Clarinet in Bb part from Space Chase Sequence

page one of the Clarinet in Bb part from Space Chase Sequence
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

This short cue was written for my final presentation for the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop 2003. The cue was based on a space chase sequence from the animated feature Jimmy Neutron (please note that this sequence is NOT the sountrack to the movie but is only inspired by picture) The work was recorded at the Newman Scoring Stage in the 20th Century Fox Lot on July 28th, 2003

If you have some time to kill and would like to see how this music fits the movie rent the film and try to synch it with my cue! :) The cue starts on the cut right after the bad guys say "to the ships!!"-"and could somebody bring my a bucket?".

Have fun and enjoy!


Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Other
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