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There’s still quite a few titles missing from that list. I believe this should be complete:   Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) Cue List Composed by John Wi

Spielberg seems to really be against deleted scenes (except for a few occasions) and commentary tracks for whatever reason. I wonder what kinds of things we'll get... in the future

Not like we needed any more evidence about the ownership of these scores, but even the unreleased and unused inserts have reverted to Disney Music now:   I never realised Room In Flame

I'm now completely sure that 9m1x is the chanting overdub for 9m1. 1:11 on the Concord track is exactly where the chanting would end, just like on the cue sheet. Final (?) mystery solved!

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I'm now completely sure that 9m1x is the chanting overdub for 9m1. 1:11 on the Concord track is exactly where the chanting would end, just like on the cue sheet. Final (?) mystery solved!

Jason, what have you found out!!! Did you have an illumination?

Yes, I can confirm that 9M1X "?!? Continued" is indeed a kind of overdub for 9M1 "Short Round Escapes". We should have inferred it from the identical slate number. It's difficult to hear the cue (mostly because the Sanskrit lyrics are not sung along with the melodies we all are used to) but it's definitely there. It seems that the second ceremony was always meant to be tracked from the first ceremony, except for short shots.

Yes, the final mystery is solved. Now... has anybody got sheet music from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade? ;)

Matteo

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I have the sheet music for Raiders, but I don't think it will shed lights on any new mysteries or anything

We need to get our hands on the Last Crusade sheet music!

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OK, here is my version of the cue "Entrance of the Boy King". JW's music is sooooo much more complex than mine. Much harder to make a realistic mock-up of.

My tempo is different than the one already posted. Let me know what you think!

"Entrance of the Boy King"

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UU1ZZ610

Colin,

I really like your demo! The tempo difference really makes that cue very different, musically, than the one I posted. I agree with Jason, I think yours was closer than mine to the intended tempo. My tempo was just based on what made the whole thing last about 14-16 seconds, which is how long the cue which replaced it lasted (5m1x, "The Emperor's Entrance"). (Well, technically, the entire cue itself is much longer, but the part where the maharajah comes in is ten measures, like this one).

I think that what likely happened was that the scene got shortened, hence the need for a new cue...or just "something like that." Maybe they didn't like the cue itself...as great as JW is, this one really does nothing for me (at least the demo itself)...the replacement cue does have a little more Pomp & Circumstance to it though, so maybe this one just wasn't flamboyant enough.

I wish these had tempos marked in them! haha

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I have the sheet music for Raiders, but I don't think it will shed lights on any new mysteries or anything

We need to get our hands on the Last Crusade sheet music!

Okay, give me a day or two...

EDIT: Jason, I sent you PM for Last Crusade...

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Is the bridge percussion cue composed by Kuljit Bhamra ?

I google and foud this page...

look !

Chris

That appears to be a page about a score he wrote in 1990, and mentions that he was an extra (Thuggee Drummer) in TOD. Nice find, though!

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Maybe I understood wrong, but I think that what airmanjerm meant when he posted his version of "A Tribute to Vernon" about the track length was that the original track is about 1.56 long, while the rest was what he and his friend improvised. Or, at least, I understood it this way, considering what we have on the cue sheet. If I'm correct, this makes 1M3 1 minute and 56 seconds long.

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Maybe I understood wrong, but I think that what airmanjerm meant when he posted his version of "A Tribute to Vernon" about the track length was that the original track is about 1.56 long, while the rest was what he and his friend improvised. Or, at least, I understood it this way, considering what we have on the cue sheet. If I'm correct, this makes 1M3 1 minute and 56 seconds long.

Matteo

Yes that is correct...(at least from my end).

Here's a demo of "Exchange of Glances," 5m2B.

There is an error in the written music, but the fix is reflected in this demo.

It's supposed to fade out at the end, but I neglected to do that...oh well, I'll do it next time as I have to run out of the office for a while.

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Maybe I understood wrong, but I think that what airmanjerm meant when he posted his version of "A Tribute to Vernon" about the track length was that the original track is about 1.56 long, while the rest was what he and his friend improvised. Or, at least, I understood it this way, considering what we have on the cue sheet. If I'm correct, this makes 1M3 1 minute and 56 seconds long.

Matteo

Yes that is correct...(at least from my end).

