Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Bubblestand / Ripped Pants


Bubblestand:
- Old Hilo March - Kapono Beamer (title card)
- Maui Beach - Hans Haider [removed from APM site] (opening)
- [original music by Brad Carow] (Squidward playing clarinet)
- SpongeBob Closing Theme - Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (Patrick wakes up)
- Merlins Hill - Jennifer Jones [CPM] (harp music as SpongeBob blows bubbles)
- Entry of the Gladiators - Dick Walter [KPM-0288] (elephant shaped bubble)
- Baby Elephant - Dick Walter (Squidward comes outside)
- Watch Out! - Dick Walter ("Don't give me any of that!")
- Honolulu March - Hans Haider [removed from APM site] (SpongeBob showing Squidward the technique)
- Merlins Hill - Jennifer Jones [CPM] (butterfly shaped bubble)
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill ("You should be ashamed of yourself.")
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White (Squidward pays 25 cents)
- Side Drum [#52] - Mark Nolan (drum rolls as Squidward tries to blow bubbles)
- Honolulu March - Hans Haider ("Hey, Squidward, remember the technique.")
- Twelfth Street Rag [arrangement by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward doing technique)
- Moloka'i Nui A - Kapono Beamer ("I really did it, didn't I?")
- [original music by Brad Carow] (Squidward playing clarinet)
- Menace from the Deep - Robert Cornford (giant bubble engulfs Squidward's house)
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill (bubble bursts)


Ripped Pants:
- You're Nice [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (title card)
- Heat [original music by The Blue Hawaiians] (opening)
- Fun at the Seaside - Syd Dale (lifting weights)
- Side Drum [#52.05] - Mark Nolan (SpongeBob lifts a twig)
- Side Drum [#52] - Mark Nolan ("Y'all watch this.")
- Entry of the Gladiators - Dick Walter [KPM-0288] (Sandy lifts anchors)
- The Land is Ours - Gregor Narholz (Larry lifts the audience)
- Timpani Signal 1 - Sammy Burdson (SpongeBob adds marshmallows to the twig)
- Caesar's Entry - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob struggling to lift the twig)
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill (everyone laughing at SpongeBob)
- Orchestral Effect (f) - Dick Walter (SpongeBob smiles)
- Stars and Games - Alf Saro (volleyball)
- Surf Buggy - The Surfdusters (Frisbee)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (later...)
- Twelfth Street Rag [arrangement by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (people getting annoyed by SpongeBob ripping pants)
- Return of the Surfin' Headhunters - The Mel-Tones (surfing)
- Dramatic Impact 5 - Ivor Slaney ("Holy fish paste, it's a guy!")
- Hope & Glory - Thomas Blug, Mark Scholz ("Why? Why?! WHY?!")
- Beautiful Moonlit Night - George Wilson [CPM] ("Come closer... I need...")
- Timpani Glissando (b) - Gary Kettel; Ups and Downs (d) - Richard Myhill (everyone walks away)
- Botany Bay (b) - Robert White ("Dude...")
- Timpani - Military (d) - Gary Kettel ("Come on, SpongeBob, you're losing 'em.")
- Side Drum [#52.02] - Mark Nolan ("Hey, everybody!")
- Entry of the Gladiators - Dick Walter [KPM-0288] (pants ripped off)
- Stars and Games - Alf Saro (Sandy playing volleyball with Larry)
- Aloha - Dick Walter ("Oh no, everybody's gone!")
- I Ripped My Pants - Peter Straus, Paul Tibbitt [original composition]
- Moloka'i Nui A - Kapono Beamer (ending)

3 comments:

  1. Hey, me philipmaestro again!
    I think you missed one bit of music out where Sandy says: "Y'all watch this.". The music that plays in there is "{#52} Side Drum". The only difference in that music is that it has a clear fortepiano (fp) effect at the beginning that other Side Drum recordings don't have (they have a fuzzy sort of fp). This is a real tricky one to note out because it's so faint to hear it but I managed either way (thanks to Realtek)! Hope this helps!

    Oh, just found another one!
    "{#52.02} Side Drum" where Spongebob slides out of the tent (watch out for the rimshot at the end).

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  2. Apparently, "Beautiful Moonlit Night" is actually a Ukranian song written by Mykhailo Starytsky and composed by Mykola Lysenko. The performance of this song can be seen here.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQkKf23EWjA

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    1. Interesting. Seems APM somehow listed the wrong composer for that one. I just noticed that the next track on the album (CLAS-0011) is a Von Weber piece incorrectly attributed to Friedrich Smetana - yet the UNIPPM listing for the same album has the correct composer credits (and only George Wilson, the arranger, is listed for "Beautiful Moonlit Night"):
      http://m.unippm.cn/en/Browse/Labels/CD%20Listing/CD%20Details.aspx?cdId=5287

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