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  1. 5 hours ago, aj_vader said:

    Great work! 

     

    Thank you!

     

    8 hours ago, bollemanneke said:

    That's quite impressive! Not perfect, but a great first try. You should look at the cue list/sheet music, though.

     

    Thank you as well. I did look at the cue list, but I have no goddamn clue where to find the sheet music.

  2. 3 minutes ago, Jay said:

    Right.  The original version is what he wrote first, what we can see in the sheet music leak, what turned up in some DVD menu, but isn't in the film nor on the LLL set.


    The low rumbling version that came later is both in the film and on the LLL set.

     

    Okay, that makes perfect sense. Thank you! 

    Screw it, I'm making a spreadsheet. And it's gonna suck because I've never seen the sheet music and I've never made a spreadsheet before!

  3. 3 hours ago, Jay said:

    Yes.... isn't that what I said?  Sorry if I worded something wrong.  The music you hear in the film when Marge points her finger is what opens the "Alternate" track on disc 2.

     

    You said the revised version was there but not the original. I had no clue if the revised version or the original was what was used in the movie because sometimes the originals go in and the revised versions never get used.

  4. 7 hours ago, Jay said:

    Williams' original version of Aunt Marge Points the Finger is not on the LLL release; The Revised version however opens "Aunt Marge's Waltz (Alternate)" on Disc 2.

     

    More Grim and Boggarts features an alternate version of "You Have the Grim", an alternate version of "The Spider", then "Clown out the Cupboard" without the circus organ overlay.

    Ohh. Is the film version of Aunt Marge Points the Finger in the Waltz alternate?

  5. On 5/4/2019 at 3:45 AM, bollemanneke said:

    Seconded. Every time someone bumps this thread, I get excited hoping for HP3. Not that I haven't worked 99% out myself, but it would be great to have your take and all the cue names.

    Can I have your info on it? I have most of it figured out but I can't find "Aunt Marge Points the Finger" anywhere is the box set and I don't even know what the point of "More Grim and Boggarts" is.

  6. 3 minutes ago, Brundlefly said:

    Does anyone else hear a clicking noise at 0:39 in "Buckbeak Saves the Day / Watching the Past"? I don't know whether it is my CD or just a noise from the recording.

     

    I think all the clicks are a part of a recording. They come so rhythmically and they're always in a place that makes sense with the music in mine.

  7. 2 hours ago, JoeinAR said:

    I have been listening to John Williams music since the early 60's, both the good and the bad. Rots is a terrible score to a terrible movie. Its only good when it quotes Star Wars. I still can't decide which is worse Aotc or Rots. Either one is a loser. Such bad filmmaking. 

     

    Really? I've never met somebody who actually hates the Prequel scores. Most people I've seen agree that the films suck but the soundtracks are gold. May I ask why you think so? I'm genuinely curious what you don't like.

  8. 15 minutes ago, Brundlefly said:

    No no, I am absolutely serious with this and not at all sarcastic. It IS a nice experiment. Both the music and the scene are fantastic an their own. But put them together and the whole thing doesn't work anymore. My posts in this thread have by no means the intention to offend you, but I see that they can be read like that. Too much room for interpretation, that's the problem of the written word. The experiment as such is cool, the awful thing is exclusively the result.

     

    The comment in the other thread referred more to the general "anniversary-insanity" that is oftentimes proven to be wrong, absolutely nothing personal. By the way, to answer your questions, I had a great day and pine apples are my third favourite fruit, right after bananas and strawberrys!

     

    Oh, well I'm sorry for assuming! I actually did the whole scene with music and it did NOT work. Silence is golden, as they say. I just thought it was funny how it synced up perfectly with the cuts in the scene, even though it wasn't scored for it and score doesn't work there. 

  9. Just now, Josh500 said:

     

    1999 is the year when TPM came out... 

     

    :w00t::flameblob:

     

    I bet MM and Jay are working on it right now, before they let it slip in a concert program some time next year... 

     

    I really want to see it but i'm pretty sure we won't. Then again, I said that about Titanic, Jurassic Park, and Harry Potter so it's anyone's guess (except Jay's maybe).

  10. 14 minutes ago, Brundlefly said:

    Well, it's a nice experiment that shows us, how great music can destroy a great scene, when it doesn't fit.

     

    Did somebody get up on the wrong side of the bed? This is the second time you've seemed to target me specifically. You got something against pineapples?

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