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Can anybody tell me about trailer music?

Daniel
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Can anybody tell me about trailer music?   Wednesday, October 4, 2000 (4:21 p.m.) 

In the Patriot Trailer, there is an epic theme when the text "Before they were soldiers" is showed. Can you tell me the composer and the name of this theme? If so, please e-mail me at dmd17@utanet.at Thanks!

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Trailer Music   Thursday, October 26, 2000 (11:09 a.m.) 

The trailer music from "The Patriot" includes an absolutely *stunning* track from Craig Armstrong's score for the film "Plunkett and Macleane". If you refer to the choral-electronica bit (which, incidentally, has been used in several trailers since), "Escape" by Craig Armstrong is what you want.

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Re: Trailer Music   Thursday, November 23, 2000 (6:52 a.m.) 

> The trailer music from "The Patriot" includes an absolutely
> *stunning* track from Craig Armstrong's score for the film "Plunkett
> and Macleane". If you refer to the choral-electronica bit (which,
> incidentally, has been used in several trailers since), "Escape"
> by Craig Armstrong is what you want.

> ~Angel

It also contains portions of "Face/Off" by John Powell and "The Peacemaker" by Hans Zimmer.

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Re: Trailer Music   Sunday, June 10, 2001 (5:01 p.m.) 

> It also contains portions of "Face/Off" by John Powell and
> "The Peacemaker" by Hans Zimmer.

most of the score, though, is from the romeo & juliet soundtrack volume 2 (1996), the tracks entitled "o verona" and "drive of death."

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movie preview music   Sunday, August 19, 2001 (10:15 a.m.) 

Hello,
On the movie preview of the Patriot, there is an awsome choir song that makes you just want to fight or something. This song is in a lot of other movie previews also and i would like to know who made it and what it is called. so if anyone can help, please e-mail at rx7hvn99@hotmail.com
Thanx,

Thomas

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Re: movie preview music   Sunday, September 23, 2001 (6:10 p.m.) 

> Hello,
On the movie preview of the Patriot, there is an awsome choir
> song that makes you just want to fight or something. This song is in a lot
> of other movie previews also and i would like to know who made it and what
> it is called. so if anyone can help, please e-mail at
> rx7hvn99@hotmail.com
Thanx,

> Thomas

The song is "Escape" by Craig Armstrong from the movie Plunket and Mcleane

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Re: movie preview music   Saturday, May 3, 2003 (8:23 p.m.) 

On the movie preview of the Patriot, there is an awsome choir
Thanx,

> The song is "Escape" by Craig Armstrong from the movie Plunket
> and Mcleane
I am desperate to find out the name of this particular score I hear in SO many movie previews. Ive been waiting forever for somebody to use it and I found it in Pirates of the Caribbean, the preview that is. Im not sure where the actual score begins, but the part I recognize is right after the pirate says You best start believing in ghost stories Ms. Turner, youre in one then the music starts. I dont know if you have quicktime but this is the direct link to the preview (http://www.apple.com/trailers/disney/piratesofthecaribbean/large.html) If you know it or you know anyone who can help please let me know! To fully express my thanks Id need Webster himself. All I can say right now though is thank you! Please take your time if you are willing to help!
Thanks again
Akil
mad331@nyu.edu


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Re: movie preview music   Saturday, January 10, 2004 (10:57 a.m.) 

This tune you hear a lot on many movie previews, the most current movie that this song is used is from a movie called "Two Brothers" http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/two_brothers/

I want to know what is that song called right as the the words "From the the director" comes onto the screen, I've heard that tune so many times and I don't know what it is

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Re: movie preview music   Wednesday, May 19, 2004 (3:33 a.m.) 

> On the movie preview of the Patriot, there is an awsome choir
Thanx,
>
I am desperate to find out the name of this particular score I hear in
> SO many movie previews. Ive been waiting forever for somebody to use it
> and I found it in Pirates of the Caribbean, the preview that is. Im not
> sure where the actual score begins, but the part I recognize is right
> after the pirate says You best start believing in ghost stories Ms.
> Turner, youre in one then the music starts. I dont know if you have
> quicktime but this is the direct link to the preview
> (http://www.apple.com/trailers/disney/piratesofthecaribbean/large.html) If
> you know it or you know anyone who can help please let me know! To fully
> express my thanks Id need Webster himself. All I can say right now though
> is thank you! Please take your time if you are willing to help!
Thanks
> again
Akil
mad331@nyu.edu

The name of the song is "Too many notes, not enough rest" from Drop Zone by Hans Zimmer. Hope this helps.


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Re: movie preview music   Friday, March 19, 2004 (11:55 p.m.) 

In the preview for "Pieces of April" there is a song with the vocal line "I Need Love", however it's not in the movie or on the soundtrack. Any idea the actual song title and artist? Thanks!

Larry
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Re: movie preview music   Monday, August 14, 2006 (2:59 a.m.) 
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I have been searching for that song for a long time also!What is it called?



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Definitely NOT Carmina Burana...   Saturday, January 5, 2002 (9:31 a.m.) 

...but I don't doubt some Hollywood exec tried to push that one through at a meeting.

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Re: Can anybody tell me about trailer music?   Saturday, January 25, 2003 (5:55 a.m.) 

I love the song, and I'm so glad to have found out what it's called so I can download it......one thing though... anyone know what the words are?

Cheers.

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