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Help please

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Ammar Kalo
Help please   Thursday, February 21, 2008 (3:55 p.m.) 

Hi everyone,

Great to read all the comments on these pages. I'm after some help if anyone can be of assistance as I bought the KoH soundtrack after falling in love with the Director's Cut of the film which is magical. Unfortunately the two pieces of music I enjoyed the most only appear in the DC of the film and are the following:

1. The guitar solo where Balian watches the small boat the child was playing with flow along the water before he watches Ibelin begin to flourish before him. In the original cut of the film the track "Ibelin" from the soundtrack was used.

2. The second is the (I guess) arabic sounding music from the love scene with Sibylla where she precedes it by saying "In the east between two people there is only light..." before blowing out the candle.

If anyone can help I'd be eternally grateful. Many thanks in advance



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Bobfari
Re: Help please   Thursday, March 13, 2008 (1:46 a.m.) 

> Hi everyone,

> Great to read all the comments on these pages. I'm after some help if
> anyone can be of assistance as I bought the KoH soundtrack after falling
> in love with the Director's Cut of the film which is magical.
> Unfortunately the two pieces of music I enjoyed the most only appear in
> the DC of the film and are the following:

> 1. The guitar solo where Balian watches the small boat the child was
> playing with flow along the water before he watches Ibelin begin to
> flourish before him. In the original cut of the film the track
> "Ibelin" from the soundtrack was used.

> 2. The second is the (I guess) arabic sounding music from the love scene
> with Sibylla where she precedes it by saying "In the east between two
> people there is only light..." before blowing out the candle.

> If anyone can help I'd be eternally grateful. Many thanks in advance

I can answer ur second question .. . I cant find the piece of music ur talking about but I remember what Natasha Atlas was singing in that scene ... she says " Go to sleep O little one" twice .. its an arabic lullaby ...



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Re: Help please   Friday, February 10, 2017 (7:16 a.m.) 

> I can answer ur second question .. . I cant find the piece of music ur
> talking about but I remember what Natasha Atlas was singing in that scene
> ... she says ' Go to sleep O little one' twice .. its an arabic lullaby

Hi There!

The Answer To Your First Question is That It's An African Song Called "Bibbe Leydy" By Senegalese Musician Called Baaba Maal.. Here Is The Link:

Baaba Maal feat. Mansour Seck - Bibbe Leydy

https://youtu.be/4RO8Jdi7WAg


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