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Comments about the soundtrack for Titanic (James Horner)

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Re: Music at the end of the movie
• Posted by: nick   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 2, 2002, at 10:55 a.m.
• IP Address: b223.gbrownc.on.ca
• In Response to: Music at the end of the movie (J. Thay)

> 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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