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My son and I laughed our heads off. I was especially impressed with the bolded part.



Spock's cello theme


Spock, the iconic character from Star Trek, is not typically associated with a specific cello theme. However, there are several musical pieces and themes associated with the Star Trek franchise as a whole, including some that may feature the cello.

One of the most recognizable themes from Star Trek is the main theme composed by Alexander Courage. It is commonly known as the "Star Trek Theme" and is primarily played by an orchestra, including brass instruments, strings, and percussion.

If you are specifically looking for cello music from the Star Trek universe, there are a few notable pieces worth mentioning. One of them is the "Theme from Star Trek: The Next Generation," composed by Jerry Goldsmith. While this theme is not exclusively cello-focused, it does feature a prominent cello part throughout the melody.

Another notable piece featuring the cello is "Ilia's Theme" from the Star Trek: The Motion Picture soundtrack, composed by Jerry Goldsmith. This hauntingly beautiful piece includes a solo cello melody accompanied by an orchestra.

It's worth noting that Leonard Nimoy, the actor who portrayed Spock, released several musical albums throughout his career, but none of them specifically feature a cello theme related to the character.

If you were referring to a specific cello theme associated with Spock that I am not aware of, please provide more information, and I'll do my best to assist you further.


It's used throughout the original series. It goes like this: Duh duh duh duh duh duh, du-du-duh, du-duh, du-du-duh, duh duh duh duh duh duh, etc.


Based on your description, it seems that you are referring to the "Spock's Theme" from the original Star Trek series. This theme is commonly associated with Spock and is played during various scenes featuring the character.

While it is difficult to convey musical notes through text, the rhythm you provided helps in identifying the theme. The "Spock's Theme" is a simple, yet distinctive melody that is often played on a solo cello. It has a somewhat melancholic and introspective quality, reflecting Spock's logical and reserved nature.

Although the original Star Trek series did not have a consistent composer throughout its run, Alexander Courage is often credited with composing the main theme and various musical cues for the show, including the "Spock's Theme." However, it's important to note that multiple composers worked on the series, and different variations of the theme might exist.

If you would like to listen to the "Spock's Theme," I recommend searching for "Spock's Theme Star Trek Original Series" on a music streaming platform or video-sharing website. You should be able to find various recordings or compilations featuring this iconic melody.


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34 minutes ago, NeuroTypical said:

Pretty dang amazing.    I think I've perfected google searches, I'm really good at finding this or that half-remembered bit of something.  And then ChatGPT comes along and does it at least five times better.

One thing I like about ChatGPT is that my Google fu doesn't have to be strong to get a good answer.

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6 hours ago, Jalouis said:

The biggest issue I found when exploring the several AI art sites I found was that if I DID use them to illustrate my fantasy fiction novels, they could not be copyrighted.

Why would you want to copyright art that you didn't create?


Edit: Let me expand on that...

If you submitted a novel to a publisher and they picked it up and then had it illustrated by a professional artist.... you wouldn't own the copyright to those illustrations either.

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