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 Post subject: Looking for a particular piece of music...
 Post Posted: Mon Feb 13, 2006 7:26 am 
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Hello all.

I have a little challenge for you... You see, there is a particular piece of Python music that I need help identifying. In the DVD subtitles it's often referred to as just "exciting music", and it is played several times throughout the Flying Circus series. One such instance is in the "Spanish Inquisition" episode, at the very end when the cardinals are racing to reach the court room in time to deliver the line "Nobody expects..." :)

Can anyone tell me if this music is an original piece written for the Flying Circus, or if it is an "existing" score? If someone could provide me with its title and maybe even the composer, I would be tremendously grateful. Thank you all in advance!


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I know its a pre-existing score but not sure what its called.

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I suspected as much, not least since the Flying Circus series didn't have an enormous budget. Anyone else who might have a clue on this...?


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Ralph Vaughan Williams' Symphony no 7 is mentioned in the non-original music section http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063929/fullcredits maybe that's it...I know they used alot of music from the DeWolfe music library 'cause it was cheaper


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 Post subject: Vaughan Williams
 Post Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 8:23 am 
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That's the Antartica Symphony, which was used in Scott of the Sahara.


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