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    It's been a while that I can't find anything about these two tracks.

    The first is beginning of this video (actually it starts at 00:07). It sounds really funny, I guess it could be some temporary classical.
    https://youtu.be/cu4kt9TUm2c

    The other one could be a bit easier. It is from Robinson Crusoe movie. The music in the movie is by
    Angélique Nachon and Jean-Claude Nachon, but what I could find is only the ending music that they composed. The piece that Robinson plays on harpsichord sounds like some classical music.
    It starts at 45:35.
    https://youtu.be/0CKW4hHAAYA?t=45m18s
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    Don't recognise them, I'm afraid. My bet would be that they're both composed specially for those respective films in a deliberately classical-sounding style. Sorry I can't be of more help.

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    Thanks for trying to help. I was thinking the same but wanted to try here also.

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    I like the concept of "temporary classical", though. Maybe that's what I write.
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    The other one could be a bit easier. It is from Robinson Crusoe movie. The music in the movie is by
    Angélique Nachon and Jean-Claude Nachon, but what I could find is only the ending music that they composed. The piece that Robinson plays on harpsichord sounds like some classical music.
    It starts at 45:35.
    https://youtu.be/0CKW4hHAAYA?t=45m18s
    Did you check:

    http://www.imdb.com/

    I did put the title in and there are several

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    Just as long as this track isn't in the movie

    "Everyone is born with genius, but most people only keep it a few minutes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Did you check:

    http://www.imdb.com/

    I did put the title in and there are several
    I did try IMDb, it is this one. But there is not much info about the music.
    Last edited by nbharakey; Sep-19-2017 at 23:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieRUKiddingVarese View Post
    Just as long as this track isn't in the movie
    I didn't really get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbharakey View Post
    I didn't really get it
    Me neither. ........................
    Last edited by Pugg; Sep-20-2017 at 04:22.

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    Bumping it up! Always wanted to know what the classical piece was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhgliere View Post
    Bumping it up! Always wanted to know what the classical piece was!
    The harpsichord piece sounds like a modern pastiche, mostly emulating late 18th century Classical style but with elements of early 19th century Romanticism in there, too. It tries to be "classical", but it lacks the discipline and structure of a true classical work.

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