Aaaah! Thanks guys! Will fix right away.

#998!

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Maybe I understood wrong, but I think that what airmanjerm meant when he posted his version of "A Tribute to Vernon" about the track length was that the original track is about 1.56 long, while the rest was what he and his friend improvised. Or, at least, I understood it this way, considering what we have on the cue sheet. If I'm correct, this makes 1M3 1 minute and 56 seconds long.

Matteo

Yes that is correct...(at least from my end).

Aaaah! Thanks guys! Will fix right away.

Gosh Jason, get with the program.

(Tons of sarcasm intended.) :D

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the bridge percussion has to be by williams doesnt it?

There is many percussion in the rest of the score and source music.

Its a very simple composition... maybe he told by voice the rythm and the orchestrators expanded it and conducted it...

Ot it could be bn burtt like in AOTC :D

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the bridge percussion has to be by williams doesnt it?

There is many percussion in the rest of the score and source music.

Its a very simple composition... maybe he told by voice the rythm and the orchestrators expanded it and conducted it...

Ot it could be bn burtt like in AOTC :D

There's similar (but faster) percussion in the "Saving Willie" cue.

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Sadly Last Crusade is not complete, but here's whats in it

1m4/2m1x Sweetener

2m2 The Boat Scene

2m3/3m1 Sinister Visitors

3m2a The Holy Grail

3m3 Father's Study

4m2 Beneath the Floors

4m3/5m1 Kazim and the Rats!

5m3 Intro

5m6 Into Bavaria

5m6/6m1 Bringing on Father

6m2 Discussing the Book

6m2x New Ending

6m3 Alternate Start

6m4 Market Source

6m5 The Capture of Marcus

7m1 The Austrian Way

7m2 Room in Flames

7m2 Insert #2

7m4/8m1 To Berlin

8m2 Koenig Graetzer March

8m3 Meeting Hitler

8m5 Intrigue on the Dirigible

8m7/9m1 Turning Around

9m2 Alexandretta

9m2 Final Ending

9m3 Palace Source

9m4 Kasim Meets Max

10m1 The Death of Kazim

10m1 Fix for Bar 65

10m1 Insert 1

10m1 Insert 2

10m1 Insert 3

10m1 Insert A

10m3/11m1 On The Tank

10m3/11m1 Insert 1

11m4/12m1 The Canyon Of The Crescent Moon

11m4/12m1 Indy Dad Alternate Start

12m2 The Penitent Man Will Pass

13m3 The Wrong Choice

13m4/14m1 Letting Go

more info to come after I eat dinner :P

I just put the Indy 3 known cue names in post #1, check it out!

Here's my observations:

  • Apparently "Death Of Kazim" is the "Out Of Fuel" of Last Crusade
  • A lot of the Concord titles came right from Williams's names, just like Temple
  • Who would have guessed that the "missing" opening of "Escape From Venice" was recorded separate?
  • Who would have guessed that Williams wrote the Hatay source music?
  • What the heck is "Meeting Hitler"? An entire cue that was replaced by Koniggratzer in the film? Did the "timpani overdub" come from this?
  • Which if the "Death Of Kazim" inserts is the one we know about (nazi march as Vogel enters the tank) ?
  • Dammit, is the beginning of "Canyon of the Crescent Moon" different in the film, and I didn't notice it?
  • I assume "Letting It Go" ends at 2:07 on "Finale and End Credits?
  • Is the "Unused Indy Fanfare" one of many Inserts or Fixes?
  • Why were 4 different orchestrators needed?

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airmanjerm, thanks so much for Exchange Of Glances! Sounds very much like the other dinner overdubs (5m2a). Sometime I will have to watch that scene again and see which section this was meant to underscore

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Thoughts so far on the Last Crusade manuscript:

1m4/2m1x Sweetener = The short overdub (missing from the Concord) that can be heard in the film right after Indy falls into the lion car. Note that this also identifies the end of "Indy's Very First Adventure" on the original album as 1m4, and the new Concord material as 2m1.

8m3 Meeting Hitler = To The Blimp

Looking into the Death of Kazim inserts...

