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Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Turning Page (Instrumental) · Sleeping At Last The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 ℗ 2011 Asteroid B612 Records Digital Editor: Stewart Whitmore Executive Producer: Craig Kallman Executive Producer: Julie Greenwald Masterer: Stephen Marcussen Performance: Sleeping At Last Producer: Alexander Patsavas Producer: Paul Katz Producer: Ryan O'Neal Writer: Ryan Curtis O'Neal Auto-generated by YouTube.
"Turning Page" was written by the American indie rock band Sleeping At Last (i.e. Ryan O'NEAL, born 17 July 1983) for the 2011 Summit Entertainment film The Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn - part 1. An abridged instrumental version of this song appears during the wedding scene of the film, when Isabella Marie SWAN (played by Kristen STEWART) marches towards Edward Anthony Masen CULLEN (played by Robert PATTINSON). I performed live a piano accompaniment of the full version of the song on 17-04-2012 on Roland FP-7F digital piano. I purchased the piano score on http://www.musicnotes.com/sheetmusic/mtdFPE.asp?ppn=MN0098475& Sound recording was made using Roland Quad-Capture. Video editing was made using Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD. The video in the top right corner was uploaded by 96lyly on 21-02-2012. Title : The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Wedding scene- HD Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOsMzVVH8Zw Most of the pictures in this video come from the 2011 Summit Entertainment film The Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn - part 1. I speeded up this video slightly in order to match my musical performance. I removed the end of the video and I replaced it by a slowed-down version of the end of the original wedding scene. I thank YouTube user 96lyly for allowing me to make my video public. I received her written approval on 20-04-2012. My piano accompaniment of "Turning Page" illustrated with the original wedding scene from the film Breaking Dawn - part 1 is available here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhGaHWTpyG0 Anyone who wishes to record the vocal line over my instrumental track is welcome. Please send me the link to the video of your vocal performance. I will include your video to my video to create a complete cover of "Turning Page", whose link I will send to you. Thanks to Joanne Ochsner for using my piano accompaniment of "Turning Page" as a backing track for her vocal performance of this song. You can watch her video here : Title : Joanne Ochsner - Turning Page (Sleeping at Last Cover from Breaking Dawn Part 1) Link : http://youtu.be/tjwwm9zpoHQ
► Get our albums here: https://smarturl.it/TPG_ALBUMS ► WE'RE ON TOUR! https://smarturl.it/tpgtour ► DOWNLOAD THIS SONG: https://smarturl.it/TPG1_Album ► GET THE SHEET MUSIC: https://smarturl.it/TPGBook_sheet-music ________________________ ► Apple Music/iTunes - https://smarturl.it/TPGAppleMusic ► Spotify - https://smarturl.it/TPGCatalog ► Amazon - https://smarturl.it/TPGAmzn ► Google Play - https://smarturl.it/TPGooglePlay ________________________ ► SUBSCRIBE: https://smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe1 ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ThePianoGuys ► TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/ThePianoGuys Story behind the song: Our kids give us great inspiration for our music. When Jon's 17-year-old daughter said how much she loved this song, Jon decided to try it. He experienced a flood of inspiration. "Never has a piano part come together this fast," Jon says. Steve experienced similar inspiration while composing the cello parts. Since the lyrics suggest a bride walking towards the groom in a ceremony we thought we would include a quote from the Bridal Chorus by Wagner in the climax of the song. (It is carefully disguised). As it seems to always go, Paul and Tel didn't find the spot until they spent 9 hours driving around southern Utah the day before the shoot looking. After getting a little discouraged by not finding anything that great, they just happened to check out a little-hidden spot right near Baker Dam and thought it was perfect for the song. The next morning we all loaded up the piano and headed out there to film, but after getting the Truck and Trailer stuck and waiting for the sun to move, we didn't get started filming until that evening having about 3 hours of light. It was so fun to film and play in the middle of the trees! Credits A Thousand Years written by CHRISTINA PERRI, DAVID HODGES Published by SUMMIT BASE CAMP FILM MUSIC, EMI BLACKWOOD MUSIC INC, CHRISTINA PERRI D/B/A MISS PERRI LANE PUBLISHING Arrangement produced by Jon Schmidt Arrangement written by Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt, & Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Jon Schmidt: piano Steven Sharp Nelson: acoustic cello, & cello-percussion Music recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studio Piano was recorded and edited at big idea studios by Jake Bowen Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart Check out our Top 10 videos! A Thousand Years - Christina Perri: https://youtu.be/QgaTQ5-XfMM Disney's Let It Go / Vivaldi's Winter: https://youtu.be/6Dakd7EIgBE Beethoven's 5 Secrets - OneRepublic: https://youtu.be/mJ_fkw5j-t0 Titanium / Pavane David Guetta / Faure: https://youtu.be/fz4MzJTeL0c What Makes You beautiful / One Direction: https://youtu.be/0VqTwnAuHws Peponi - Coldplay - Paradise: https://youtu.be/Cgovv8jWETM Cello Wars - Star Wars: https://youtu.be/BgAlQuqzl8o Fight Song / Amazing Grace: https://youtu.be/mOO5qRjVFLw Kung Fu Piano - Oogway Ascends: https://youtu.be/NCaH-qqTWpk Story of My Life - One Direction: https://youtu.be/yET4p-r2TI8 #thepianoguys #pianocello
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