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dfenton85

Member Since 01 Feb 2004
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In Topic: Spielberg to direct Jennifer Lawrence in "It's What I Do"

03 March 2015 - 01:01 PM

I'll believe this only after the movie is released and we start complaining about unreleased cues.


In Topic: The Quick Question Thread

26 February 2015 - 09:52 PM

I'm suffering a complete mental block at the moment. There is a theme that begins with almost the exact first three notes from this suite:

 

 

I'm hopeless at describing music but it is: those 3 notes, then another note, then those 3 notes again, then about 7 notes, and finally the three notes again. I think it is played on a harpsichord or a similar sounding instrument. It could very well be from How To Steal A Million but I haven't heard it in that suite or any other clips (I don't have the CD, yet - ordered from ebay today). I'm sure it'll be really obvious when I find out.

 

Can anyone identify that theme.


In Topic: Walt Disney Records The Legacy Collection

18 February 2015 - 08:14 PM

I'd love to see Aladdin and especially Beauty and the Beast get this treatment. I adore those scores.


In Topic: The Book Thief (2013) - New Williams film score!

17 February 2015 - 12:38 AM

That glitch is on the Spotify version too  :shakehead:


In Topic: If The Lost World gets a 20th Anniv. Release like Jurassic Park...

16 February 2015 - 10:50 PM

That microedit from Rescuing Sarah / Truck Stop is the single most baffling edit I've ever heard in an OST. I just can't fathom his logic for it. Not only did he cut the best moment from the cue, he cut one of the best moments from the whole score that accompanies one of the film's most memorable moments. I absolutely love the bells that ring out the death knell for Eddie as the T-Rexes emerge from the treeline. It is an awesome score moment. My guess is that perhaps in his own humble way, there was something in that minute of music that he wasn't pleased with and maybe he felt he could have done a better job, hence the edit.

 

Thankfully the sfx from the DVD rip of that moment aren't too intrusive and I usually have a very low tolerance for sfx/dialog in DVD rips.