Countdown Music
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Author:  Celtic Lass [ Fri Oct 02, 2009 8:39 am ]
Post subject:  Countdown Music

Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew here what the music was that played during the countdown before the evening meetings each night. It was about 5 different songs that I could tell. I really liked it and want a copy!

Author:  Runner13 [ Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:03 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Countdown Music

I Know i liked it too! Especially during the intro to the play with the British lady speaking in the background. Including the music that was played while everyone was trying to find a seat.

Author:  Brian Sitler [ Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Countdown Music

The music beneath the British sounding Narrator was written by Sitler & Strong Productions specifically for that section of the play. Unfortunately, since a CD can only hold 74 minutes of music, we couldn't include all the background songs used during the Esther production on our CD. As far as the other tracks you are looking for, I would direct questions to the camporee website and maybe someone there could let you know.

Author:  Runner13 [ Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:16 pm ]
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Cool! You guys did an awesome job with the music then! Many of my Pathfinders really enjoyed, " World Full of Women". lol. :D It's was very funny.

Author:  tuningpeg571 [ Thu Oct 15, 2009 10:02 pm ]
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That's my sister's favorite song from the play too!

Author:  Brian Sitler [ Fri Oct 16, 2009 5:23 pm ]
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lol ... thank you for your kind words! We had a feeling that song would go over well! At our booth we were playing the CD most of the week and that song was requested about every 10 minutes by someone! Needless to say, after hearing it about 5000 times in one week, I don't think I'll care if I ever hear it again! :) j/k ... We thank God for all the songs and for blessing us and the production! Thanks again for your support!


Author:  jomegat [ Fri Oct 16, 2009 6:04 pm ]
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When we returned home from Oshkosh, all of the girls in our club rode together in a van. They had written this in the dust on the back windshield:

In a world full of men disobedient to us gals.

I guess they thought the lyrics needed some sort of correction!

Author:  Runner13 [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 1:49 pm ]
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lol. :) that's funny jomegat! yeah the song is sort of my favorite too. lol. because it's so funny to see these kids singing and laughing and having fun with it.

Author:  Peacemaker [ Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:53 pm ]
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Does the CD include the entire Esther production (5 acts of roughly 35-40 minutes each) or is some left out? I bought the DVD's of the camporee mainly for the Esther production and have just gone through all 5 nights of the play. I'd love to have the whole thing on CD as I drive a lot, but that's over 3 hours and I keep reading "CD" and not "CD's" so I'm wondering about what is actually included. Worse case I can listen to DVD's as I drive.

My favorite song is Lead Me Through (act 4 version), thanks for making it a free download.

Author:  tuningpeg571 [ Mon Nov 16, 2009 5:35 pm ]
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The CD is a soundtrack of all the songs in the play. It does not have the different versions of the song, nor does it have the speaking parts that happen between the songs.

However, I truly enjoy listening to the CD, as it is excellent music and also brings to memory parts of the play production. While it does not contain the whole production, it might be something that you still enjoy listening to in the car.

Author:  Peacemaker [ Mon Nov 16, 2009 5:53 pm ]
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Thanks. I've already made MP3 versions of all 5 nights from the DVD for my use in the car. I'll give them a whirl next weekend when I drive back to Michigan for Thanksgiving.

Author:  Brian Sitler [ Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Countdown Music

The CD is 74 minutes, but they do contain all the most important elements from the story. I'm very pleased to say that we included several dialogue setups to the songs and even a couple of entire scenes to help keep songs in context. I believe as someone listens to the CD that the story unfolds in a stand alone manner so that those who weren't at the camporee can still feel the power behind the story.

Author:  Celtic Lass [ Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:43 pm ]
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Ok. I contacted Camporee Staff and this is what they said. The music is from a company named Digital Juice. I went through their website and found most of the songs under the World and Cinematic score sets. Its a really cool site. Warning though, the music is a bit pricy. Here is the site:

The track names are:
A New Era
Oriental Night
Secrets of the Lost World
The Last Stand

Sorry, I don't remember exactly where they are but that should help some.

Author:  Runner13 [ Thu Nov 19, 2009 4:50 am ]
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Thanks! :D I checked out the website and it seemed very helpful.

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