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Comments about the soundtrack for Munich (John Williams)

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But the Moldua, or Vlatva, is based on a folk tune...
• Posted by: Leo   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2006, at 5:48 p.m.
• IP Address: spc1-salf2-5-1-cust192.bagu.broadband.ntl.com
• In Response to: Re: Hatikvah(the hope) ripped from Smetana's V... (Andy)

The Hatikvah could be based on Vlatva, but even if it is, Smetana took that tune for his orchestral "suite" My COuntry, from a folk tune. That folk tune has a lot of history!
The last arrangement of Hatikvah that i did for my school orchestra went totally wrong! it began with a fanfare which was to "modern" for all the audience and everybody came in singing in the wrong key... awww bless.




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