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Comments about the soundtrack for Come See the Paradise (Randy Edelman)

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Re: About "Fire in Brooklyn Theatre"
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• Posted by: Kyle
• Date: Saturday, October 8, 2005, at 4:38 p.m.
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• In Response to: About "Fire in Brooklyn Theatre" (Tomek)

> When I saw the movie for the first time few years ago on tv, I couldn't
> believe my ears that this fragment of music from "Fire in a Brooklyn
> Theatre" is Edelman's piece - it was a very pleasent surprise, since
> I heard this music dozen times in trailers etc. However I think that this
> motif is very similar in structure to the music used in LOTR:FOTR trailer
> that was a bit famous then and many people was asking "What kind of
> music is this?", if I'm not wrong composed by group "Gothic
> Power". Anyone knows what was the first, Edelman's score or this
> piece?

> Tomek

I don't know anything about a group named "Gothic Power" but Randy Edleman's score for "Come See the Paradise" is from 1990 so I would venture to say it came first. It would be interesting to find out who many trailers "Fire in a Brooklyn Theatre" has been used for. The first time I noticed it was in the "Clear and Present Danger" trailer.

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  • About "Fire in Brooklyn Theatre"  (8019 views)
       Tomek - Friday, October 3, 2003, at 10:36 a.m.
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         Kyle - Saturday, October 8, 2005, at 4:38 p.m.

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