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Author: rainerd
Posted: Jun 03 2008 - 02:30 PM
Subject: "Telespiele"-Titelmusik
So um 1980 gab es im deutschen Fernsehen die Spielshow "Telespiele" mit Moderator Thomas Gottschalk. Deren Titelmusik lautete, soweit ich mich erinnere, so:

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Charakteristisch war außerdem ein Zwischenspiel aus dieser Baßlinie:

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Das Ganze war eine sehr schnelle Synthesizermusik, alle Töne stakkato gespielt.

Weiß jemand den Namen dieses Stücks?

Vielen Dank schonmal und Gruß,


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How to insert music:

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