Classic: Gabriel’s Oboe (코끼리 탈출하다)

Gabriel’s Oboe is an instrumental song composed by Italian composer Ennio Morricone  for a movie “The Mission” in 1986. You can find out about him in his official website.

The song is re-arranged by Kim Tae-Won to suit the rock genre and he re-titled it 코끼리 탈출하다 (The Elephant Escapes). The song is inserted in Boohwal’s 10th album, as well as also adopted for the name of the fan cafe 🙂

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I used to have a video from a TV performance here, but it was brought down for certain reasons. However, a dear fan recorded Boohwal’s performance in Daegu last night (August 21st, 2010) and here you can check out “The Elephant Escapes” followed with “Lonely Night” as Boohwal usually performs in their opening stage ><

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3 Responses to “Classic: Gabriel’s Oboe (코끼리 탈출하다)”

  1. Gilmor Guitar Endoser Concert « BooHwal ~ Born Again: Korea's Legendary Musicians Says:

    […] by Choi Hee-Sun’s band. Boohwal, as usual, started with “The Elephant Escapes” (코끼리 탈출하다) followed directly by “Lonely Night.” Next in line, as always in rock concerts, […]

  2. TBS Concert in Dream Forest « BooHwal ~ Born Again: Korea's Legendary Musicians Says:

    […] plus I was in the front row thus the stuff would be really annoyed. Thus I stayed. They opened with Gabriel’s Oboe and Lonely Night, as usual. Followed with Donghwa (동화), The More I Love (사랑할수록), and ended with […]

  3. DFM Says:

    Hi there, I observed this blog once, then lost it. Took me forever to arrive back and find it. I wanted to view what comments you got. Very good blog by the way.


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