Miracles
R1-17. The Hovel
R1-18. Parable Of The Seed
FSM-19. Mary Magdalene (added choir) / Answer From a Stone
R1-20. The Blessing
R1-21. Casting Out The Demon
R1-22. Woman Of Sin
R1-23. John's Message
R1-24. Jugglers & Tumblers / Herod's Desire
R1-25. Salome's Dances
FSM-20. Christ’s Answer / The Beheading of John (added choir)
R1-27. Salome's Dance #6 (deleted reprise) [delete and fade in opening seconds to reduce disrupted gapless playback jarring effect]
FSM-21. Mount Galilee / The Sermon on the Mount / Love Your Neighbor (added organ)
R1-29. The Law Of The Prophets
R2-1. The Lord's Prayer
FSM-22. The Disciples (added choir)
R2-3. Barabbas' Plan
R2-4. Entr'acte
FSM-23. Premonitions (added†choir)
R2-6. Jesus Enters Jerusalem / A Tempest In Judea / Defeat / Phalanx / False Promises / The Last Supper / The Feast Of Passover
R2-7. Judas Sees Caiphas / Gethsemane
FSM-24. Agony in the Garden / Judas’ Kiss (film version—with choir)
R2-9. Herod's Castle Trumpet
R2-10. Christ Before Herod
R2-11. The Scourging Of Christ / Crown Of Thorns
R2-12. Via Dolorosa / Christ Bearing His Cross
R2-13. Last Words Of Christ / Golgotha / The Pieta / The Sepulcher / Resurrection
R2-14. Epilogue
FSM-17. Prelude (alternate choir)
FSM-33. Shofar Signal for Revolt (with rehearsal)
FSM-18. Sadness and Joy (alternate)
FSM-25. Woman of Sin (early version)
FSM-26. Woman of Sin (alternate passage #1)
FSM-27. Woman of Sin (alternate passage #2)
FSM-28. Woman of Sin (film version)
FSM-29. Salome’s Dance Part 1 (alternate #1)
FSM-30. Salome’s Dance Part 1 (alternate #2)


R1/R2 = Rhino 2-Disc Release
FSM = Disc 12 of the Miklos Rosza Treasury

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In the Matilda soundtrack where does Send Me On My Way fit in?

Here's the soundtrack tracklist:

1.

Newborn

2.

Home from the Hospital

3.

Million Dollar Sticky Show

4.

Matilda Writes Her Name

5.

To the Library and Beyond

6.

Teardrop

7.

Hair Tonic

8.

The FBI

9.

Wormwood Motors

10.

Let's Get Sticky

11.

After the Explosion

12.

Crunchem Hall

13.

Hammer Throw

14.

Ms. Honey

15.

Multiplication

16.

Trunchbull's Office

17.

Let Him Eat Cake

18.

Brucie Eats It All

19.

Trunchbull Teaches Class

20.

Drinking the Newt

21.

The Newt Dance

22.

Ms. Honey's Story

23.

Trunchbull's House

24.

A Narrow Escape

25.

Discovering Her Powers

26.

FBI in the Garage

27.

Another Crime in the Making

28.

Carrot

29.

The Haunting

30.

The Pitcher

31.

End of the Trunchbull

32.

Adoption

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It's used twice, once at the beginning then at the very end. So you can either have it after Adoption, or after Home from the Hospital. 

Fun score! Wish I got the Varese release before it went out of print. I have a bootleg of it in mediocre quality myself, alas. 

Also, the song Little Bitty Pretty One comes after the cue Discovering Her Powers. 

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In Muppets From Space soundtrack where does I'm Going To Go Back There Someday and Celebration fit in?

Here's the soundtrack tracklist:

1.  Main Title/The Ark 

2.  Gonzo's Lament 

3.  Singer's Theme 

4.  Through The Stars 

5.  Fanatics For Aliens 

6.  Gonzo On TV 

7.  Muppet Labs 

8.  Piggy And The Mibs 

9.  Singer Turns The Screws 

10.  Rats In Prison 

11.  Rentro 

12.  Muppet Infiltration 

13.  Porcine Wiles 

14.  Rescuing Gonzo 

15.  To The Beach 

16.  The Ships Arrive 

17.  Moment Of Glory 

18.  The Really Big Gun 

19.  Gonzo's Goodbye 

20.  Boldly Gone

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I'm Going to Go Back There Someday isn't actually used anywhere in the film (as far as I remember), and Celebration, presuming it's the song, goes between The Ships Arrive and Moment of Glory.

