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1  Films of Sergio Leone / For a Few Dollars More / Re:The Musical Pocket Watch on: July 22, 2003, 04:02:10 PM
CLINTEASTWOOD.NET/ destination film music. MPW.

chords are: D (min)- G (min)- F-A-D (min)
(retards as watch slows) G (min)-D (min) ect.

estacy of gold:  A (min)-C-D-F-A (min)-G-C-E (sus)-E.
E (sus) = e-a-b-/ e-g#-b.

suggest you do what i did. go to CLINTEASTWOOD.NET
click under musical pocket watch & use the chords i've sent and play along with the songs. lots of fun and easy.
up to a point.
you got it amigo !  Wink

Wow! Thanks guys for your quick answers - I hadn't counted on that on a board with relatively low traffic :O Otherwise I'd have checked sooner. Great info, I suppose, even if I'm unsure on how to use it. 'Chords' dimly reminds me of guitars, somehow, but not being a musician of any kind, I'm not sure on how this might be applied to a carillon.
I already have several Morricone albums including several versions of the pocket watch. I can hum the melody in my sleep. Still, finding a watch like that would be perfect - there are some manufacturers who offer to do custom-made pocket watches w/ carillons, but they charge what I might pay for a middle-class car...
I've already considered tinkering with a cheap quartz pocket watch and a programmable music chip, but I fear this might be more complicated that I think. Ah, well, waiting and hoping for better times - hmmm... I might try to get the melody as a ring tone for my mobile, though... Wink
2  Films of Sergio Leone / For a Few Dollars More / The Musical Pocket Watch on: June 28, 2003, 12:55:31 PM
I've been looking for this for quite a while now when I recently stumbled across this board - I though maybe one of you die-hards might have heard about something like it:
Having seen the whole 'Dollar' trilogy a few times too often, the melody of the well-known pocket watch has somehow been imprinted deep within my mind. As a result, I've not only searched the world and the web for a replica of that watch but also keep pestering unsuspecting watch dealers about musical pocket watches with custom carillons/melodies.
So, has any of you ever seen or heard of a pocket watch that does what I need it to do (it doesn't have to look the same exactly, but sound the same)? I'd be extremely grateful for any pointers. Smiley
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