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source link Author: Handley
Posted: Apr 29 2004 - 03:43 PM
Subject: Yes! Lakers Basketball!
That is the name of the theme, and it is played at Lakers basketball games.

Author: Tom
Posted: Apr 29 2004 - 07:37 AM
Subject: 2001 theme?
From your description this sounds a lot like the opening of "Also Sprach Zarathustra" a classical by Richard Strauss. It was the main theme for the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey". But I've never heard it used at sporting events, so maybe this is not it. You can download a midi file at www.palantir.net/2001/sounds.html.
Author: Sally
Posted: Apr 29 2004 - 01:36 AM
Subject: Triumphant Trumpet Song w/ Drums
I think you mean Bummmmm. (Higher) Bummmmm.(Higher) Bummmmm (Higher) Bumm Bummm (drum drum drum drum drum drum).

I've heard of it!! Sadly, I can't think of the tune either!!! But you're right its really triumphant and has lots of trumpets! Can anyone help?
Author: R jones
Posted: Apr 29 2004 - 01:30 AM
click Subject: Triumphant Trumpet Song w/ Drums
I've got a difficult song to try and explain, but everyone has heard of it. It was used it "Cheaper by the Dozen" with Steven Martin and played as he flew threw the air to land on an unexpecting child.

It is mainly trumpets though is accompanied by loud drums. Goes a bit like this.

Bummmmm. (Higher) Bummmmm. (Higher) Bumm Bummm (drum drum drum drum drum drum).

and it repeats. It is often played during basketball team introductions or at other sporting events. It is very triumphant and dramatic. Can anyone name this tune??
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