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what is the song in the beginning of the movie "august rush"?

in the beginning of the movie august rush there is a man playing a song on the street while the parents meet what is the name of the song? Because i wanted to learn how to play it on the sax

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  • Fred
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    1 decade ago
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    Music played in the movie, "August Rush:"

    # "Prelude from Partita No. 3"

    Johann Sebastian Bach

    Orchestrated and Arranged by Dave Metzger

    Performed by Steve Erdody

    # "Break"

    Written by John Ondrasik

    Produced by John Ondrasik, Phil Ramone, and Curt Schneider

    Performed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    # "The Swan"

    Written by Daniel Levy

    Performed by Uncle Moni

    # "Moondance"

    Written by Van Morrison

    Performed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    # "This Time"

    Written by Chris Trapper

    Produced by Phil Ramone

    Performed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    # "La Bamba Live"

    Arranged by Ali Dee and Richard Barton Lewis

    Produced by Ali Dee

    Performed by Leon Thomas III (as Leon Thomas III)

    # "Sound Circle Song"

    Written and Performed by Impact Repertory Theatre

    Produced by Jamal Joseph

    # "My Country 'Tis of Thee"

    Produced and Arranged by Ali Dee

    Performed by Leon Thomas III (as Leon Thomas III)

    # "Father's Song"

    Written by Charles Ray Mack (as Charles Mack)

    Produced by Ali Dee

    Performed by Leon Thomas III (as Leon Thomas III)

    # "Magic Time"

    Written by Van Morrison

    Performed by Van Morrison

    Courtesy of Exile Productions / Polydor Ltd. (U.K.)

    Under License from Universal Music Enterprises

    # "Für Elise"

    Written by Ludwig van Beethoven

    Performed by Keri Russell

    # "God Bless the Child"

    Written by Arthur Herzog Jr. and Billie Holiday

    Produced by Bobby Colomby

    Performed by Chris Botti and Paula Cole

    Chris Botti and Paula Cole appear courtesy of Columbia Records

    # "Wizard's Theater Song"

    Written by Impact Repertory Theatre

    Performed by Timmy Mitchum (as Timothy T. Mitchum)

    # "Bari Improv"

    Written by Mark Mancina and Kaki King

    Performed by Kaki King

    Kaki King appears courtesy of Velour Music Group

    # "Ritual Dance"

    Written by Michael Hedges

    Performed by Kaki King

    Kaki King appears courtesy of Velour Music Group

    # "Something Inside"

    Written by Lucas Reynolds

    Produced by Phil Ramone

    Performed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    # "Harlem Streetz"

    Written and Performed by Charles Ray Mack (as Charles Mack) and Jamal Joseph

    Courtesy of South Tribe Music / Pro-Fessionallz Music Group / Bankstone Entertainment

    # "Raise It Up"

    Written by Impact Repertory Theatre

    Produced by Jamal Joseph and Charles Ray Mack (as Charles Mack)

    Performed by Jamia Simone Nash and Impact Repertory Theatre

    # "Dueling Guitars"

    Written by Heitor Pereira

    Produced by Mark Mancina

    Performed by Heitor Pereira and Doug Smith

    # "Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85, Adagio - Moderato"

    Edward Elgar

    Orchestrated and Arranged by Dave Metzger

    Performed by Steve Erdody

    # "Someday"

    Produced and Performed by John Legend

    Written by John Legend (as J. Stephens)

    John Legend appears courtesy of Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc. / Sony BMG Entertainment, Inc.

    # "King of the Earth"

    Written and Performed by John Ondrasik

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Entertainment, Inc.

    # "La Bamba"

    Arranged and Produced by Robbie Buchanan and Richard Barton Lewis

    Performed by Leon Thomas III (as Leon Thomas III)

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  • 4 years ago

    The Crystals - And Then He Kissed Me

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