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Date Posted: 21:01:46 09/10/05 Sat
Author: rafaella
Subject: Re: dying to know!
In reply to: yana 's message, "dying to know!" on 03:00:55 09/09/05 Fri

Someone at the Forum, 9/9/05, asked the name of the song(instrumental)heard during the scene where Mary's on her
way to the school. I believe its part of the music that
Yves Chamberland had composed exclusively for the movie.
There's no CD album soundtrack. However, it you want a
copy of it or any music from the film, try this:
Buy the DVD and connect player's digital audio (ie. coax/SPDIF or optical/toslink)OR the left and right analog audio outputs to the inputs of either a CD or tape recorder's digital or analog inputs. Keep the player's
video output connected to your TV, play the DVD and
watch its video, so you'll know where to start and stop the
recorder. NOTE: For best sound quality, try to make a digital-out-to-digital-in recording (ie. connect a CD
player to the DVD player's digital outs). However, the DVD's digital audio may or may not be copy-protected. The same could even be true of the analog outs, but it's worth a try. Good Luck!

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