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Hard to Starboard


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  Hard to Starboard   Sunday, April 25, 2010 (9:48 p.m.) 

I have the Titanic soundtrack since i was like 5 and I only really got into the acutally music in it. Now I need to ask a question...

In the soundtrack 7. Hard to Starboard at the end of the drums pounding there is a finale with the snare drum. Right before that there is the bass drum and a detinctive hollow tink sound....What percussion is that?
I have no idea.?
Please tell me?



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  Re: Hard to Starboard   Saturday, August 28, 2010 (4:15 a.m.) 
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"hollow tink sound"...you may need to be more specific?


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  Re: Hard to Starboard   Wednesday, March 2, 2011 (8:18 a.m.) 

> "hollow tink sound"...you may need to be more specific?

Are you referring to the anvil? I love how it literally represents the noise of the boiler rooms. I especially love the intense strings in this passage, almost like a frenzied Irish jig. I think people overlook the inner-workings of this remarkable score.



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