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"Blade" Theme in the Movie!

Juanjo
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TheLastSlasherStanding
"Blade" Theme in the Movie!   Friday, September 5, 2003 (6:40 p.m.) 

I have noticed the entire theme from the previous Stephen Norrington film:"Blade", composed by Mark Isham in a few scenes fron LXG. it's the note-by-note theme.We know that Isham was the previous composer who works in this film.Anybody knows any about this?

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Re: "Blade" Theme in the Movie!   Friday, March 12, 2004 (10:00 a.m.) 

> I have noticed the entire theme from the previous Stephen Norrington
> film:"Blade", composed by Mark Isham in a few scenes fron LXG.
> it's the note-by-note theme.We know that Isham was the previous composer
> who works in this film.Anybody knows any about this?

Yea I noticed that too! I've been wracking my brain as to where I heard it and now I remember...it was in "Blade". I think it serves as Dorian's theme in the score, and in "Blade", I think it was the theme for the vampire god, La Magra, or whatever its name was.

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