I'm having second thoughts about you being able to make anything out of my sorry playing, but I'd be glad to see what you can make of it.
Hmmm. This one will be a bit tricky. Your notes (in D major) are A / F-sharp / E / D / A / F-sharp / E / D / G-sharp / A / B / A / G-sharp / F-sharp / E / D. I can't identify the melody at this point. Was this piece for orchestra, chamber ensemble, or some other combination of instruments? And did it included a piano, or were you just transcribing it for the keyboard?
I think the best bet would be for me to hear the actual work from either of the two films you posted above. I don't own either of them, but I have tried finding them online, without much luck. If you can provide a link to the scene in which you hear the music in either film, I would be glad to have a listen to it and see what I can make of it.
When I first heard your first three notes, I immediately thought of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-Flat minor (1st movement); however, your fourth note (and following) weren't part of that famous melody (or at least not in that specific order). The work begins in the minor mode, but the piano part contains the first three notes you play (in D-flat major as opposed to D major) and the contour is pretty much the same.
Have a listen to this historic performance if you have a chance.
Edited by Ockeghem, July 27 2013 - 08:47 AM.