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Author: bramire
Posted: Nov 29 2019 - 09:00 PM
Subject: re: Name of this piece
I am trying to find the name of the background music I found for a piece I am working on. The show was from 2 Broke Girls called And The Broken Hip (Season 2 Episode 17). The name of the piece was not listed in the credits.

Early in the show, Andy Dick has a guest appearance with a marionette. A romantic accordion piece played during his segment and the setting was in front of their cupcake shot. The script only says romantic music but nothing ever says the name of the piece used.

This is a missing puzzle piece and if you are like me, it will drive me crazy until I solve this. Does anyone have a musical ear to know the name of this piece? I'd post a link for the segment here but that would go against the forum rules I believe. Thoughts? Can anyone help?
Author: dim.kon
Posted: Oct 25 2019 - 11:02 AM
Subject: Name of this piece
This melody has stucked in my head and I cant remember what is it. I thing it's an orchestral piece by Rachmaninoff but then I am not sure.
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