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54 minutes ago, TBO1711 said:

Does anyone know where i could download these 3 tracks 

1) 1m1 Phil Gets the Point
2) 11m1 Gale Bumps Into Cotton
3) STAB Suite

 

Are they available legally? Then they should be on iTunes or wherever else people download music

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On 7/31/2004 at 6:41 AM, fommes said:

In this thread you can request the chronological film order (or rather: the intended film order) of scores and soundtracks, and post your own sequencings.

Here are a few general links you might try first:

Chronological Scores/Soundtracks Blog
The Cat's The Daily Film Music Blog (DFMB)
Ralf's Chronological Filmscore List
Indiana Jones Music
Sequencing Bond (thread)
The Cat's Corner (James Bond Music)

 

 

I humbly offer up my Film score analysis blog as a further source of chronological listings:

http://cuebycue.blogspot.com/

 

Which includes analyses and chronological sequences in these chapters:


    A Fistful of Dollars (Morricone, 1964)
    Alice In Wonderland (Elfman, 2010)
    Alice Through the Looking Glass (Elfman, 2016)
    Alien (Goldsmith, 1979)
    Alien 3 (Goldenthal, 1992)
    Arcadia of My Youth (Kimori, 1982)
    Batman (Elfman, 1989)
    Batman Returns (Elfman, 1992)
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Zimmer, Junkie XL, 2016)
    Captain America: Civil War (Jackman, 2016)
    Citizen Kane (Herrmann, 1941)
    Conan the Music (Poledouris, 1982/1984, Bates 2011)
    Cowboy Bebop (Kanno, 1998)
    Dragonslayer (North, 1981)
    From Russia With Love (Barry, 1963)
    Ghost Rider (Young, 2007)
    Gods of Egypt (Beltrami, 2016)
    Godzilla: 1954-75, The Early Scores by Akira Ifukube
    Halloween (Carpenter, 1978)
    Harlock Saga: DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN (Wada, 1999)
    Jacob's Ladder (Jarre, 1990)
    King Kong (Steiner, 1933)
    Mad Max: Fury Road (Junkie XL, 2015)
    Man of Steel (Zimmer, 2013)
    Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Hisaishi, 1984)
    Parasite Eve (Shimomura, Mizuta, 1998, 1999)
    Red Sonja (Morricone, 1985)
    Rurouni Kenshin: The Film Trilogy (Sato, 2012/2014)
    Space Battleship Yamato: The Music (Miyagawa, 1974-1984)
    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Horner, 1982)
    Star Trek, The Original Series: Pt. 1 (Courage, 1965)
    Star Trek, The Original Series: Pt. 2 (Courage, 1965)
    Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Williams, 2015)
    Star Wars: The Original Triogy (Williams, 1977-1983)
    Star Wars: The Prequel Triogy (Williams, 1999-2005)
    The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (Morricone, 1970)
    The Bourne Identity/The Bourne Supremacy (Powell, 2002/2004)
    The Cat O' Nine Tails (Morricone, 1971)
    The Curse of the Werewolf (Frankel, 1961)
    The Day The Earth Stood Still (Herrmann, 1951)
    The Little Mermaid, ie Malá morská víla (Liska, 1976)
    The Matrix Trilogy (Davis, 1999/2003)
    The Prisoner (Frankel, 1955)
    The Social Network (Reznor/Ross, 2010)
    The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (Shire, 1974)
    There Will Be Blood (Greenwood, 2007)
    Torn Curtain (Herrmann, Addison, 1966)
    Tron: Legacy (Daft Punk, 2010)
    True Detective (Burnett/Various Artists, 2014)
    Unbreakable (Howard, 2000)
    Vertigo (Herrmann, 1958)
    Watchmen (Bates, 2009)
    Woman in the Dunes (Takemitsu, 1964)
    X-Men (Kamen, 2000)
    X-Men: The Last Stand (Powell, 2006)
    X2: X-Men United (Ottman, 2003)

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Saving Private Ryan (using the new LLL CD)

 

