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    A company called Steyr has a short promotional film for one of their rifles labeled "Steyr Mannlicher CL II". Please do a search for this film title and have a listen. I am absolutely in love with the piece used in this short film and would really appreciate if anyone could tell me anything about it.

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    Sounds like a movie or TV show soundtrack to me, not classical. Something in the style of (but not as good as) Ramin Djawadi.
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    Thank you for your response Art Rock, I appreciate it. I agree with you in regard to the similarity in style to Ramin Djawadi. In a way, it even reminds me of Hanz Zimmer and Brian Tyler I suppose, and yes, arguably, it is not classical. However, an individual out there, somewhere in the world, composed the piece and I would really love to know who it is. This forum is the only hope I have in achieving this.

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    I agree with Art Rock, it sounds like film or video game music.
    Perhaps you could contact the Steyr company for help (try their Communications, or PR, or publicity departments).
    Let us know how it goes !!

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    It's worth a try! I'll be sure to let you know, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oubuffel View Post
    Thank you for your response Art Rock, I appreciate it. I agree with you in regard to the similarity in style to Ramin Djawadi. In a way, it even reminds me of Hanz Zimmer and Brian Tyler I suppose, and yes, arguably, it is not classical. However, an individual out there, somewhere in the world, composed the piece and I would really love to know who it is. This forum is the only hope I have in achieving this.
    I would look at websites that have commercially available tracks that are not necessarily classical music. I have come across them before but not recently. But they do exist. Some composers specifically write such tracks. The film is by Stefan Czech and I would also try to contact him directly and ask him, if all else fails.
    Last edited by Larkenfield; May-24-2019 at 10:08.
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