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It doesn't look like there's any overlap between the Moneyball and The Social Network soundtracks (according to IMDB and What-song). They were composed by different people (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for The Social Network and Mychael Danna for Moneyball) and don't share any non-original music. I would guess you're thinking of either Intriguing ...
Not sure if I would call this soft, but is this what you mean? In Motion - Trent Raznor I had a quick watch of the movie and that's the song playing as he starts programming the Facebook for the first time. Edit I don't see any correlation between the two soundtracks. Here's a link to the Moneyball Soundtrack. And here's the Social Network soundtrack. ...
With deference to Ms. Johansson, she's not a particularly strong singer. WHile that hasn't stopped other performers on Oscar programs in the past, it's safe assumption to believe that Ms. Johansson has people around her who wouldn't like to see her possibly embarrassed by singing during an awards program alongside people with greater measures of talent than ...
One of my all-time favorites! Song changes from album (taken from multiple sources, as well as my own notes): "When the Tigers Broke Free" New song, edited into two sections strictly for the film, but would later be released as one continuous song. The song was released as a single in 1982 and was later included on the 2001 compilation Echoes: The Best ...
Here you go: http://rock.co.za/files/thewall.html Complete with a listing of the differences in lyrics. The Wall Movie Wikipedia Page also has a summary of all the major differences. In summary, The Wall movie removed "Hey You" and "The Show Must Go On". An IMDB FAQ page discusses why here. It states: A sequence was actually shot for "Hey You," but ...
Estasi dell Anima was composed for the movie by David Sardy, there isn't a longer version. Searching through Spotify, I found Ennio Morricone's L'Estasi Dell'oro, which has a similar feel and might be an inspiration. It has similar instrumentation (discounting the electric guitar) and a driving beat with flourishes leading to a grand orchestral swell. It's ...
On a recent interview I saw with Carpenter he said that Universal would not allow him to do the soundtrack but he got a chance to work with Morricone who he was a huge fan of. It's a great testament to the skill of Morricone to create a score which really complimented the director.
I believe the movie is "Sincerely Yours" with Liberace as the pianist and Joanne Dru as his secretary. William Demarest was the agent.
The music playing in that specific scene does not appear to have a specific name, but it is part of the original score composed for the movie by Nino Rota. You can read an analysis of the entire score at this site.
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