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the legend of 1900

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the legend of 1900   Friday, February 20, 2009 (5:26 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: reverie  

i love it! i have one question though. what is that tango like song that is played in the scene of the movie where the couple is tangoing in the ship? the woman is crying and this scene shows how the mood changes.1900 shows his friend how the piano can relate to the different people in the audience and he plays this staccato sort of waltzy song for just a second while the prostitute dances with a man.


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elizabeth
Re: the legend of 1900   Wednesday, October 2, 2013 (5:38 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Ninteen Hundreds Madness No.2  

> i love it! i have one question though. what is that tango like song that
> is played in the scene of the movie where the couple is tangoing in the
> ship? the woman is crying and this scene shows how the mood changes.1900
> shows his friend how the piano can relate to the different people in the
> audience and he plays this staccato sort of waltzy song for just a second
> while the prostitute dances with a man.

If you go to grooveshark to listen to the album online, they label the song in that scene as "5 Portraits" - by Ennio Morricone. There is some weird Jazz thing mixed between them and doesn't play like a straight cue from the movie. Regardless, the music is there. Enjoy.

Z.



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