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Comments about the soundtrack for A Beautiful Mind (James Horner)

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Re: Music during "Presentation Scene"
• Posted by: nick   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2003, at 10:33 a.m.
• IP Address: b196.gbrownc.on.ca
• In Response to: Re: Music during "Presentation Scene" (User)

> Agree with you very much. The Blonde Girl in Bar scene music, that's
> really great too... now that you mention it, I realize that it isn't in
> the CD either..... :P

> bleah. Too bad. Thanks for your help though.

> Additional question, what exactly is a "cue"? I know what the
> word means normally, but what's it mean applied to music? An "action
> cue"? Sorry if this sounds dumb, but that's what I am... haha.

A "Cue" is the same as a track on a CD.

The word is used to represent the point in the film in which it starts.

Ex.The scene in which everyone is celebrating Nash's acceptance into Wheeler Labs, transitions into a scene of the Pentagon,years later.That transition
is the "cue" for the "Cracking The Russian Codes" (my favorite)track to begin.
So "Track" for a CD,"Cue" for in the film itself.

Hope this helps.




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