01 02 Revisiting Normandy (4:06)
02 03 Omaha Beach (9:15)
03 05 Approaching the Enemy (4:31)
04 04 Finding Private Ryan (4:37)
05 07 Wade's Death (4:30)
06 11 High School Teacher (Film Version) (4:31)
07 06 Defense Preparations (5:54)
08 12 The Last Battle (Film Version) (8:02)
09 01 Hymn To The Fallen (6:10)

 

Bonus track:
10 09 The Last Battle (7:57) [original version]

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On 8/26/2018 at 7:41 PM, EdC said:

 

I humbly offer up my Film score analysis blog as a further source of chronological listings:

http://cuebycue.blogspot.com/

It's great. Have you considered revisiting The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three by using the slightly expanded 20-track version instead of the 11-track one? Maybe you could also find cuesheets to get the actual cue titles, like:
2M1 Blue's Speech
6M2/3 Money Montage
10M2 Smoking More

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Chronological order for Blade Runner:

 

Main Titles [track 1, CD 1]

Dr. Tyrell's Owl [track 3, CD 2]

At Mr. Chew's [track 4, CD 2]

Memories Of Green [track 8, CD 1]

Blade Runner Blues [track 7, CD 1]

Leon's Room [track 5, CD 2]

Tales Of The Future [track 9, CD 1]

Love Theme [track 5, CD 1] (speed must be decreased by 4%)

Desolation Path [track 9, CD 2] (speed must be decreased by 4.6%)

Dr. Tyrell's Death [track 8, CD 2] (speed must be decreased by 4%)

Deckard and Roy's Duel [track 7, CD 2] (speed must be decreased by 4%)

Tears in Rain [track 12, CD 1]

Unveiled Twinkling Space [track 2, CD 2] (speed must be decreased by 5.6%)

Blade Runner (End Titles) [track 11, CD 1]

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On 7/23/2018 at 4:34 PM, Disco Stu said:

Who runs chrono-score anyway?  God bless them whoever they are, always a great resource 

 

That would be me and thank you.

 

7 hours ago, Falafel said:

Chronological order for the LLL release of Saving Private Ryan adapted from the chronological score blog.

 

Thanks for reposting that Falafel.  I'll admit, when I originally did that list I couldn't find where Approaching the Enemy could be found (the asterisk is misplaced which I corrected) so I made my best guess based on the content of the film.  As I do not have the new release yet, Jason does it state in the liner notes that Approaching the Enemy can be found after Omaha Beach?

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17 hours ago, Falafel said:

Chronological order for the LLL release of Saving Private Ryan adapted from the chronological score blog.
 

 

Please look just 3 posts before this post of yours, Fal.

 

My list is correct.  The one you just posted is wrong.

 

 

 

 

10 hours ago, Turbo said:

Thanks for reposting that Falafel.  I'll admit, when I originally did that list I couldn't find where Approaching the Enemy could be found (the asterisk is misplaced which I corrected) so I made my best guess based on the content of the film.  As I do not have the new release yet, Jason does it state in the liner notes that Approaching the Enemy can be found after Omaha Beach?

 

The film dropped music and tracked stuff into other places as usual, etc.  In this case Approaching the Enemy was dropped entirely from where it was intended and a portion of Finding Private Ryan was tracked in for part of it instead.  

 

Quote

That music was written for the part where they are walking and talking and it ends when the raindrop falls on the leaf. It is actually meant to start after the crane shot of the blimps in the aftermath of omaha but the theme was tracked again which was not good for the movie. I remember one reviewer as well as one personal friend who discredited Williams' approach for that very scene, not realizing the music was retracked.

 

http://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?/topic/4265-saving-private-ryan-unused-music/&do=findComment&comment=86043

 

 

 

Anyways, there's no reason to use the film at all to figure out stuff, the sheet music tells the complete story.

 

1M1 Revisiting Normandy
3M1/4M1 Omaha Beach
5M1 Approaching The Enemy
8M1/9M1 Finding Private Ryan
10M1 Wade's Death
11M1 High School Teacher
12M1 Defense Preparations
16M1/17M1 The Last Battle
17M2 Hymm To The Fallen

 

There's also no reason to include the album "version" of High School Teacher for any reason.  It's simply the opening 43 bars of High School Teacher segueing to a massive repeat of Omaha Beach seguing back to bars 48-end of High School Teacher.  The track called "High School Teacher (Film Version)" is simply all of High School Teacher with no edits and nothing missing.

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