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Trailer music by Wojciech Kilar

Maxim
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Trailer music by Wojciech Kilar   Tuesday, August 19, 2003 (8:30 a.m.) 

Music in Schindler's List trailer taken from concert piece "Exodus" by Wojciech Kilar. This music is great in trailer and it resembles in track 5 Schindler's Workforce.
"Exodus" available at Amazon.com with other Kilar compositions.

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Re: Trailer music by Wojciech Kilar   Monday, September 1, 2003 (12:05 a.m.) 

> Music in Schindler's List trailer taken from concert piece
> "Exodus" by Wojciech Kilar. This music is great in trailer and
> it resembles in track 5 Schindler's Workforce.
"Exodus"
> available at Amazon.com with other Kilar compositions.

It's not taken,but it's simillar to it.I found the review about it and it true that Williams has taken same things to compose into track but not the hole piece of W.Kilar.Best regards,Bubilli007.:)


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bubilli007
Re: Trailer music by Wojciech Kilar   Wednesday, February 22, 2006 (10:37 a.m.) 

"Exodus"

> It's not taken,but it's simillar to it.I found the review about it and it
> true that Williams has taken same things to compose into track but not the
> hole piece of W.Kilar.Best regards,Bubilli007.:)

I guess there's more than one version of the trailer. The original theatrical trailer (see http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/trailer.html?v_id=119912 ) is absolutely unmistakably W.Kilar's Exodus. Its been edited down quite a bit to condense the theme for the trailer, but its the same composition. If you have the NAXOS CD of Kilar (readily available at budget price on Amazon and on iTunes), whilst its a different recording, you'll find the music in the trailer cuts in at about 3m 10s into the track, until about 6m 15s, with absolutely no room for any doubt.

The full track is over 23 minutes long and consists of variations of the same theme throughout, and has been often compared with Ravel's Bolero.

Incidentally, it took me years to find out what this music was, and I'm very grateful to this forum that I eventually found it.

Thanks,
John, UK

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