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Here's my breakdown of where you can find all the music:

INDIANA JONES AND LAST CRUSADE

  • 1m1 chanting source music - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 1m2 "Main Titles" - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 1m3 "Stealing The Cross" - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 1m4/2m1 "Escape From The Train" - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 1m4/2m1x Sweetener (6 bars)

"Indy's Very First Adventure" on the concord combines 1m2, 1m3, and 1m4/2m1.

the 2m1x Sweetener is the unreleased music I had referred to as "Insert" or "New Opening"

  • 2m2 The Boat Scene (63 bars)

"The Boat Scene" on Concord

  • 2m3/3m1 Sinister Visitors (20 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Packet From Dad"

  • 3m2 Donovan's party source music - was not in the sheet music I got

Not composed by Williams

  • 3m2a The Holy Grail (17 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Inscription On The Rock"

  • 3m3 Father's Study (45 bars)

"Father's Study" on the Concord

  • 3m4 "Flight To Venice" - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 4m1 "X Marks The Spot" - was not in the sheet music I got

Combined into "X Marks The Spot" on the OST and Concord

  • 4m2 Beneath The Floors (48 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "The Catacombs"

  • 4m3/5m1 Kazim and the Rats! (84 bars)

"Ah, Rats!" on the OST and Concord

  • 5m2 Venice source music - was not in the sheet music I got

Not composed by Williams

  • 5m3 "Escape From Venice" - was not in the sheet music I got

We still don't know if the extra mandolin in the film was always part of the cue, and mixed out of the album version, or it was a sweetener added later

  • 5m3 Intro (2 bars)

The missing unreleased opening

  • 5m4 Elsa's record player source music - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 5m5 Venice source music - was not in the sheet music I got

Not composed by Williams

  • 5m6 Into Bavaria (10 bars)

"Journey to Austria" on Concord

  • 5m6/6m1 Bringing On Father (41 bars)

"Father and Son Reunited" on Concord

  • 6m2 Discussing The Book (50 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Family Reunion" or "Papa Jones"

  • 6m2x New Ending (6 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Don't Call Me Junior!" or "Papa Jones End Tag"

  • 6m3 Alternate Start (46 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Elsa's Betrayal" or "Put Down The Gun"

  • 6m4 Market Source (19 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "Iskenderun"

  • 6m5 The Capture Of Marcus (25 bars)

"Marcus Is Captured" on the Concord

  • 7m1 The Austrian Way (62 bars)

"The Austrian Way" on the Concord

  • 7m2 Room In Flames (107 bars)

"Alarm!" on the Concord

  • 7m2 Insert #1 - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 7m2 Insert #2 (4 bars) - Replaces bars 61-64 of 7m2

I'll have to listen to the film closer to see if I can find these!

  • 7m3 "Scherzo For Motorcycle And Orchestra" - was not in the sheet music I got

I'd love to know if that was William's cue sheet name

  • 7m4/8m1 To Berlin (28 bars) - Begin bar 1 on "Close Up - Angry Dad" and segue to "German Army Band" at final bar (0:59.20)

"To Berlin" on the Concord

  • 8m2 Koeniggraetzer March (91 bars) - "Repeat drums as needed" at bar 89

The bootleg track we've been calling "Der Koniggratzer"

  • 8m3 Meeting Hitler (42 bars)

"To The Blimp" on the Concord

  • 8m4 Unknown - was not in the sheet music I got

No idea if there was an 8m4 or not, or what it could have been

  • 8m5 Intrigue On The Dirigible (64 bars)

"No Ticket" on the OST and Concord. This is filled with interesting notes that refer to the cut footage:

bar 9: ':22 German Officer'

bar 17: ':43.30 Officer Moves Away'

bar 23: ':53.5'

bar 24: 'Walking Stick on Newspaper'

bar 26: 'M.S. Officer'

bar 27: '"Guttentag Heir Jones" etc, 1:04 cut to Indy'

bar 29: '1:10 German'

bar 33: '1:19.20 Officer Lands in Boxes'

bar 35: '"No Ticket"'

bar 36: "1:27.40 Frightened Crowd"

bar 38: "They wave tickets"

bar 40: "1:38 Shouts In German"

bar 42: "1:43.90 Insert Leaflet"

bar 45: "1:52 Indy Head Down"

bar 47: "1:56.95 Gestapo Agent Frozen"

bar 49: "2:02.95 Agent hits floor"

bar 52: "2:11.30 Indy's Legs"

bar 54: "2:16.4"

bar 56: "2:21"

bar 61: "2:33 Hi Shot Radio Room"

bar 63: "2:39"

bar 64: "Exterior Dirigible"

