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    An old film by Ridley Schott with a baroque piece inside not easy to discover. Probably a German composer but... Who knows? Who know it? Thanks 4 helping...
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    As regards another section of the film, someone else on youtube has identified that music as taken from Galuppi´s concerto no.4 in c-minor cf.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXTDBnTAmW0

    so give it a listen
    (fast section starts around 4.15)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ialoVTbpkMU

    Both movie clips are heavily, heavily dubbed though, but I assume they are faithful to the original soundtrack as regards the music excerpts ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joen_cph View Post
    As regards another section of the film, someone else on youtube has identified that music as taken from Galuppi´s concerto no.4 in c-minor cf.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXTDBnTAmW0

    so give it a listen
    (fast section starts around 4.15)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ialoVTbpkMU

    Both movie clips are heavily, heavily dubbed though, but I assume they are faithful to the original soundtrack as regards the music excerpts ...
    Hi there! Thanks a lot but unfortunately i miss the second one. Galuppi got few nice concertos but in this case i suspect a german composer, as well as Haydn or someother of that period

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    Heelp! How could be possible?

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    Handel? First, I thought something from one of his Oboe Concerti, but on closer listening I heard a tinge of harpsichord. Anyway, investigate that era.
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    Play Handel opera suites. There is about a dozen.

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    Italians do it better!!!! Galuppi: Concerto in Fa per Cembalo e Archi

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    I never want to hear it again. That's why I don't join listening clubs.

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