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09-05-2005, 23:13   #31
 
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By the way, that BBC Documentary-haven't seen it but the music is probably by Shostakovich. It usually is in those cases (he's really good!..check out his 5th symphony/8th string quartet).
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28-06-2005, 23:39   #32
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Need this..

I have just heard it from my friend, its amazing. It is called Yolana/Joana's eye. I have failed to find it on net.. Wondering is that the correct spelling? Sorry not much to go on. If I must I will get a recording..

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By the way, that BBC Documentary-haven't seen it but the music is probably by Shostakovich. It usually is in those cases (he's really good!..check out his 5th symphony/8th string quartet).

kevin?
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30-09-2005, 10:12   #34
 
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Hi all,
I was lucky enough to be at the RWC in Australia. Prior to all the matches a piece of classical music was played jsut before the national anthems were sung.

Does anyone know the name of this music ?

I purchased the RWC 2003 Audio CD but the tune wasn't on it.

Cheers.
It's probably The World in Union you're talking about alright, which is originally from Jupiter, from the Planets suite by Gustav Holst.
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30-09-2005, 12:39   #35
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"Song of the Volga Boatmen" by Red Army Choir?
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Hi there,
Would any of you out there be able to identify the backround music in the radio & tv adverts for EBS Building Society, previously posted but as yet unanswered.

You can listen to a sample of the song here:

http://www.geocities.com/mpc_team/ebs-ad.wma

At first I thought it was a classical piece, but if you listen closely there seems to be a catchy bass which might suggest something like Adiemus. The female vocal part does sound operatic, though.

All help much appreciated.

Cheers.
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09-10-2005, 17:06   #37
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Sorry robertd, i havent a clue, but I do have a question of my own.
Does anybody know what classical song is at the start of Raging Bull.
I think its a symphony, but not too sure, and if someone could tell me who composed it also.
Thanks Roddy
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10-10-2005, 13:05   #38
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The piece most associated with Raging Bull is the Intermezzo from Cavalaria Rusticana.
Absolutely amazing and moving!!
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Cheers, that has been a thorn in my side, couldn't never find out what it was.
Thanks again
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16-11-2005, 10:37   #40
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American Psycho

Does anyone know the name of the piano piece being played at the start of this Christian Bale movie, while he's doing a voiceover introducing himself as he goes through his daily ritual.

It's possible it's from Les Miserables as there is a poster for the play in his bathroom.

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16-11-2005, 15:53   #41
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Ebs

Does anyone out there know the backround music to the EBS ad?? please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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22-11-2005, 18:52   #42
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Hey can anybody recommend me with a good Japanese classical composer? I'd like to listen to one that uses elements/ instrumentation of traditional japanese music in their pieces. Is Osaka a composer? I could be very wrong indeed though.
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What's the music in this ad anyone?

http://gameads.gamepressure.com/tv_g...al.asp?ID=3666

I'm certainly no expert (I wouldn't be posting this if I was ) but it sounds like it's by one of those 19th century French lads, Offenbach, Gounod, Delibes maybe?
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What's the music in this ad anyone?

http://gameads.gamepressure.com/tv_g...al.asp?ID=3666

I'm certainly no expert (I wouldn't be posting this if I was ) but it sounds like it's by one of those 19th century French lads, Offenbach, Gounod, Delibes maybe?
If you scroll down a little on your link you will see that the music is by Verdi
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Erica

This a strange one but does anyone know where I would get a copy of a WWII German Panza(?) troop singing "Erica". Mike Murphy (remember him?) used to play it a lot at 8 am on RTE 1 before the days of Morning Ireland (or some would have it, Boring Ireland) ??
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