  • 8m6 Blimp source music - was not in the sheet music I got

Williams didn't write this

  • 8m7/9m1 Turning Around (38 bars)

"The Blimp Turns Around" on Concord

  • 9m2 "Keeping Up With The Joneses" - was not in the sheet music I got

Would love to know Wiilliams' real cue name for this

  • 9m2 New Ending (85 bars)

The bootleg track we've been calling "The Bird of Charlemagne" or "Keeping Up With The Joneses (Film Version)"

  • 9m2 Final Ending (10 bars) - Note on bar 1: "Overlap Bar 93 of 9m2 New Ending" bar 9: "Overlap source"

The new Indy's theme ending to the above cue

  • 9m3 Palace Source (12 bars)

Yup, I would never have guessed Williams wrote this

  • 9m4 Kasim Meets Max (40 bars)

"Brother Of The Cruciform Sword" on the OST and Concord

  • 10m1 The Death Of Kazim (81 bars)
  • 10m1 Insert 1 (6 bars) - Replaces bars 27-32 of 10m1
  • 10m1 Insert 2 (5 bars) - Replaces bars 40-45 of 10m1
  • 10m1 Insert 3 (10 bars) - Replaces bars 65-74 of 10m1
  • 10m1 Fix Fix For Bar 65 (12 bars) - Replaces bars 65-end of 10m1
  • 10m1 Insert A (14 bars)

Phew!

Well, 10m1 is "Death Of Kazim" on the Concord

10m1 Insert 1 is the bootleg track that was called "Unused Indy Fanfare" or "Indy Fanfare Part 1"

10m1 Insert 2 is the unreleased Nazi Theme insert as Vogel enters the tank

10m1 Insert 3 and Insert A are unreleased and unused in the film

10m1 Fix is the bootleg track that was called "Indy Fanfare Part 2" or "Death Of Kazim New Ending"

  • 10m2 "Belly Of The Steel Beast 0:00-2:24"- was not in the sheet music I got

Would have liked to have known the real cue name of this

  • 10m3/11m1 On The Tank (125 bars) - Note to overlap on bar 1
  • 10m3/11m1 Insert 1 (5 bars)
  • 10m3/11m1 Insert 2 (3 bars)

well 10m3/11m1 is "On The Tank" on the Concord

Insert 1 is the unreleased Nazi Theme insert

Insert 2 is the unreleased "3 Nazis 1 Bullet" insert

  • 11m2 "Belly Of The Steel Beast 2:24-end aka Indy Vs Vogel" - was not in the sheet music I got
  • 11m3 unknown - was not in the sheet music I got

It's possible that the second half of "Belly Of The Steel Beast" on the album is actually 2 cues, 11m2 and 11m3, who knows

  • 11m4/12m1 Canyon Of The Crescent Moon (104 bars)
  • 11m4/12m1 Overlap Indy Dad Alternate Start (9 bars) - Final bar overlaps bar 18 of 11m4/12m1

I think the Overlap can be heard in the film

  • 12m2 The Penitent Man Will Pass (54 bars)

The bootleg cue we've been calling "Henry Is Shot" or "Papa Jones Shot", which contains the actual first trial (Penitent Man) scene

  • 13m1 "The Penitent Man Will Pass" - was not in the sheet music I got

The cue for the 2nd and 3rd trials (Name of God and Path of God), which Williams chose to call "The Penitent Man Will Pass" on the OST

  • 13m2 "The Keeper Of The Grail" - was not in the sheet music I got

"The Keeper Of The Grail" on the OST and Concord

  • 13m3 The Wrong Choice (84 bars)

"Wrong Choice, Right Choice" on the Concord

  • 13m4/14m1 Letting It Go (47 bars)
  • 14m2 End Credits (289 bars)

combined into "Finale and End Credits" on the OST and Concord

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"10m1 Insert 1" is the so-called "Unknown Indy Fanfare" from the boot. It was pretty obviously meant to replace 0:43-0:53 of "Death Of Kazim" (or, as the title seems to indicate, to be inserted as an extension) -- pay special attention to the final note.

