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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Single bar film theme from...where?
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source link Author: So annoyed by this
Posted: Jun 14 2003 - 10:58 PM
Subject: Single bar film theme from...where?
Had this in my head all day, really irritating me now, sure you know the feeling otherwise you wouldn't be here.


 
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It's a lot slower than it looks on this line above, ince I couldn't find a way to make semi-breves in the editor, and the timing of the quavers is out (should be double dotted crochet and semi-demi quavers) for the same reason.

Convinced its from a recent blockbusterish film, a single bar theme played by full brass section for some sort of epic shot or crisis moment in the film...in fact, got everything but the name of the film =) Anyone able to help will have my eternal gratitude for being able to sleep again.

Cheers

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