Orchestral Scores - Sound Theories

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Orchestral Scores - Sound Theories

#1 Post by muhri » Fri May 15, 2009 7:57 am

Hey guys,
you think it's possible to get the full orchestral score e.g. for Lotus Feet or Salamanders?
I mailed Co de Kloet about it ,he said, i should 'contact steve's office directly' .
Since i don't know how to contact his office 'directly' i thought some of you have a clue about what to do (what a rhyme ^^ )

thanks,
Sascha

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#2 Post by Jeries » Fri May 15, 2009 5:36 pm

I wanted a score for THE ECSTASY OF GOLD by Ennio Morricone...
i wanted it SO SO BAD

so what i did was, listen to it 1000 times, transcribe the entire thing, read books on orchestration and took orchestration 'lessons' and then arranged/orchestrated/scored it on my own.

I also did the same thing (first) with Trans-Siberian Orchestras version of Carol Of The Bells

hey its an option if you want it really really badly

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#3 Post by muhri » Sat May 16, 2009 1:35 am

well the thing is, that if a befriended school orchestra(if it's a GOOD idea for a school orchestra to play it is another question) would like to play it live, i don't know how the copyright matters are to be handled, if you know what I mean.

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#4 Post by what_a_cool_username » Thu May 21, 2009 10:40 am

Jeries wrote:I wanted a score for THE ECSTASY OF GOLD by Ennio Morricone...
i wanted it SO SO BAD

so what i did was, listen to it 1000 times, transcribe the entire thing, read books on orchestration and took orchestration 'lessons' and then arranged/orchestrated/scored it on my own.

I also did the same thing (first) with Trans-Siberian Orchestras version of Carol Of The Bells

hey its an option if you want it really really badly
Wow, that's some serious dedication!

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