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Comments about the soundtrack for Last of the Mohicans (Jones/Edelman)
Fort Battle - French Horn?

Paul
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Fort Battle - French Horn?   Monday, January 28, 2008 (2:15 a.m.) 

I'm a big fan of the soundtrack, and of French Horn as well, and this soundtrack has some great horn parts. however, I have a hard time distinguishing whether it is a french horn that opens up the fort battle song, or a trombone...anyone know? f. horn has a crazy range, and the higher notes tell me it is a french horn, but I want to be sure


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Re: Fort Battle - French Horn?   Saturday, June 21, 2008 (11:18 a.m.) 

> I'm a big fan of the soundtrack, and of French Horn as well, and this
> soundtrack has some great horn parts. however, I have a hard time
> distinguishing whether it is a french horn that opens up the fort battle
> song, or a trombone...anyone know? f. horn has a crazy range, and the
> higher notes tell me it is a french horn, but I want to be sure

trumpet + horn



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Pilgrim, B.
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Paul
Re: Fort Battle - French Horn?   Wednesday, July 30, 2008 (11:51 a.m.) 

Yep it could be a French horn...however, I am going to lean more towards the euphonium



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