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« : June 28, 2003, 11:55:31 AM »

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. :)

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« #1 : June 28, 2003, 03:28:13 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 !  ;)
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« : July 01, 2003, 02:48:30 AM KERMIT »
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« #2 : June 28, 2003, 06:25:44 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. :)
I assume the pocket watch tune was a Morricone melody and not a real watch, unfortunately, although how cool would that musical pocket watch be!

Check out  '60 seconds to nothing' (I think) on the Few Dollars More LP .
West Side!

Otherwise Kermits idea would be the next best thing.
Adios amigo.

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« #3 : June 29, 2003, 06:47:08 AM »

Hello Kermit,

do you have the chords or tabs of any of the dollars films?

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« : June 29, 2003, 07:09:40 AM Ramon »

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« #4 : June 29, 2003, 11:33:53 PM »


   
    i'll get dressed,   i'll learn 'em,   i'll be right back !"


« : January 22, 2004, 12:30:16 AM KERMIT »
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« #5 : June 30, 2003, 09:39:32 PM »

 FAFDM chords:  

D min - F - G - D min - Bb - F - G - A min -  C - D min.
(repeat  again)
D min - F - D min - Bb - C - D min
(repeat 1st. line once again)
D min - F - C - A min - D min - F - D min - C - Bb - G - F - E
D min - F - G - D min - (vamp D min)
searching for tabs. lots out there. this will have to do for now.     suggestion :     go to CLINTEASTWOOD.NET
listen to the score and play along. after a bit you will see how moriconne's ideas fall together. GB&U next as soon as i learn it. not easy when you go by ear.

« : January 22, 2004, 12:31:20 AM KERMIT »
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« #6 : June 30, 2003, 11:13:58 PM »


 possible morricone used a toy piano that kids play with  to achieve this  sound.  

« : January 22, 2004, 12:32:39 AM KERMIT »
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« #7 : June 30, 2003, 11:56:11 PM »


GOODBYE COLONEL,  :'(

{each chord has only 3 notes. ie. D min = D-F-A.  
 (sus) = raising 2nd. note to chord 1/2 step. sometimes lowering it.

D min - A (sus) - A - D min - C - D min - E (D bass) - A - D min - F -
- Bb - C - A (sus) - A - D min - C (sus) F - G .
(2nd time around)
D min - A (sus) - A - D min - C - D min - E (D bass) - A -
D min - A -  D min
   

« : January 22, 2004, 12:33:52 AM KERMIT »
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« #8 : July 01, 2003, 05:16:12 AM »

INSEGUMENTO:  

D min - G - D min - C - Bb - A min - D min - G - D min
(repeat 1st. v.)

(refrain) A min - C - A min - F - A min - C - A -

D min- G - D min - C - Bb - A min - D min - G - D min

(refrain) A min - C - A min - F - A min - C - A -
D min - G - D min (retard tempo, and while holding down D min
chromaticaly walk down from G - F - E - Eb - D min- C - D min. hole D min down play notes: F - E - Eb - D
                                ( tuco puffs on blondie's still lit cigar)
this is the music played as tuco pursues blondie for leaving him in the desert.

« : January 22, 2004, 12:34:27 AM KERMIT »
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« #9 : July 01, 2003, 09:49:42 AM »

Kermit,

thanks for the chords, I'm tuning my guitar now!

Ramon


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« #10 : July 01, 2003, 12:02:46 PM »

RAMONE,
i'm very  happy to hear this ! it's music to my ears. thers's just not enough words to express ennio's works.   i've got my keyboard set up next to my PC.  hearing you have your guitar out encourages me to learn.
"THE TRIO"

« : January 22, 2004, 12:36:42 AM KERMIT »
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« #11 : July 01, 2003, 05:57:28 PM »


was up till 9 am working from 2 am. got a little sleepy and sqrewed up. got it rite now though.

try it again.  it's just like the record now. chord wise. aaayyyee-aaaayyyee- aaahh = A - D - A - D - A
 
                                                                   

« : January 22, 2004, 12:38:03 AM KERMIT »
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« #12 : July 01, 2003, 08:01:47 PM »

THE TRIO :  

D min- G - D min - G - D min - Bb - F - D min - C - A (sus) -
- A - G - D min - Bb - A - D min - A - D min - C - D min -
- E ( d-bass) - A - F#(dim) - G - F - D min - F - D min

it's quite possible i missed something going by ear.

 

« : January 22, 2004, 12:44:50 AM KERMIT »
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« #13 : July 02, 2003, 01:33:56 PM »


I knew all those years of trying to play along with Led Zep would come in handy!

Now when I flick my poncho over my shoulder its so I can play along with my Les Paul Custom.

Thanks for the chords.





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« #14 : July 03, 2003, 06:46:04 PM »


  found sheet music the GB&U sheet music slid under my door.
                            ;) >:( :P

D min - G - D min - C - D min- A min - D min - G - D min.
(repeat)
D min - A min - Bb - F - D min - A min - C
A min - D min - G - D min - G - D min - G - D min - G - Bb - A min - G - F - E min - F - C - Bb
Ab - A 7 - D min //
D min - G - D min - C - D min - A min - D min - G - D min //
G - Bb - F - C - A min - D min
coda Ab - A 7 - D min - G - D min- C D min vamp & out

« : January 22, 2004, 12:47:18 AM KERMIT »
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