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12 minutes ago, FTNK said:

Which Khachaturyan piece?

Symphony No. 3.

Phantom did that piece as their closer a couple years ago, but I found it very disappointing. I'm hoping BD can do it justice; they're most certainly capable.

Also, that first Lorne Balfe piece ("A True Passion") is very Ennio Morricone-esque. Great choice for a ballad.

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2 minutes ago, Cadevilina Crown said:

Symphony No. 3.

Phantom did that piece as their closer a couple years ago, but I found it very disappointing. I'm hoping BD can do it justice; they're most certainly capable.

Also, that first Lorne Balfe piece ("A True Passion") is very Ennio Morricone-esque. Great choice for a ballad.

I think BD's arrangement is a lot closer to the source. Most of the material will be coming from the beginning fanfare. Lot's of trumpets ;)

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Incident in Jazz (used in 2010) was cut but it may still be intertwined. Still have the march(?) camp recording where they were playing with it.

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Show looks good to me, though my son is currently bombarding me with images from "Mater and the Ghost Light."

Mike

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Looking forward to the show 

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What rhythm song are they talking about? 

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They always, ALWAYS come up with the most intriguing concepts. What a cool and imaginative idea! There is so much they can do with that.

I was only slightly familiar with the term "ghost light," and it was interesting to research and see all the superstitions, etc. associated with it.

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46 minutes ago, Cadevilina Crown said:

Symphony No. 3.

Phantom did that piece as their closer a couple years ago, but I found it very disappointing. I'm hoping BD can do it justice; they're most certainly capable.

Also, that first Lorne Balfe piece ("A True Passion") is very Ennio Morricone-esque. Great choice for a ballad.

Given that Balfe is only 43, he might survive post DCI....unlike  Benard Ighner and Aretha Franklin....

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