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  Comments about: The Patriot (John Williams)
British Marching Music


Miles
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JON DURAN
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  British Marching Music   Friday, February 6, 2004 (11:04 p.m.) 

Hey, does anyone here no the name of that flute toon that the British are playing when the first battle scene comes up, its the flute toon with the drums when the British are marching...is that toon on the soundtrack? if not can somebody tell me the name of it please :p

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  Re: British Marching Music   Tuesday, February 17, 2004 (8:21 p.m.) 

sorry my friend. The soundtrack doesn't have the music that the drummer boys or flute boys play on the battlefield. I may be wrong, but if i can remember correctly i was bummed when i didn't hear it on the soundtrack
JON

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  Re: British Marching Music   Wednesday, August 31, 2005 (12:51 p.m.) 

> sorry my friend. The soundtrack doesn't have the music that the drummer
> boys or flute boys play on the battlefield. I may be wrong, but if i can
> remember correctly i was bummed when i didn't hear it on the soundtrack
>
JON

thoses arent flutes you are hearing they are fifes

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  Re: British Marching Music   Thursday, March 4, 2004 (2:57 p.m.) 

> Hey, does anyone here no the name of that flute toon that the British are
> playing when the first battle scene comes up, its the flute toon with the
> drums when the British are marching...is that toon on the soundtrack? if
> not can somebody tell me the name of it please :p

That song is called British Grendiers. Although it's not on the Patriot cd, John Williams also used it in Empire of the Sun. It is on the Empire of the Sun soundtrack if you want to hear it. John Williams did not compose it.

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