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Comments about the soundtrack for Atlantis: The Lost Empire (James Newton Howard)
the very first trailer

Romão Santos
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Levente Benedek
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the very first trailer   Monday, May 28, 2001 (3:25 p.m.) 

I havent' bought the soundtrack yet, but I surelly will.
Kust one question:
In thwe very first trailer for the film, that one with very little dialogue and that ended with Kida tlaking that creepy atlantean language(like in the end of the long trailer) there's apretty cool music in it.
It's not too melodc, but very mysterious with some kind of chimes in the background. Is the music of the first trailer in the cd?

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Levente Benedek
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Levente Benedek
Re: the very first trailer   Wednesday, May 30, 2001 (11:08 a.m.) 

> I havent' bought the soundtrack yet, but I surelly will.
Kust one
> question:
In thwe very first trailer for the film, that one with very
> little dialogue and that ended with Kida tlaking that creepy atlantean
> language(like in the end of the long trailer) there's apretty cool music
> in it.
It's not too melodc, but very mysterious with some kind of
> chimes in the background. Is the music of the first trailer in the cd?

I'm not sure about my answer, but I think the trailer music (for the first one) is one of James Newton Howard's latest musics.

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Levente Benedek
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JadesFireMJ
Re: the very first trailer   Monday, June 4, 2001 (1:49 a.m.) 

Kust one
In thwe very first trailer for the film, that one with very
>
It's not too melodc, but very mysterious with some kind of

> I'm not sure about my answer, but I think the trailer music (for the first
> one) is one of James Newton Howard's latest musics.

Sorry my mistake. The trailer music is RISING SUN.

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Nate Jackson
Re: the very first trailer   Monday, April 7, 2003 (6:27 p.m.) 

does anyone know where the music for the first part of the trailer is from? Not the chimes part in the second half, the choral stuff in the beginning? I cant figure out where its from, and i cant find any information on it whatsoever.

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JadesFireMJ
Re: the very first trailer Wrong Wrong...   Friday, April 11, 2003 (5:45 p.m.) 

> does anyone know where the music for the first part of the trailer is
> from? Not the chimes part in the second half, the choral stuff in the
> beginning? I cant figure out where its from, and i cant find any
> information on it whatsoever.

The spectacular music you hear in the first trailer is made mostly of "The Submarine." The heavy snare, the triumphant music, (almost fanfare) the high trumpets you hear with the voices is from when they release the sub from its holders and then into that spectacular shot of the sub under water. Oh yea, and that was one of the "boring" pieces of music stated by some on this web page. The WHOLE album is good, even if its little bits and pieces that you have to listen to in tracks 1-9.

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Nate Jackson
Re: the very first trailer Wrong Wrong...   Monday, April 28, 2003 (6:47 a.m.) 

> The spectacular music you hear in the first trailer is made mostly of
> "The Submarine." The heavy snare, the triumphant music, (almost
> fanfare) the high trumpets you hear with the voices is from when they
> release the sub from its holders and then into that spectacular shot of
> the sub under water. Oh yea, and that was one of the "boring"
> pieces of music stated by some on this web page. The WHOLE album is good,
> even if its little bits and pieces that you have to listen to in tracks
> 1-9.

I don't think its The Submarine. I listened to the track, and nothing in it matched the trailer. This is the trailer:
http://www.treknews.de/treknews/gallery-treknews/gallery/Filmkritiken/Atlantis_-_Das_Geheimnis_der_verlorenen_Stadt/Videotrailer/atlantisteaser_eng.mov

I didnt hear any of that choral stuff in the soundtrack.

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Romão Santos
Actually...   Wednesday, May 30, 2001 (11:54 a.m.) 

> I havent' bought the soundtrack yet, but I surelly will.
Kust one
> question:
In thwe very first trailer for the film, that one with very
> little dialogue and that ended with Kida tlaking that creepy atlantean
> language(like in the end of the long trailer) there's apretty cool music
> in it.
It's not too melodc, but very mysterious with some kind of
> chimes in the background. Is the music of the first trailer in the cd?

I believe that this music is actually from Rising Sun by Toru Takemitsu. The cd is out of print, but can usually be purchased on ebay or half.com.

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