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  1. Still one of the most gorgeous openings I've heard in a movie !
  2. Here's a different way of listening to the Bike Chase ! French Horns and Trumpets only
  3. Wish I'd read this thread sooner ! Just bought it on Itunes France and the score-only version doesn't appear anywhere... I suppose it should be in this menu ?
  4. Just saying it's impressive to look at And to think that JW wrote all of these notes one by one, and that later they were all written again by orchestrators/score preparators...seems like such a daunting task ! I remember JoAnn Kane saying they'd copied something like a million notes for a certain JW project
  5. Yeah it's quite insane and fascinating how intricate these scores can be...especially that kind of action cues ! So many things going on, so many ideas, so many layers, so many notes
  6. 2:38 - 2:46 Those chords he used with those little flute motifs on top, as Kevin slowly turns towards Harry and Marvin ! Brilliant scoring
  7. Always loved the horn solo in Duncan's Toy Store, and of course the whole "To the plaza, presto" cue ! So here it is, all transcribed by ear ( as far as I know there isn't a lot of Home Alone 2 sheet music out there ^^ )
  8. I'd say they do yeah ! Any time a big "epic" sound is needed you can be sure there'll be a 4 or 6-horn section playing in unison, and when it's in the high range that's when it gets risky ^^ Especially if the horn players have been playing for quite some time during a session or concert and suddenly they have to play a high part...in that case you can never be 100% sure the right note is gonna come out
  9. Haha, well you are absolutely RIGHT ! Especially when the whole horn section is playing in unison and one of them misses a note...there are so many cues in which this happened and it was nonetheless kept in the final mix And I've heard it countless times live, well I even heard it a few times during the LSO show last year at the Royal Albert Hall ! Yeah...the french horn is no easy instrument to play
  10. The 8-horn section on this score was phenomenal !! Here's my transcription and cover of 6m3 "Take to your ships"
  11. Just released a horn cover of 7m3, 7m4, 7m5, 7m6 and 7m6A from HP3 ! All thanks to this wonderful boxset
  12. Here's my horn cover of 15m3 "The Lost Boys", which as you know was partly replaced by "You Are the Pan" in the movie. It really gives the scene a totally different vibe !
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