Need music used in WITHOUT LIMITS. Cannot find anywhere.

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  1. Cassy_w

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    OK gents. The scene where Pre has his shot at Gold in Munich has a piece of music used throughout that is truly inspiring. The only problem is, I don't know what it is or where to find it.

    IU had read it is on the John William SUMMON THE HEROES Olympic CD, but it is not. So now I am stuck.

    Can anyone help me out here? What music was used? Who composed it and can it be found on CD?

    Much appreciated.
     
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    I know! as in can't find it.

    it actually sounds familiar, as in used elsewhere, or is simply trailer, tracked music.

    sounds Hornerish, as in re-used [​IMG]
     
  4. Cassy_w

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    Out of that credit role, the only possibilities are:

    "YITGADAL VEYITKADASH"
    Adapted by Edward Birnbaum
    Performed by "Rinat" Israel National Choir
    Conductor: Stanley Sperber / Cantor: Naftoli Herstik
    Courtesy of Beth Hatefutsoth - Museum of The Jewish Diaspora

    and

    "THE RECRUITING RUN"
    "MONTAGE NUMBER 2"
    "OLYMPIC TRIALS"
    Written and Produced by Scott Grusin and Seth Grusin
     
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    try Titanic. Noticed when watching extras last night, that the music is tracked from there a bit, or simply emulated.

    also try ONE DAY IN SEPTEMBER possibly.
     
  6. Cassy_w

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    It's not from Titanic. I'll check out One Day In September.
     

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