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Performance of Harry Potter Suite by Hungarian orchestra.


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3 minutes ago, Holko said:

I love Hollerung, he made both of his film music selection concerts I've been to very enjoyable with his style and anecdotes. I could try and transcribe/translate that intro tomorrow if anyone's interested.


Thanks, I'm sure many would appreciate that!  

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3 minutes ago, Holko said:

Eh, fuck it. I'm doing the whole thing.


I'd gladly do at least part of it, but you'll probably do a better job :).

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Just now, carlborg said:

Love the deconstructed parts, even though I can't understand one word of Hungarian

Indeed, I *adored* hearing the separate winds and string in isolation for the Nimbus 2000 theme. Just shows how unfathomably layered and intricate the theme is, even when the trumpets dominate. Most contemporary film composers could only dream of writing as complex as that. 

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@Holko Thank you so much this is amazing!

I wonder if the decision for the trumpet to play the voice part in bar 67 of Double Trouble came from the conductor, or if its indicated in mancanza in the parts (nothing written in the score).

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21 hours ago, King Mark said:

I'm saving this video. It contains the first good sounding performance of Orchestral Double Trouble

I did not know this piece even existed.  Excellent arrangement.  My favorite remains the crazy string version of the end credits, but this is fun.  

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The next John Williams concert of the hungarian orchestra (Budafoki Dohnányi Zenekar)

 

Understandable Music

COLLECTIVE MUSIC MEMORY

John Williams: Star Wars

 

on 02/05/2021

at  Zeneakadémia, 1061 Budapest, Liszt F. tér 8.

 

Tickets

 

 

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From the ticket availability, I suspect they'll hold another one like they supposedly did for this HP one.

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