"10m1 Insert 2" is the Nazi theme

"10m1 Insert 3" is the Indy B-theme

"10m1 Insert A" seems to be an alternate version of the aforementioned passage surrounding 0:43-0:53 -- the distinctive brass fanfare is definitely there.

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8m3 Meeting Hitler = To The Blimp

Ooooh!

In the film, after the Meeting Hitler scene, the Der Koniggratzer march ends and then the next music heard is 0:49 of the way into "To The Blimp"... that means that the first 0:49 of the cue was actually meant to underscore the meeting with Hitler! Fascinating!

"10m1 Insert 1" is the so-called "Unknown Indy Fanfare" from the boot. It was pretty obviously meant to replace 0:43-0:53 of "Death Of Kazim" -- pay special attention to the final note.

"10m1 Insert 2" is the Nazi theme

"10m1 Insert 3" is the Indy B-theme

Nice!

and 10m1 Fix for Bar 65 is the "new ending" right?

"10m1 Insert A" seems to be an alternate version of the aforementioned passage surrounding 0:43-0:53 -- the distinctive brass fanfare is definitely there.

I just checked the film, and it appears to match the album version of Death of Kazim from 043-053

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and 10m3 Fix for Bar 65 is the "new ending" right?

If you mean 10m1 Fix, then yes, I believe it is.

"10m1 Insert A" seems to be an alternate version of the aforementioned passage surrounding 0:43-0:53 -- the distinctive brass fanfare is definitely there.

I just checked the film, and it appears to match the album version of Death of Kazim from 043-053

And both film and album match the sheet music for 10m1. The insert was apparently written and possibly recorded, but not used. ALTERNATE THEORY: I discounted 10m1 Insert A as a replacement for that fanfare towards the end of the cue because it's too short. But I suppose he may have intended it to be used in conjunction with 10m1 Fix as a part of the restructured ending. A better student of manuscripts than I may be able to shed more light on the subject.

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Yea I meant 10m1, d'oh

Also, Canyon Of The Crescent Moon beginning sounds the same as the album version to me. I guess the 11m4/12m1 overlap was unused?

So what is the Alarm insert #2? Is it a louder more powerful rendition of the Nazi march? I thought when I first heard the Concord version it wasn't quite as powerful as I remembered from the film...

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So what is the Alarm insert #1? Is it a louder more powerful rendition of the Nazi march? I thought when I first heard the Concord version it wasn't quite as powerful as I remembered from the film...

No idea on the "Room in Flames" inserts. (#1 is missing from the documentation, correct? And #2 is just one sustained note followed by a stinger.) But we do know this scene was tinkered with after Williams scored it. Perhaps one or both of the inserts were meant to cover the bit where Indy's father blows on the dropped lighter and ignites the drapes -- in the film, music was tracked in here. (Or at least, I've always assumed it was tracked from later in the cue. It sounds identical to the passage immediately following the Nazi variations.)

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Yea I meant Insert #2 sorry. Its late I can't type ;)

Yea that part bothered me aftering hearing the full cue from the Concord..... if listening to the Concord version is any indication, as soon as the lighter fell and caught the floor on fire it was supposed to cut to the Nazi scene? And then have Henry say "the floor's on fire... and the chair" AFTER the whole nazi scene? Spielberg was right to switch the scenes around (though its a shame he didn't do so until after Williams scored it)

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Yea I meant 10m1, d'oh

Also, Canyon Of The Crescent Moon beginning sounds the same as the album version to me. I guess the 11m4/12m1 overlap was unused?

e Canyon of the Crescent Moon begins with the theme from Keeping Up with the Joneses and the overlap uses of the variation of Henry's theme (heard at the end of Inscription on the Rock, or when Henry says "Junior..." at the end). The later is used in the fim and soundtrack.

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What the heck is "Meeting Hitler"? An entire cue that was replaced by Koniggratzer in the film? Did the "timpani overdub" come from this?

I think "Meeting Hitler" is the first part of the cue "To The Blimp". If you listen well you can hear the music was meant to accompany the sequence from the point where Indy and Henry are overwhelmed by the Nazi crowd and then Indy finishes face-to-face with the Fuhrer (and JW also composed a little sinister motif for Hitler, if you listen well). In the end, the scene was rescored with the timpani and snare overdubs, integrating and flowing with the "Koniggratzer" source music.

