#1
I know this is a thread likely to have been done, but it is a cool idea and I'm bored. So if you had to create a soundtrack for these scenes in a movie, what would you choose?

Opening Scene -
Action Scene -
Love Scene -
Travelling Scene -
Happy Scene -
Depressing Scene -
Flashback Montage Scene -
Final Scene -
End Credits -
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#2
Love Scene - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8vINCq_IAI
Happy Scene - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Zmkevry5g
Depressing Scene - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16RCvtziXj0

Cba to do them all so i just picked the best ones.
#3
Star Wars V

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#4
Using recorded songs in a film soundtrack is a lazy excuse for film making.
#6
Opening Scene - Back to the future - Alan Silvestri
Action Scene - High Wire Stunts - John Williams
Love Scene - Rubina - Satriani / Rescue and return - Timecop soundtrack
Travelling Scene - Journey to the island - John Williams
Happy Scene - Trademark - Eric Johnson
Depressing Scene - death theme - Ennio morricone
Flashback Montage Scene - Jephte: Plorate filli Israel - Carissimi
Final Scene - Concerto in G minor VI - Corelli
End Credits - ET escape/chase/saying goodbye - John Williams
#7
Opening Scene - Braid- The New Nathan Detroits
Action Scene - The Pixies- Debaser
Love Scene - Alaska in Winter- Balkan Low Rider Anthem
Travelling Scene - Pinehurst Kids- The Onceler
Happy Scene - King Charles- Love Lust
Depressing Scene - Broken Social Scene- Anthems of a Seventeen Year Old Girl
Flashback Montage Scene - Band of Horses- The Funeral
Final Scene - Lifter Puller- Star Wars Hips
End Credits - The Hold Steady- Southtown Girls

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Using recorded songs in a film soundtrack is a lazy excuse for film making.


Or it fits the theme of the movie

See: High Fidelity, 500 Days of Summer, The Royal Tenenbaums etc.
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#9
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Star Wars V

This, times one million and a fifth.

John Williams is one of (if not the best) composer of our time.
#10
Opening Scene - Battle Without Honour Or Humanity - Tomayasu Hotei
Action Scene - Akira Theme (Kaneda) - Shoji Yamashiro
Love Scene - Evil Dub - Trentemoller
Travelling Scene - O'Neill's March - Sean O'Riada
Happy Scene - The Mission - Ennio Morricone
Depressing Scene - The Lonesome Boatsman - Dominic Behan
Flashback Montage Scene - El Duello Grande - Luis Bacalov
Final Scene - In The House, In A Heartbeat - John Murphy
End Credits - Black Swan - Tom Yorke
#11
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#12
My response from the last one of these threads... I quite liked this list

Opening Credits: The Band - The Weight
Waking Up: Cream - White Room
Falling In Love: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Our House
Fight Scene: A Perfect Circle - The Package
Breaking Up: Neil Young - Down By The River
Make Up: Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight
Secret Love: Pink Floyd - Young Lust
Life's OK: Paul McCartney - Maybe I'm Amazed
Mental Breakdown: Black Sabbath - Megalomania
Driving Scene: The Rolling Stones - Miss You
Flashback: Miles Davis - In A Silent Way/ It's About That Time
Happy Dance: Led Zeppelin - Fool In The Rain
Regretting: Gov't Mule - Banks of the Deep End
Long Night Alone: Deep Purple - When A Blind Man Cries
Final Battle: Black Sabbath - Supertzar (....that main riff)
Death Scene: Bruce Dickinson - Arc of Space
Final Ending: The Who - Love Reign O'er Me
End Credits: The Band - I Shall Be Released
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#13
Opening Scene - Len - Steal My Sunshine
Action Scene - Garbage - Hammering In My Head
Love Scene - The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition
Traveling Scene - Hey Marseilles - Rio
Happy Scene - Jimmy Luxury & The Tommy Rome Orchestra - Cha Cha Cha ("Go" Remix)
Depressing Scene - The Stone Roses - Made Of Stone
Flashback Montage Scene - Spacehog - In The Meantime
Final Scene - Arcade Fire - Wake Up
End Credits - Frank Zappa - WPLJ
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#14
Everything would be progressive rock/metal. Rush, Pink Floyd, AaL, and Periphery.
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#15
i can't think of one for a regular movie, but for a surf film i'd go with these people to these songs:

