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Comments about the soundtrack for Schindler's List (John Williams)
Gloomy Sunday

Shahrin Patrick
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Mark Malmstrøm
Gloomy Sunday   Friday, April 21, 2006 (8:58 p.m.) 

I was very intrigued with the first notes of the violin. I didn't know what the name was until I saw the features of the Schindler's List DVD. Gloomy Sunday has inspired much for me (in a good way ). Of course all I had to do was...find who directed that song in the film!

Well, I haven't found it, but I found a german movie by the name of Ein Lied von Liebe und Tod (Gloomy Sunday). The soundtrack has several versions of Gloomy Sunday and the second track introduces the first version, much like the one I heard in Schindler's List.

You can go on Amazon and search there. If you go on Amazon.de (the German version of Amazom.com) you can hear samples of the music, but that isn't offered in the english version.

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Mark Malmstrøm
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Shahrin Patrick
Re: Gloomy Sunday   Friday, September 4, 2009 (2:10 a.m.) 

"3 takes" of gloomy sunday appears on the SL bootleg - they only last about 30 seconds and it is likely that those 3 takes were the only one recorded - they can always pitch the music in the final take

on the sheet there is also written 8 frames for the gloomy sunday arrangmeent -

there is no info about an existing full recording of Gloomy Sunday. so i don't think it exist - only the beforementioned 30 seconds take.


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