Why were 4 different orchestrators needed?

Becuse these scores are usually very long and full of notes and need to be completed in a very short timeframe. If I'm right the score was orchestrated by Spencer, Neufeld, Courage and Boston Pops-arranger Pat Hollenbeck.

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Yea I meant 10m1, d'oh

Also, Canyon Of The Crescent Moon beginning sounds the same as the album version to me. I guess the 11m4/12m1 overlap was unused?

e Canyon of the Crescent Moon begins with the theme from Keeping Up with the Joneses and the overlap uses of the variation of Henry's theme (heard at the end of Inscription on the Rock, or when Henry says "Junior..." at the end). The later is used in the fim and soundtrack.

Ahh! So what is the timestamp of when the Overlap ends and the original cue is resumed? And how much of the original cue have we never heard? (same amount?)

Wow... One can't even wake up late for just one day, and this is all what happens...

JWFan never sleeps!

I think "Meeting Hitler" is the first part of the cue "To The Blimp". If you listen well you can hear the music was meant to accompany the sequence from the point where Indy and Henry are overwhelmed by the Nazi crowd and then Indy finishes face-to-face with the Fuhrer (and JW also composed a little sinister motif for Hitler, if you listen well). In the end, the scene was rescored with the timpani and snare overdubs, integrating and flowing with the "Koniggratzer" source music.

... Maurizio, did you read the last 10 posts or so before replying? ;)

Why were 4 different orchestrators needed?
Becuse these scores are usually very long and full of notes and need to be completed in a very short timeframe. If I'm right the score was orchestrated by Spencer, Neufeld, Courage and Boston Pops-arranger Pat Hollenbeck.

... Yes, all that information is in the spreadsheet link I posted in post#1 of this thread...;)

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Jason some of these threads that start breaking down all these cues can be a bit tedious to scroll thru so you might see some repeated questions or comments.

When I first listened to the cue "To The Blimp" it dawned on me that this was meant to underscore Indy's encounter with Hitler.

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is the konnigratzer the same version as in the bootleg or the film version? I mean are the snare drums in the middle or in the ending?

So, the 'blimp-berlin air terminal' theme is Hitler's!

So the Hitler scene was scored like this?:

0:00-0:12 indy leaves elsa and she looks to him

0:13-0:29 indy and his father are dragged by the crowds

0:29 Hitler looks don to the book, and his theme is played.

0:40 he takes the book and signs it

hitler's theme starts again as indy notices he is just signing and then the change to the berlin air terminal

I checked with the film and it matches :lol:

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is the konnigratzer the same version as in the bootleg or the film version? I mean are the snare drums in the middle or in the ending?

I think there is only one recording (which we have in bootleg form) and it was re-arranged in the final film once it was decided to drop the beginning of Meeting Hitler

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Ahh! So what is the timestamp of when the Overlap ends and the original cue is resumed? And how much of the original cue have we never heard? (same amount?)

The first 34 seconds of Canyon of the Crescent Moon on the CD is the overlap. It seems that the original cue is a bit longer (the original cue resumes in page 5, "tempo I".

It is curious that Keeping Up with the Joneses theme, which is hardly on the film, was re-scored with the "other" Henry Jones theme.

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It would be nice is a future box set includes interviews with Williams, and somebody asks him why Spielberg changed around so much of the Last Crusade score

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I have figured out where exchanging glances goes after the maraharajah tells all his guest that he won't let the thugee cult happen in his kingdom again. Chatter lal looks at the maraharajah and indy looks at chatter lal right before chilled on monkey brain

Good catch!

Awesome! I played the demo with the movie and it looks just about right...I think the tempo I tried was about right, here's to s shot in the dark!

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It does seem right--and on top of that, it seems like it should segue into the monkey brains music...but...

5m2a The First Supper (154 bars)

5m2b Exchange Of Glances (7 bars) - Not Used

...this doesn't seem to allow for that to be there. 5m3 is Nocturnal Activities. Is the apparent monkey brains music tracked from "The First Supper" and the segue possibility just a happy coincidence? The only other possibility I can think of is that "Exchange of Glances" was in a different feel and was recorded separately, whereas "The First Supper" was recorded as basically all of the different little cues for the feast in one shot. Can anyone shed some light on this? Jason?

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