Dane Reynolds- Pursuit of Happiness - Kid Cudi
Kolohe Andino- On My Level - Wiz Khalifa
John John Florence- Chainsaw Calligraphy- 16Bit
Taj- Burrow- Santeria - Sublime
Yadin Nicol- Mr. Universe - Mos Dub
Chippa Wilson- Pass The Dutch - Young Money
Kelly Slater- Bass Cannon- Flux Pavilion
I smoke like Rasta, got hair like pasta
I be sippin' on them shots then bustin' rhymes like Busta


Load up the bong, crank up the song, let the informa call 911
#16
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#17
Trailer- CAFO by Animals as Leaders or Fate of The Unknown by Kaoru Wada
Tension-building intro fight scene- Machine Head's Halo
Crazy Advent children-style futuristic anime city-destroying scene- Race Against Disaster or Opulent Maelstrom by Jeff Loomis
Fantasy Battle Scene- Something by Yoko Shimomura.

Some Nightwish, some Destroy Destroy Destroy, Nobuo Uematsu, John Williams, what have you. This is actually something I think about all the time.
#18
THE LORD OF THE RINGS SOUNDTRACK

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on a serious note

Opening Scene - Mardy Bum (Arctic Monkeys)
Action Scene - Drunkship of Lanterns (The Mars Volta)
Love Scene - Do You Wanna (The Kooks)
Travelling Scene - I Will Follow You Into the Dark (Death Cab For A Cutie)
Happy Scene - I Want to Hold Your Hand (The Beatles)
Depressing Scene - Hurt (Johnny Cash)
Flashback Montage Scene - The Times They Are Changing (Bob Dylan)
Final Scene - Hey Hey, My My (Neil Young)
End Credits - The End (The Doors)
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#19
Man I haven't done this shit since I was in grade 8

Opening Scene - Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World - U2
Action Scene - Invaders Must Die - The Prodigy
Love Scene - I Would Do Anything For You - Foster The People
Travelling Scene - White Blank Page - Mumford & Sons
Happy Scene - 19-2000 [Soul Child Remix] - Gorillaz
Depressing Scene - Drinking in L.A. - Bran Van 3000
Flashback Montage Scene - Don't Dream It's Over - Crowded House
Final Scene - Centerfold - J. Geils Band
End Credits - All Around The World - Oasis
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#20
Inception. For all of them.
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#22
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This, times one million and a fifth.

John Williams is one of (if not the best) composer of our time.

One of the best film composers maybe. Best composer of our time? Definitely a weak proposal. From a classical merit point of view, he hasn't done anything to advance the art or expand on any techniques and concepts. What he is good at is adapting the thoroughly developed styles of the late 19th - early 20th century for film. He's done a lot for film music, but definitely not the best composer of our time. Musically, he's about 100 years behind, so maybe a contender for the late romantic generation, but he'd be easily dwarfed by Mahler, Wagner, and a slew of other visionaries.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#23
Dark Side Of The Moon... over and over... and over

also, something by Howard Shore, the greatest composer of the past 100 years
"The man that hath no music in himself, nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. The motions of his spirit are dull as night, and his affections dark as Erebus. Let no such man be trusted."
#24
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Dark Side Of The Moon... over and over... and over

also, something by Howard Shore, the greatest composer of the past 100 years

Again, a good film composer doesn't equate to the "greatest composer of the past 100 years". And no offense, but how much music do you know to claim something like that? I certainly don't know enough.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#25
Opening Scene - Tännhäuser Overture, Richard Wagner. OR (you'll need to up the volume for this one) Rachmaninoff, "The Isle of the Dead"
Action Scene (Warning: loud)- Ride of the Valkyries: Richard Wagner OR "Mars: Bringer of War" from The Planets, Gustav Holst OR St. Michael the Archangel from "Church Windows," Ottorino Respighi
Love Scene - Gustav Mahler, Symphony 5, mvmt. IV OR Frédéric Chopin, Nocturne in E Minor
Travelling Scene - Traveler, David Maslanka (I actually played on this recording! -Principal Tubist/Contrabass double)
Happy Scene - Andy McKee, "Drifting"
Depressing Scene - Siegfried's Funeral March from "Gotterdammerung": Richard Wagner OR Shostakovich Symphony 5 mvmt. I OR Beethoven Symphony 7, mvmt. II OR Rachmaninoff, Prelude in C Sharp Minor, op. 32 OR Mozart, Requiem Mass in D minor
Flashback Montage Scene - Sonata in C Minor, by our very own Rabidguitarist!
Final Scene - Gustav Mahler, Symphony no. 5 mvmt. II
End Credits - Brahms, Piano Quartet in C minor

Just give it a shot; trust me!

