Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The piano song at the end of Prometheus in the end credits

The piano song at the end of Prometheus in the end credits is


Raindrop Prelude

by

Frederic Chopin

9 comments:

  1. I seriously can't find the piano music anywhere on youtube or google :(

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  2. That's because it isn't "Creatures of Prometheus" by Beethoven (which is a completely unrelated ballet of his).

    It's the Raindrop Prelude by Chopin.

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  3. thank you very much for the info, my mistake.

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    1. Its also the same song played in the halo 3 diorama ad, Believe.

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  4. Good music and I think the pianist played very well! wonder who he/she is...

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    1. Chopin was Polish pianist and composer.
      He died in Paris in 1849 at age 39.

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    2. wow, I'm surprised people don't know who he was. We need to get back to some good music roots. I enjoy all the other stuff, but classical always takes me back.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric_Chopin

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    3. The question was about the pianist - not the composer

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    4. Exactly! There are always deriviations/differences by who is perfoming a piece. I was never able to find who played a certain "Canon" by Pachelbel; no other is quite as beautiful to me.

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