Wait for Me

One of the few examples in the film with drums/percussion. I couldn’t find any examples of anyone sampling this section of the score but it’s a nice piece nonetheless:


Rachel’s Song

A lyricless vocal-led number with some very folky chord sequences. It includes what’s known as a tierce picarde, an unusual harmonic device accomplished by ending a minor chord sequence with a major chord:

The absence of drums (as with much of the score) makes it a prime candidate for sampling, as you can hear below:

Future Sound Of London – My Kingdom [1996]

Sub-Love – Coherent Flow [1993]

Fridge – Paradise [1998]

Zymotix – Rachel in Trance [1999]

K.A.S.T.A. – Hopera [2003]

Way Out West – Just Like A Man [2004]

The Nasty Boyz – Angel [2007]

Gorgeous Children – Sour ICE [2013]

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