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PostPosted: 29 Sep 2004, 14:03 
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CLOSED! Woohoo Jelloman! :banana:

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The leftover challenge consists of 15 sets of three 30ish-second audio clips, and all feature non-original, mostly classical music. Just name the movies they're from. (15 sets = 15 movies.)

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1. 28 Days Later (Jelloman)
Bach-Gounod - Ave Maria
In Paradisium
Verdi - Ave Maria (Othello)

2. A Clockwork Orange (Toto)
Beethoven Symphony No.9 "Choral", 4th movt.
Purcell March from Funeral Music for Queen Mary
Rossini Overture to William Tell

3. The Affair of the Necklace (Ulkesh)
Handel - La Rejouissance
Vivaldi - Summer
Mozart - Requiem, Dies Irae

4. Titanic (Rxfan)
Massenet - Thais Meditation
Offenbach - Cancan
Offenbach - Barcarolle

5. Babe (Dapp)
Saint-Saens - Symphony 3
Saint-Saens - Wild Asses
Bizet - Votre toast... from Carmen

6. Immortal Beloved (Rxfan)

7. Master and Commander etc (bing)
Bach Prélude from Cello Suite No.1
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
Boccherini Quintetto from La musica notturna delle strade di Madrid

8. Being John Malkovich (Ulkesh)(woohoo)
Bartok - Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (allegro)
Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake
Verdi - Force of Destiny, Pace, Pace Mio Dio

9. Fantasia 2000 (Jelloman)
Beethoven - Fifth Symphony
Respighi - Pines of Rome
Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue

10. Elizabeth (Dappucino)
11. Minority Report (Alotta)
12. The Big Lebowski (Jelloman)
Mussorgsky "The Gnome" from Pictures at an Exhibition
Mozart Lacrimosa from Requiem
Korngold "Glück das mir Verlieb" from Die Tote Stadt

13. The Talented Mr. Ripley (Jelloman)
14. Spiderman 2 (bing)
15. Amadeus (Alotta)


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I have one.

Do I need to listen to classic music a little bit more? :oops: :lol:


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You can get some without knowing what the music is... and I know you know more than one.

Switching to Old School, then. Random order, my choosing.


Currently accepting answers (here) for #7.


(I know I wrote them down somewhere.)


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Master and Commander


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It's awful! At least when it's an original soundtrack, you're not disturbed by all the commercials using the same piece. :lol:


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There's just so many clips, too.


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bing wrote:
Master and Commander


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Toto le Héros wrote:
It's awful! At least when it's an original soundtrack, you're not disturbed by all the commercials using the same piece. :lol:


When it's an original soundtrack and I don't know where it's from, there's no chance of me being able to look it up, either.


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Toto le Héros wrote:
It's awful! At least when it's an original soundtrack, you're not disturbed by all the commercials using the same piece. :lol:


When it's an original soundtrack and I don't know where it's from, there's no chance of me being able to look it up, either.


When you want to Google an answer, you'll have to know the composer right?
See first post of mine. :oops:
When I'm trying to guess, I close my eyes, looking for pictures. That's when the commercials are popping up. :lol:


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Toto le Héros wrote:
When you want to Google an answer, you'll have to know the composer right?
See first post of mine. :oops:


I wouldn't recommend using Google for this, no... and I suppose if you have no idea what sounds like which composer, it'd be hard to guess an answer. Most, if not all, of these are listed in IMDB... and I didn't use anything really obscure or impossible, unless it was memorable in the film.

No Shostakovich, either.


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Movie 12 Clips = The Big Lebowski

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Jelloman wrote:
Movie 12 Clips = The Big Lebowski


:green: (shame on Toto)


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:red:

"Hint" - imdb doesn't have a full list of composers for this one, so the Bizet search won't give it away.




The other composer is Saint-Saens.


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:red: to both.


Bigger hint: an animal sings the Bizet clip.


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1. Babe (Dapp)

I think you meant to write 5. and not 1.


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