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Author: borjero
Posted: Mar 31 2019 - 03:04 AM
Subject: I need to find a movie soundtrack
I can't remember which movie it is from, I just keep hearing a fragment of the soundtrack inside my head and it's turning me crazy, I really need to find the movie. The track repeats the same motive several times, which follows a sequence of notes like D - E - F - E (or its equivalent in another scale), the first three are quick and the last one long. The main instruments are trumpets or similar. I am almost sure the track is played during a dramatic or an action scene, maybe a battle, but I can't really picture it. I hope someone can help me find where I got this music from, I'm sorry I can't give any more clues.
Thanks anyway.
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