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Unused music
• Posted by: tim   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, May 29, 2003, at 9:25 p.m.
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Track 14 on the cd contains unused music from the film. It is called Eye to Eye on the cd but uses music from 5M3 in the movie (Goat Bait) and combines it with 11M2 (Preparing to Meet the Monster). 11M2 begins on a high muted Bb in the trumpets. From the beginning of the track up to that point the cd contains music that didn't end up in the scene when the guests first pull up to the T-Rex paddock during the tour. Start your cd player on track 14 and play it along with the movie. Or, try writing original music without listenning to the cd, and see how your music fits. Then listen to the original and see how yours differs from Williams'. Also, in the editorial review, they state that track 2 is unused in the film, which is only partly true. The first :55 sec or so are on the cd only, everything thereafter is note-for-note 3M2 (The Dinosaurs) when Dr. Grant sees the dinosaurs for the first time. They also say that track 16 isn't in the film, which is wrong, track 16 is music that's borrowed from the end credits, which is actually track 7 minus some introductory music which occurs in the film as hammond pauses before boarding the helicopter.

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