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user picture Author: icalvo
Posted: Dec 18 2020 - 02:18 AM
Subject: re: Orchestral song used in TV Documentary
The documentary credits Jack Ketch for the music. Do you have any reason to suspect that the music you mention is not originally composed for it?
Author: s091290
Posted: Nov 20 2020 - 01:37 PM
Subject: Orchestral song used in TV Documentary
Hello all,

Ive been trying to find an orchestral song that was used in a tv show called Empire: How Britain made the modern world.
The show was produced for channel 4 back in 2003.

At the end of Episode One called Why Britain? There is a song that runs into the credits from 47.46 to the end of the video. See link below.

It is a pipe organ style piece with a humming melody.

If anyone knows what this is please let me know

Your help is appreciated

Thank you
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