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Tim Burton's Corpse Bride: Piano Duet

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Published on Mar 2, 2010

Victor Van Dort & Emily famous piano duet in Tim Burton's Corpse Bride

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Ben Johnson
My major complaint about this song is it is too damn short.
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linkLoverAG
For how old and mangled that piano looks, it's tuned to perfection. Burton logic.
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Kokoro cala
I kind of like how it's a sort of apology. She starts lamenting. He gently enters the conversation. He grows more passionate,"Please forgive me!" in a little voice, but then she re-enters angry and explains her frustration. They exchange at the same pace, and then reconnect through a small embrace that leads off to a gentle end to the argument. I like how I can kinda put words to the notes.
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Nazifa Tasneem
EMILY: pardon my enthusiasm. Victor: I like your enthusiasm. ME: WHY THE FUCK DIDN'T VICTOR MARRY EMILY!!!
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Shelby Beard
I love how the "communicate" through the piano. Victor's high-pitched, "I'm sorry" keys harmonizing with Emily's low-pitched, upset keys.
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Agata Rak
I love how this scene shows how great communication is music. The hole dialogue between Victor and Emily is so clear and understandable. Like when Victor tries to apologise her but she is very angry and he tries again and she wants to say something but she gives up and Victor tries even harder and then she just pour out all her anger and pain and then they start to communicate. They get along and they begin to understand each other. At the end everything is done. They are reconsiled. Everything is okay.
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thesummergirls105
Frankenweenie, corpse bride, the nightmare before christmas, the main character has a dog
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kayceeBurtonFreak
More reasons why I liked them together. Victoria didn't have as much character as Emily did. You can see how much Emily cared for Victor, Victoria didn't do much but try to run away and such.
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HighQualityFandomTrash
victor; things didn't go very.... according to plan me: facepalm -_-
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Alejandra Mojica
this is literally my favorite scene of the entire movie
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