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Comments about the soundtrack for Angels & Demons (Hans Zimmer)
5-note ambigram?

Gavin Salkeld
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Michael Björk
5-note ambigram?   Tuesday, May 12, 2009 (4:00 p.m.) 

What is this 5-note ambigram mentioned in the review? Am I missing something obvious?


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Michael Björk
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Gavin Salkeld
Re: 5-note ambigram?   Friday, May 15, 2009 (4:39 p.m.) 

> What is this 5-note ambigram mentioned in the review? Am I missing
> something obvious?

Maybe refered to a certain motif in the score where the notes has been inverted but still sounds the same backwards.


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Re: 5-note ambigram?   Friday, May 15, 2009 (7:50 p.m.) 

> Maybe refered to a certain motif in the score where the notes has been
> inverted but still sounds the same backwards.

OK but how does that appeal to people who would want the bootleg, as the review seems to hint?



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Re: 5-note ambigram?   Wednesday, July 1, 2009 (12:05 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: 160 BPM  

Is it possible that the five-note ambigram refers to the rising five-note pattern that is evident in most of the cues, like at 0:06 in 160 BPM? I don't know.


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