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What song was that?

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What song was that?   Monday, July 8, 2002 (8:02 a.m.) 

What was the song played during the scene in the mall?
when john & agatha was running away from the police

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Music used in MR   Tuesday, July 9, 2002 (12:03 p.m.) 

> What was the song played during the scene in the mall?
when john &
> agatha was running away from the police

The song that was playing in the mall was Moon River from Breakfast at Tiffany's.

They also used Schubert's Unfinnished Symphony while Anderton sorts through the precog's visions and the second movement from Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony when Anderton first comes home.

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Re: Music used in MR - 2nd, really?   Tuesday, July 9, 2002 (11:09 p.m.) 

when john &

> The song that was playing in the mall was Moon River from Breakfast at
> Tiffany's.

> They also used Schubert's Unfinnished Symphony while Anderton sorts
> through the precog's visions and the second movement from Tchaikovsky's
> Sixth Symphony when Anderton first comes home.

Oops, not that it would matter much, but I thought it was Pathétique's 3rd movement's excerpt, "Allegro molto vivace". I'll listen for it again when I can to make sure.

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Yep, I'm sure   Wednesday, July 10, 2002 (9:48 p.m.) 

> Oops, not that it would matter much, but I thought it was Pathétique's 3rd
> movement's excerpt, "Allegro molto vivace". I'll listen for it
> again when I can to make sure.

No, I'm positive it was Pathethique's 2nd, Allegro con grazia, the 5/4 waltz theme played by the cellos. I've been listening to Tchaikovsky a lot lately, trust me.

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