Edit: Whalepudding, way to make me look looks like a an jerk. :[
V.2: Ooh, Arvo Part. That's a name I don't hear often.

V.3: I'd have to have this in there somehere, too: Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, No. 13 Dance of the Knights
I think it's time for a change.



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#26
Opening Scene - Ride of the Valkyries
Action Scene - the apocalyptic-as-cock bit of Miserere by Arvo Part
Love Scene - The love duet off of Tristan und Isolde by Wagner
Travelling Scene - First movement of Mahler's 9th, with something horrible coming into view for each of the discordant climaxes
Happy Scene - Judgement - Devin Townsend
Depressing Scene - Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten by Arvo Part
Flashback Montage Scene - Consolante from Lamentate by Arvo Part
Final Scene - Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde
End Credits - Unity by Devin Townsend

I'm worried choosing mostly classical music might look like I'm trying to look intelligent, so I'll balance it out by using "you're" incorrectly. My choices are better than you're ones.
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#27
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Inception. For all of them.


*tense, spooky strings* .... NOOOOOOOOON, JE NE REGRETTE RIEEEEEEEEEEEEEN

Who wouldn't want that as the soundtrack to their life?
#28
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Opening Scene - Braid- The New Nathan Detroits
Action Scene - The Pixies- Debaser
Love Scene - Alaska in Winter- Balkan Low Rider Anthem
Travelling Scene - Pinehurst Kids- The Onceler
Happy Scene - King Charles- Love Lust
Depressing Scene - Broken Social Scene- Anthems of a Seventeen Year Old Girl
Flashback Montage Scene - Band of Horses- The Funeral
Final Scene - Lifter Puller- Star Wars Hips
End Credits - The Hold Steady- Southtown Girls


Or it fits the theme of the movie

See: High Fidelity, 500 Days of Summer, The Royal Tenenbaums etc.

It's still lazy though, the films you mention only work because the songs are an integral part of the film.
#29
All anyone cares about is the sex scene and this would be perfect

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#31
DO YOU LIEK ME???

cause i dont like you


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#32
Opening Scene - Personality Crisis - New York Dolls
Action Scene - Emergency - Motörhead
Love Scene - Show Me the Way - Peter Frampton
Travelling Scene - Truckin - Grateful Dead
Happy Scene - Rockaway Beach - Ramones
Depressing Scene - Everyday is Like Sunday - Morrissey
Flashback Montage Scene - Those Were the Days - Cream
Final Scene - No Such Thing - Agent Orange
End Credits - Tenebrae - The Faction
#33
I'm currently story-boarding a trailer for a film I've had in my head for a while. I've written most of the story, and I just like the way good trailers are made. Not the ones that give the whole thing away though. I'd want at least the first movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata as the backing for it, maybe the second if it's a long trailer.

As for movie soundtracks, I've always liked the idea of re-recording existing songs in a different style for it. Like, Here Without You by 3 Doors Down but on just a piano with a female singing it would work well for a depressing scene in..maybe a drama/romance movie.
#34
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Edit: Whalepudding, way to make me look looks like a an jerk. :[
V.2: Ooh, Arvo Part. That's a name I don't hear often.

V.3: I'd have to have this in there somehere, too: Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, No. 13 Dance of the Knights

Sorry, I didn't think of that. And Arvo Part is lovely. He reminds you that single notes sound really nice.

Also, instead of everything I said earlier, pretend I said Prokofiev's filmscore for Alexander Nevsky.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy84N_U5jw0
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#35
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Sorry, I didn't think of that. And Arvo Part is lovely. He reminds you that single notes sound really nice.

Also, instead of everything I said earlier, pretend I said Prokofiev's filmscore for Alexander Nevsky.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy84N_U5jw0


That he does. It's really inspiring once you think about it: that single notes can have just as much emotional impact and meaning as all the notes in a symphony.

And forget what I said about the Mahler for my Final Scene, I want this!

Finale to Stravinsky's "Firebird"
I think it's time for a change.



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