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Comments about the soundtrack for Legends of the Fall (James Horner)

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Re: Sheet music for Ludlows / Twilight and Mist (from Legends of the Fall)
• Posted by: Happy Anderswon   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2013, at 10:19 p.m.
• IP Address: ip70-176-98-192.ph.ph.cox.net
• In Response to: Sheet music for Ludlows / Twilight and Mist (f... (Carla Boardman)

> Well, after reading your threads, I can see a lot of people are still
> looking for "The Ludlows". Hal Leonard, who is the large
> publisher that prints movie themes and popular music, never printed
> "The Ludlows", though they did print piano sheet music for the
> title track from "Legends of the Fall" (1st track on the
> soundtrack CD). These are two completely different pieces. There was a
> version of "The Ludlows" printed in a $35 book called "The
> Definitive James Horner". This book was printed in England in the
> late 90's and is now out of print and very difficult to find. I have been
> fortunate enough to review that version of "The Ludlows" and
> while it's similar to the soundtrack, it's not quite the same. Looks like
> there's a new CD book out with a collection of movie themes that also
> includes "The Ludlows". I haven't reviewed that version yet, but
> the collection is $35. So where *can* you get sheet music? Well, I
> transcribed it from the original soundtrack, using some "slow
> down" software so I could hear every note. I ended up doing this for
> my string quartet after wedding clients requested the piece and (as most
> people have discovered), the music just wasn't available. I entered it
> into my sheet music software and have since done different arrangements of
> the piece: Solo Piano, String Quartet, Quartet & Piano, String Trio,
> Flute-Violin-Piano trio, Violin & Piano, just to name a few. After
> posting the title on my quartet's website as an example of a request we
> had done, the search engines picked up the page and I've been getting
> e-mails for this piece ever since. In fact, I'm now in the process of
> obtaining a print license from Hal Leonard so that I can formally publish
> it and make it available to everyone. I'm hoping the license process
> finishes soon. In the meantime, (for legal reasons), I cannot sell copies.
> But if somebody has a wedding or time-sensitive event, send me an e-mail
> and we can work something out. I have a page devoted to "The
> Ludlows" on my string quartet's site that lists my complete list of
> instrumentations and also has an MP3 of my arrangement (computer
> generated) that you can listen to.
> http://www.after5stringquartet.org/Ludlows.htm Hopefully I'll publish soon
> and we can all have a copy! :-) Carla

Carla, how can you 'publish' sheet music that's already been 'published' by Hal Leonard? I don't think you're using the right word.




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