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Re: Indeed...
• Posted by: Daren   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, July 5, 2003, at 5:18 p.m.
• IP Address: modemcable077.160-202-24.mtl.mc.videotron.ca
• In Response to: JUST AWESOME!!! very short great theme in it!! (Randall Martin)

> The Track 17. Rescue! from 1:08 - 1:15
The whole track is so dynamic
> that you can almost fly!!! and this few seconds are FINAL!! Its pitty that
> this little theme is so short, He could develope it a little bit more.
> Maybe in some Bootleg it will be more !! I hope.

I dough there's gonna be a bootleg, what you get in on the score is what you get in the film apart from about 1 to 2 minutes of new material.
You see this score is as complete as it can almost get. Had the end credits in there which as a new theme if I remember correctly from the movie and on short cue "very good I might had" of the secondary theme performed with what seems to be an harp. It's a shame this one bit is not on the score..

But I don't think we will ever get a bootleg of this.

I have to thank the good people at Dreamworks for the fine almost complete score they gave us

Daren




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