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CinéMagique [DLRP]

Discussion in 'Disney Parks and Resorts' started by bravacentauri, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. bravacentauri

    bravacentauri New Member

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    Cinemagique source audio?

    According to a couple of people, there is Cinemagique source audio floating around the net. Does anyone have information regarding this? So far I haven't had much luck tracking down anything.
     
  2. marni1971

    marni1971 New Member

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    Re:Cinemagique source audio?

    All I`ve found is one 2 minutes or so general theme. If I had the source audio I`d need to find a watchable video to go with it - this attraction rates as one of the most no-taping-rule-enforced ones in DLP or WDW.
     
  3. X-S Tech

    X-S Tech Active Member

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    Re:Cinemagique source audio?

    The theme floating around is not so much a Cinemagique theme, as it is a theme to one of the French films (don't remember which one) that's highlighted in the attractions soundtrack. Whether or not the recording is from Cinemagique, from the French film, or some sort of tribute "Boston Pops" sort of thing, still hasn't been figured out I don't think.
     
  4. marni1971

    marni1971 New Member

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    Re:Cinemagique source audio?

    I can vouch the theme floating round is from the attraction. It`s also looped outside the theatre.
     
  5. Dr. Know

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    Re:Cinemagique source audio?

    I believe that theme is from THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOUG by Michel Legrand, a real potboiler that has been recorded many times. It isn't an original theme by Bruce Broughton.

    Also floating around the 'net is a very brief clip that is purportedly the "western" theme from Cinemagique. This one has all the hallmarks of Broughton's style (shades of SILVERADO). Unfortunately the sound quality is horrendous.
     
  6. ebbelein

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    to clear things up a bit:

    The cinemagique score uses some snippets from famous movie scores (Star Wars etc.), which Broughton integrated masterfully in the soundtrack... But he also wrote a OWN theme for the attraction, which - at the beginning - SOUNDS a bit like the Umbrellas of Cherbourg theme, but it isn´t the same melody at all...

    As far as I know, to segments of the score surfaced in source quality:

    1. The first 2 minutes of the end credits, where the afore mentioned main theme is played (this music is/was also played in the loudspeakers, when you exit the theatre after the show)
    This track was on a giveaway promo cd by kodak...

    2. The first 30 sec. of the attraction score, which is broughton´s theme played in a fanfare-like warner-bros-logo style.
    i found this in source quality as a ringtone on cellsea.com

    Sadly enough the most beautiful renditions of broughton´s theme troughout the film weren´t released as far as I know... Would be great to hear this in good quality...

    ebbelein


     

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