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Comments about the soundtrack for Black Hawk Down (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: Leave No Man Behind Music?
• Posted by: Bob
• Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2003, at 12:07 p.m.
• IP Address: d40a391e.rev.stofanet.dk
• In Response to: Re: Leave No Man Behind Music? (FreakingGuitar)

Actually one part of the theme is played by piano. And at some point its accompanied by an accustic guitar. Then its played all over again, this time by a violin as main instrument, and the piano kicks in again somewhere along the theme, and so does the guitar. At least thats how I remember it.

> Hmm, I know it should be for piano, but i liked to play it on Guitar. The
> notes wheren't easy to play at guitar, so I worked this out and it sounds
> realy great:

> Beginning(1/2) von 0:00 bis 0:55

> D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D - D,D,A,A,G,E,C#,D - D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D -
> D,E,F#,G,F#,E,D,C#,D

> Beginning(2/2) von 0.56 bis 2:09

> (unknown)

> Middel von 2:10 bis 4:00

> D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D - D,D,A,A,G,E,C#,D - D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D -
> D,E,F#,G,F#,E,D,C#,D - D,D,A,H,C#,H,A,H,A,G - D,D,A,A,G,F#,E,D -
> D,D,A,H,C#,H,A,H,A,G - D,E,F#,A,A,G,F#,E,D -
> D,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D,E,C#,F#,G,F#,F#,EE,F#,E,DD -
> D,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D,E,C#,F#,G,F#,F#,EE,F#,E,DD

> End(1/2) von 4:00 bis 4:42

> D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D - D,D,A,A,G,E,C#,D - D,D,A,D,C#,D,E,F#,E,D -
> D,E,F#,G,F#,E,D,C#,D

> End(2/2) von 4:42 bis 6:18

> (unknown)

> Beginning and End are probably the same...
I don't know the regular
> signs, so "#" means a half note deeper (example: F# = note
> between E and F)
I'm still working at the second part of beginning and
> ending
Please give Feadback!

> FreakingGuitar




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