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Comments about the soundtrack for Titanic (James Horner)
Music at the end of the movie

J. Thay
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nick
Music at the end of the movie   Sunday, December 1, 2002 (11:12 a.m.) 

Everytime I watch the movie on my DVD, I always want to listen to certain tracks on the CD to find out which part of the music plays in which scene of the film. To listen to the music alone is a stunning experience by itself.

I have bought the soundtrack more recently than the film.

I am a little puzzeled about the sequence at the end of the movie, where you can see old Rose make a final flash-back to the grand staircase aboard Titanic to see Jack Dawson, Thomas Andrews, the passengers, the crew and the captain back alive again. I cannot seem to pinpoint the music on the soundtrack that was used the final flashback scene. Can somebody tell me where this part of the music is located on the soundtrack-CD?

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Mark - 224
Re: Music at the end of the movie   Monday, December 2, 2002 (10:55 a.m.) 

> Everytime I watch the movie on my DVD, I always want to listen to certain
> tracks on the CD to find out which part of the music plays in which scene
> of the film. To listen to the music alone is a stunning experience by
> itself.

> I have bought the soundtrack more recently than the film.

> I am a little puzzeled about the sequence at the end of the movie, where
> you can see old Rose make a final flash-back to the grand staircase aboard
> Titanic to see Jack Dawson, Thomas Andrews, the passengers, the crew and
> the captain back alive again. I cannot seem to pinpoint the music on the
> soundtrack that was used the final flashback scene. Can somebody tell me
> where this part of the music is located on the soundtrack-CD?

As with many films, the music was edited together from various cues.

The ending sequence is made up of the following:

'Rose'- track 4
(where she is either sleeping,or she passed away)

'Unable to stay,unwilling to leave'- track 8
(where we,the audience are taken through the ship and see everyone
together,alive and well)

This leads into the credits,and after the now infamous song,
the credits finish with a re-edited 'Take her to sea,Mr.Murdoch',combined
with 'Southampton', (tracks 6,3) with the bass rhythm enhanced much louder than on the CD.



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Mark - 224
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Re: Music at the end of the movie   Tuesday, February 4, 2003 (9:50 a.m.) 

Where the credits says "Directed by" the last part of the cue/track "Rose" are used and in the end at the end credits, the music are "Hymn To The Sea

You will here the music in the film like this

FINALE

Rose
Unable to stay, unwilling to leave
Rose

END CREDITS

My heart will go on

Take her to sea, Mr. Murdoch
Southampton
Take her to sea, Mr. Murdoch
Hymn to the sea



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Re: Music at the end of the movie   Saturday, June 26, 2004 (6:20 p.m.) 

Actually,
It's as follows

Pictures and Rose Sleeping- Rose
During the transition between the old and new ship - Never an absolution(3 sec)
Then Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave

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Andrew
Re: Music at the end of the movie   Thursday, May 5, 2005 (11:53 a.m.) 

maybe BUT YOU FORGOT "Rose is the last cue heard before the song - it is cross-mixed with "Unwilling..." - it is the very last flute part in rose - hear the last flute part in Rose and the the very last scene before the song in the fuilm (where it films on the lamp and fades to black)

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