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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Era: 2000s (?), Genre: classical, Artist Type: orchestra
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Author: tcp
Posted: Feb 27 2020 - 07:38 AM
Subject: Era: 2000s (?), Genre: classical, Artist Type: orchestra
It is a BGM used in a Chinese TV program. I think the BGM is classical music and has western origin. (Regarding the program: it is a documentary about the major step in animal evolution (e.g. from sea to land, growing a vebetrae, flying). This program is said to be translated into Chinese (possibly from English). I think the original version should also have the same music.) This piece is composed at latest in 2009.

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Relevant timestamp: 0:40-1:28, 22:10-22:42, 31:10-32:40

I think all the clips belong to the same song I am asking.

I am sorry for the fact that some Chinese narrative is mixed in and thank you in advance!
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