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Old March 28 2009, 02:38 AM   #76
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Re: "the music" was well used/explained IMO

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In the BSGverse the song was 'originally' written by Anders, right?
Actually, he all he said was that he'd played it, not that he'd written it.
As Ron Moore explained, the song is written into the fabric of the universe by whatever higher power is orchestrating everything. Every few thousand years an exceptional person has the combination of sensitivity and talent and luck necessary to discover the song and share it. Predictably, everyone who can't find the song themselves assumes the person who did invented it (including that person). On this planet we have Bob Dylan, who found the entire song after the author of the Book of Isaiah apparently had some awareness of it.
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Old March 28 2009, 02:51 AM   #77
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Re: Bear's Finale Music

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Part of me almost thinks the coda would've worked better as a post-credits sequence.
Couldn't agree more, and one reason i didn't like the coda was that it didn't end with Bear's music, but Hendrix'... i like Hendrix but Bear McCreary's music has been so essential to the whole nuBSG experience that i felt not including some of it in the very last moments was a weird direction to take.
I agree too. They should have done roll credits at the hilltop scene, a fabulous finale score big bang ending, Bear knocked that out of the park. Then show the new york bit at the end of the credits... a la the boat scene in The X-Files.
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Old March 28 2009, 03:03 AM   #78
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Re: Bear's Finale Music

What boat scene in the X-files?

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Old March 28 2009, 05:32 AM   #79
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Re: Bear's Finale Music

At the end of the most recent X-Files film, I Want to Believe.

I don't think they can effectively do a post-credits scene on non-premium cable shows. The credits are often chopped off and squeezed in order to show previews for upcoming programs. To go from that to another scene would be awkward.
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Old March 30 2009, 03:24 AM   #80
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At the end of the most recent X-Files film, I Want to Believe.

I don't think they can effectively do a post-credits scene on non-premium cable shows. The credits are often chopped off and squeezed in order to show previews for upcoming programs. To go from that to another scene would be awkward.
Thanks.... yeah that's what I was talking about. Sorry, I should have been more specific.

Maybe they should have held it over for the DVD release LOL.
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