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Comments about the soundtrack for Pearl Harbor (Hans Zimmer)
Music in the trailer.

Mike Baks
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Levente Benedek
Music in the trailer.   Tuesday, May 27, 2003 (8:54 a.m.) 

I know The Thin Red Line and The Crow were used in various ‘Pearl Harbor’ trailers.

The trailer that you can see here starts out with music from the crow:

But what’s that music you can here in the second part of the trailer?
You can here it start when the Japanese planes are flying over the children. I think it’s beautiful, was it made for the trailer or is it from a movie?
Can somebody help me out to track it down?



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Levente Benedek
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Mike Baks
Re: Music in the trailer.   Tuesday, June 17, 2003 (4:07 a.m.) 

I think you are talking about Steve Jablonsky's GOLIATH. A track which was composed directly to the trailer. You can find it on Media Ventures Director's Cuts, and you can download it here also.
Just type in the word "expanded" or "Hans Zimmer" or "Pearl Harbor".


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