The music to the film Titanic was academy award winning and you may not wish to always listen to the Celine Dion version of 'My heart Will go On" but now you don't have to. as we have the Titanic Violin Notes.
"My Heart Will Go On" is Céline Dion's biggest hit and one of the best-selling singles in history, having sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. In the United States, the song was given a limited number of copies - 690,000. Regardless, it debuted at number-one on the
James Cameron originally intended Enya to compose the music, and in fact put together a rough edit of the film using her music as a temporary soundtrack. After she declined, he approached James Horner Their relations were cold after their first cooperation in Aliens but the soundtrack of Braveheart made Cameron overlook it. Horner composed the soundtrack having in mind Enya's style;
James Cameron was adamant about not including any song in the movie, even over the closing credits. No singing. But composer James Horner secretly arranged with lyricist Will Jennings to write it and singer Céline Dion to sing it, the tape was then presented to Cameron.
We all know what happened next.
Originally several Titanic songs were written in french and included with the script. A decision was made however to keep these on a separate Celine Dion album and use only the english song and rest of the score. The story was based off of a newspaper article marking the day in history and how it affected the locals and those abroad with what had happened. Included was this one remark about a woman who fell in love at sea and lost him in the disaster. What isn't main stream knowledge was there was a heart shaped pendant that really existed.
Anyhow the song can be played below. Enjoy Titanic Violin Notes