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The only decent part of the song is the one they borrowed from someone else :LOL:

 

I don't usually go in these threads because I don't really play an instrument, just sing. I am hoping one of you can explain this. The wiki says the outro is from Rachmaninoff's Adagio Sostenuto , but I have listened to several versions of that on Youtube and I and do not hear this outro in there. Can someone point me to another version where it can be clearly heard? or is the wiki wrong perhaps?

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I don't usually go in these threads because I don't really play an instrument, just sing. I am hoping one of you can explain this. The wiki says the outro is from Rachmaninoff's Adagio Sostenuto , but I have listened to several versions of that on Youtube and I and do not hear this outro in there. Can someone point me to another version where it can be clearly heard? or is the wiki wrong perhaps?

 

Listen at about 2:20. Sounds very similar only a bit slower...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAK2J05Vmhc

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Listen at about 2:20. Sounds very similar only a bit slower...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAK2J05Vmhc

 

Thanks, I listened up to 3:30 (and this is not any different than what I listened to before) then listened to NSC, then went back to 2:20 and listened again and I'm sorry, but you can't tell me this is the same music. It must be some other Rachmaninoff or maybe just maybe , could it be Bellamy?

 

so , I'm already hunting down music geeks at the university where I work :)

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from a friend who got it from Muselive

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and I have since got my hands on the score for Rachmaninoff's piano concerto in C minor, even considering that it's in a different key, I see nothing in the piano section that looks like these

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and I have since got my hands on the score for Rachmaninoff's piano concerto in C minor, even considering that it's in a different key, I see nothing in the piano section that looks like these

 

It wouldn't look anything like it anyway even if it was similar but I agree, I can't hear anything other than the arpeggios and octaves. The chord changes are not the same, take the first movement for example you can clearly hear space dementia and meglomania even though it isn't the same on paper it sounds just like it. But i can't hear it here, maybe matt was inspired by it but he's been playing that since 2003 and I haven't heard anyone say anything about it then.

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This is quite nice :) it seems to be a very good transcription! Piano, Guitar and vocals!! thanks!:)

 

http://www.muselive.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=46924&n=last#bottom

 

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SHEET MUSIC: http://rapidshare.com/files/392215785/Muse_-_Neutron_Star_Collision__Love_Is_Forever_.rar.html

(uploaded to rapidshare, because some of museforums may not have an muselive account ;) )

 

 

Credits &respect go to Samuel Deacon!

 

 

edit: damn awesome sheet music. I'm reading it while the music is playing in the background and everything seems to be perfectly. Even the synths are included..

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