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Subject: Re: The Soundtrack


Author:
Jamie O'Neill
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 04 2008, 22:35:51 GMT
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Re: The Soundtrack" on Thu, Oct 18 2007, 10:53:46 GMT

I tell you one thing, Tom -- you tell a wonderful score. It's the dance of this I really want to see, and hear, of course.

Just to keep you informed who are interested in a film version: the guy who bought the option for At Swim is busy with other projects at the moment. It seems it will be some time before he gets down to working on At Swim. Jamie.

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Porter
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Date Posted: Sat, Mar 08 2008, 7:20:47 GMT

That's a shame, obviously that guy does not have his priorities right. I'm really looking forward to seeing the film version of At Swim. Is any of you other work on film?


>I tell you one thing, Tom -- you tell a wonderful
>score. It's the dance of this I really want to see,
>and hear, of course.
>
>Just to keep you informed who are interested in a film
>version: the guy who bought the option for At Swim is
>busy with other projects at the moment. It seems it
>will be some time before he gets down to working on At
>Swim. Jamie.

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Tom ((busy researching the democracy in Ancient Rome))
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Date Posted: Wed, Jun 25 2008, 12:45:37 GMT

One day I'll jot down all the ideas in my head and make an "At Swim, Two Boys" suite for orchestra. :D

At the moment, I just have my temp track CD to accompany the many readings of the book. (Every good director will tell you that a good temp score is the first step towards a finished product, lol.)

The cd contains portions of:

- Carter Burwell's score for "Rob Roy" (with Miriam Stockley's and Karen Matheson's beautiful vocals)
- Two pieces for violin, piano and cello by Secret Garden from the album "Once in a Red Moon"
- Antonio Pinto's strange and haunting score for "Lord of War"
- the choral pieces from Plunkett and Macleane by Craig Armstrong (a classic in film score history)
- Some Japanese score including Yoko Kanno (Brainpowerd, Hajime Mizoguchi (Jin-Roh; a marvelous and gripping string piece) and some more Japanese composers no one ever heard of :D
- Patrick Doyle's music from "Pars Vite et Reviens Tard"
- Loreena McKennitt's "Dante's Prayers"
- Music from "The Good Shepherd" by Bruce Fowler
- A subtle love theme by James Newton Howard (French Kiss)
- The last 5 minutes of Horner's Titanic Suite (bizar, I know, call it guilty pleasure)
- Nigel Kennedy's Violin Rendition of the traditional piece "Danny Boy".

Running over 150 minutes, it's my all time favourite compilation; including Irish airs and Romantic tunes and hints of drama.

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Author:
Jamie O'Neill
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Date Posted: Sun, Jul 06 2008, 22:02:47 GMT

Hey Tom, that's a cd I'd like to listen to. Jamie.

>One day I'll jot down all the ideas in my head and
>make an "At Swim, Two Boys" suite for orchestra. :D
>
>At the moment, I just have my temp track CD to
>accompany the many readings of the book. (Every good
>director will tell you that a good temp score is the
>first step towards a finished product, lol.)
>
>The cd contains portions of:
>
>- Carter Burwell's score for "Rob Roy" (with Miriam
>Stockley's and Karen Matheson's beautiful vocals)
>- Two pieces for violin, piano and cello by Secret
>Garden from the album "Once in a Red Moon"
>- Antonio Pinto's strange and haunting score for "Lord
>of War"
>- the choral pieces from Plunkett and Macleane by
>Craig Armstrong (a classic in film score history)
>- Some Japanese score including Yoko Kanno
>(Brainpowerd, Hajime Mizoguchi (Jin-Roh; a marvelous
>and gripping string piece) and some more Japanese
>composers no one ever heard of :D
>- Patrick Doyle's music from "Pars Vite et Reviens
>Tard"
>- Loreena McKennitt's "Dante's Prayers"
>- Music from "The Good Shepherd" by Bruce Fowler
>- A subtle love theme by James Newton Howard (French
>Kiss)
>- The last 5 minutes of Horner's Titanic Suite (bizar,
>I know, call it guilty pleasure)
>- Nigel Kennedy's Violin Rendition of the traditional
>piece "Danny Boy".
>
>Running over 150 minutes, it's my all time favourite
>compilation; including Irish airs and Romantic tunes
>and hints of drama.

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Author:
Tom ((finished his thesis/vacation at last))
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Date Posted: Sun, Jul 27 2008, 14:40:19 GMT

I'll send it when I find some spare time (in August)... (akward, vacation and no spare time *sigh*... oh well)

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