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    I know this is a long shout but anyway...

    Can any 1 help me out the phantom of the opera theme...

    The theme was played tonight on BBC1's worst doctor at the very start...

    a bit more info if u have seen Bo Selecta when Michael Jackson goes 2 see Ozzy Osbourne and presses the door bell... it plays sum sort of horror theme...

    Like i say i know it's a long shot but anyway....

    thanks

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    The 'theme'?

    No real theme in the opera, maybe the overture?

    And sorry, I've never seen Bo Selecta when Michael Jackson goes 2 see Ozzy Osbourne and presses the door bell.....

    Here ar the songs in the order of the opera:

    Disc: 1

    1. Think of Me Listen Listen
    2. Angel of Music Listen Listen
    3. Little Lotte.../The Miror... Listen Listen
    4. Phantom of the Opera Listen Listen
    5. Music of the Night Listen Listen
    6. I Remember.../Stranger Than You Dream It
    7. Magical Lasso
    8. Notes/Prima Donna
    9. Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh
    10. Why Have You Brought Me Here? Raoul, I've Been There
    11. All I Ask of You
    12. All I Ask of You (Reprise)

    Disc: 2

    1. Masquerade/Why So Silent
    2. Notes.../Twisted Every Way
    3. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
    4. Wandering Child.../Bravo, Monsieur...
    5. Point of No Return
    6. Down Once More.../Track Down This Murderer...

    I have "The Phantom of the Opera (Original 1986 London Cast)" CDs, so I could tell you precisely the song if you can provide a bit more info.....

    Doubt this helps, but.......

    Tchau!

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    Or you can just go download Phantom of the Opera by Nightwish.

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    Grab Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - Phantom of the Opera off of "Are a Drag"

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    Phantom of the Opera by Nightwish
    HOW STUPID PEOPLE CAN BE ?


    THE SONG NAME IS Bach - Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor FROM BACH !░!

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    Nightwish have a good cover

    but the Original

    Sarah Briughtan and Michael Crawford

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    Silver crow was right...

    Thanks Silver Crow

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    MetroStars - Glad you found what you were looking for.

    silverccrow -

    HOW STUPID PEOPLE CAN BE ?
    I have no idea who you are referring to.

    As I said:

    The 'theme'?

    No real theme in the opera, maybe the overture?

    And sorry, I've never seen Bo Selecta when Michael Jackson goes 2 see Ozzy Osbourne and presses the door bell.....
    Tchau!

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    Originally posted by silverccrow@1 August 2003 - 04:02
    Phantom of the Opera by Nightwish
    HOW STUPID PEOPLE CAN BE ?

    THE SONG NAME IS Bach - Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor FROM BACH !░!
    Well I have no idea what you are blabbering about. the song is called Hpantom of the Opera so I thought it was good enough.

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    Now this is good Ur telling me that bach copy the music that we heard in that movie ?

    Johann Sebastian Bach's life (1685-1750)
    The name J.S. Bach is almost synonymous in modern day with mastery of baroque music composition. He is widely (or universally) recognized as one of three giants of the artform (along with Mozart and Beethoven). Additionally, he was master of the church organ, harpsichord, and an accomplished violinist.
    Although quite multitalented, musical composition was the driving force of his life. Ironically, maybe tragically, he achieved virtually no success or professional recognition as a composer in his own lifetime. Of the nearly one thousand musical compositions currently listed in the Bach musical catalog (BWV) only a dozen of these were published in his lifetime. Furthermore, some of those were printed at Bach's own expense.
    In 1721 he composed Six Concerts for Different Instruments. The work was sent as a sample (employment application) to Christian Ludwig, the margrave of Brandenburg. Bach received no reply back, and never got the job. The compositions fortunately were stored, finally being published in 1850, a full 100 years after Bach's death. As a stunning example of the immense futility Bach must have felt, these towering works now well known as the Brandenburg Concertos propelled Bach into baroque music immortality postmortem, and the margrave of Brandenburg into mists of history. Today there are 73 different recordings of the famous work commercially available.
    There is much debate over the lack of interest in his Bach's music during his life. However, the consensus is that many musicians at time time considered his music technically challenging.
    J. S. Bach began his auspicious career in music at the age of fifteen as an organ mechanic and tuner, moving from town to town. He was quickly regarded as a talented technician, and all through his life continued to service his large collection of musical instruments.
    As noted Bach had no ability to support himself through publishing, (as opposed to his comtemporary Georg Handel, considered a superstar) Bach resorted to a variety of commercial enterprises to support his large family. Some of the minor activities involved selling music books and instruments, but by far his greatest efforts were aimed at Music on Demand.
    This business involved composing sometimes vastly complicated pieces of music (for weddings, funerals etc.) on a few days notice. With the burden of 20 children to support, Bach seemed quite sufficiently motivated. Indeed, it has been estimated that an experienced music handwriter would need 40 years to copy his life's work.
    From a purely technical prospective, Bach is considered to be the master of the fugue. Fugues were very popular formats for Baroque music, involving a sort of dialog between instruments.

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