Carousel of Project Intro. Film Question


wedroy1923

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If you have not seen the introductory film for the Carousel of Projects at the D23 Expo, it is worth a look.


Most of the music used in the film is familiar to me, but I am having a hard time placing a couple of the tunes. I am wondering if anyone can identify the music used at 4.17 and 4.32 in the video clip.

Any help is appreciated.
 

Magic Music

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It's a shame that all concerts, plays, shows, etc. are now ruined by idiots holding their brightly-lit toy cameras high above their heads. :angry:
 

thx99

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Neither of the selections sounds familiar to me, unfortunately. I thought of Broughton for some reason, but it could just as well be generic library music.
 

Magic Music

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I thought of Broughton for some reason, but it could just as well be generic library music.

So, basically, what you're saying is that Broughton's music is generic. Somewhere, a kitten has just died.
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thx99

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So, basically, what you're saying is that Broughton's music is generic. Somewhere, a kitten has just died.
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Wow!!
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Talk about putting words in my mouth, [member=Jay]!! Not what I meant at all... but having read it again, I can certainly see how one might construe it that way. Yikes!!

And WDWCM10 has just decided to open a can of whoop ass on THX99!!!

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I think [member=WDWCM10] knows better than to think I was disparaging Broughton.
 

Magic Music

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I think [member=WDWCM10] knows better than to think I was disparaging Broughton.

And you should know that I was just razzing you.
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And movies where people who text honestly believe they are doing us a favor by not talking on the phone

I have pretty much given up on going to the movies. Not too long ago, a clueless woman was letting her three-year-old girl run back and forth across the main isle with blinking shoes that were lighting up the whole theater. After about twenty minutes of this, on and off, I marched down and "enlightened" Mommie. At the last movie I went to, a group of teenage girls came in at the last minute, plopped down in the first row of stadium seats, and then proceeded to spend about half an hour lighting up the theater with non-stop texting. It didn't help that the movie happened to be "Potter," which is just dark-dark-dark. Again, I eventually marched down and told the girls to put their friggin' phones away. Cheers from everyone else in the theater who didn't have the courage to do anything about it themselves.

Waiting for the Blu-ray to come out is looking better and better (and cheaper!) to me.
 

thx99

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This one from Micechat is a bit more stable.


I went through this several times as I really enjoyed the tribute to the original kaleidescopic opening! And in 180 semi-circlevision too! They used 5 video projectors stiched together. It was very nice!!
 

WDWGuy08

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WOW! how did i get involved in this convo? i haven't even said anything. geese doesn't take much to get people going on here lol but yeah if you put broughton down i will def open up a can of whoop ass on you hehe jk broughtons music is wonderful and very beautiful. especially his theme park music. i am looking forward to hearing his performance of le visionarium at hollywood in vienna on september 23. (on youtube i mean) hehe anyone going to the event?
 

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