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A new theme for Beckett?

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A new theme for Beckett?   Sunday, July 29, 2007 (8:52 a.m.) 

I know there already was a theme for Beckett & the East India Trading Company, but comparing some of the score to the scenes that it goes with I noticed that there may be another theme for them. In "Singapore", at 1:28 and "I don't think now is the best time" at 0:34. Both cues are assosiated with the EAT and I just noticed that both were a similar theme. Did anyone notice this or am I wrong?



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UR correct, though the DMC Beckett theme shows up in AWE film a few times *NM*   Tuesday, July 31, 2007 (12:23 p.m.) 



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It's more of an expansion of the DMC theme.   Saturday, August 11, 2007 (7:10 a.m.) 

Where the DMC variation of Beckett's theme introduced a simplistic harpsichord as its driving thematic idea, AWE introduces a more forefront melody, and the harpsichord is now relegated as the backdrop of such. You can hear that harpsichord idea if you listen closely enough in "Singapore," particularly at 1:31, and of course, in the whole of Parley"



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