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Demetris Christodoulides
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The title of a track   Monday, June 18, 2001 (12:45 a.m.) 

I think you all remember the scene just before the end of the movie, when Dr. Hannibal has Julian Moore's hair trapped in the refrigerator ; When he goes near to kiss her she gets him on handcuffs. At the end of that scene we all get the impression that he cut Julian's hand , and exactly after that, the next scene shows the police cars and helicopters running on a bridge, over a river and finally arriving at the scene. Do you remember which track from the HANNIBAL SOUNDTRACK is being played at exactly that scene with the helicopters / cars on the bridge ? I own the cd but I don't seem to remember which one is...please help me

thanx,
Demetris.

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Re: The title of a track   Monday, June 18, 2001 (1:27 p.m.) 

I think the track you're thinking of is track #11 (To Every Captive Soul). I recall that part in the movie as well. It was the first piece of music I'd heard from Hannibal and I'm almost sure thats the one you're looking for.
Otherwise, ask our esteemed host Mr Clemmensen

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Re: The title of a track   Thursday, November 8, 2001 (9:11 p.m.) 

I believe you're referring to that short little piano piece as we see the wide shot of the police on the bridge for the first time, yes? This piece actually isn't on track 11, nor is it present on any other part of the soundtrack I'm afraid. Just another one of the many tracks in the movie not found on the soundtrack. Talk about incomplete!

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Re: The title of a track   Monday, September 13, 2004 (2:23 a.m.) 

> I believe you're referring to that short little piano piece as we see the
> wide shot of the police on the bridge for the first time, yes? This piece
> actually isn't on track 11, nor is it present on any other part of the
> soundtrack I'm afraid. Just another one of the many tracks in the movie
> not found on the soundtrack. Talk about incomplete!

nope, the song that was played at the scene was definately "To Every Captive Soul" since I've studied the movie and the soundtracks for so long.

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Re: The title of a track   Monday, September 13, 2004 (4:59 p.m.) 

> nope, the song that was played at the scene was definately "To Every
> Captive Soul" since I've studied the movie and the soundtracks for so
> long.

The song that happens directly after Lecter slams down the clever is "To Every Captive Soul", yes. However, the original post referred to a shot of the patrol cars going over a bridge. This actually doesn't happen at that point. It happens on screen earlier in the scene, when they're all back at the table and Lecter looks at the clock. It cuts to a wide shot from a helicopter looking down on the patrol cars from a great distance, crossing a bridge. This particular piano piece is not in the soundtrack and is not "To Every Captive Soul"

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Re: The title of a track   Saturday, November 6, 2004 (6:00 p.m.) 

Ok the piece that was played at the scene where the helicopter looking down on the patrol cars from a great distance, crossing a bridge was "Aria Da Capo" which is the number 2 track on the soundtrack CD.

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