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  1. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hello Everyone! Please help me identify this from the BBC documentary "Davinci: The Lost Treasure". Sounds like Holst-Debussy to me. I have been searching this for years with no success. Would really like to know the composer so any clue would be appreciated.
  2. Identifying Classical Music
    I will appreciate any help identifying this baroque orchestral work that appeared in the third episode of "Baroque! From St. Peter's To St. Paul's" (the episode dedicated to England). It sounds like end of Renaissance beginning of Baroque. It starts at 36:27 and then again at 37:30 Any hint...
  3. Identifying Classical Music
    Hi All! I'm looking to find a song which is proving quite difficult...It's the backing tune on the new BBC 2 advert for 'Incredible Medicine' I have been informed it may possibly be Gautam Khattri Second XD, however its nowhere to be found. If you could help I would appreciate it! Thanks
  4. Identifying Classical Music
    Dear TC Forum, Please can anyone help identify this music or who it might sound like? BBC Countryfile - Feathered Friends http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08dy6mz/countryfile-feathered-friends From 53:12 to 54:23 Thanks in advance David
  5. Conductors & Conducting
    Quite a fun and interesting documentary on conductors from 1993. Maestros voicing their opinions here include Maazel, Solti, Salonen, Mehta, Slatkin. Orchestra players and critics also weigh in. Some pretty frank statements about incompetence, charlatans, and the dirty classical music business...
  6. The Movie Corner: Music for Cinema and TV
    The BBC looks back on Amadeus after thirty years. http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20150224-what-amadeus-gets-wrong
  7. Recorded Music and Publications
    I recently got the Warner reissue of Karajan's 1970s-80s Sibelius recordings: http://www.prestoclassical.co.uk/r/Warner%2BClassics/2564633619 I can't rip any of the 4 discs on my Mac, using two different programs (Max and XLD) and a straight Finder file copy. The process simply "hangs" at the...
  8. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi there! I've been searching for ages and can't seem to find any clues on the music starting at 00:15 in the following clip: To be fair, it may not even be classical: some of the documentary's soundtrack is from a contemporary composer named "John Devereaux" (such as this piece: ). But who...
  9. Opera
    Apologies if this has been covered but as on many forums the search function isn't that helpful. Have just enjoyed the BBC4 compendium of Domingo appearances and it reminded me of how long since the BBC showed Opera. I may have missed some but I can't recall anything for the last two years...
  10. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi all, I recently watched a documentary on BBC4 called Hermitage Revealed and there was a piano piece that I simply cannot find the name of. The link below is to BBC iPlayer where the documentary is available for another 25 days. The piece begins at 45:55 and continues for approximately 2...
  11. Classical Music Discussion
    Thomas Ades is on University Challenge right on bbc 2!
  12. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi Please help me to identify these 2 beautiful musics I've heard from BBC documentary "Baroque! From St. Peter's To St. Paul's". The documentary is about the Baroque movement and I think it uses baroque music as its soundtracks. I've recorded that parts to listen and to identify: The first...
  13. Composer Guestbooks
    more info contact [email protected] www.francoisglorieux.com
  14. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi everyone! Well I was watching an episode of 'The Beauty of Diagrams' on BBC iplayer tonight and there were 2 songs that I just need to know the titles of! The episode was 'The Vitruvian Man' and they were played 16.30 and 24.15 minutes into the episode. Could anyone help and tell me what they...
  15. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi, For years I've been a fan of a relatively obscure series of shorts called "Posh Nosh," which aired on BBC2 in 2003. The show is excellent in every way (the comedy is divine), including the music. In addition to various excerpts from Bach's Brandenburg Concerti and Vivaldi's Gloria in D, the...
  16. The Movie Corner: Music for Cinema and TV
    Oh for goodness sake, why hasn't the Beeb put the lovely score to North and South onto CD or MP3? :mad: The series is currently being repeated on BBC4, and once I again I checked to see if they've issued a CD of the music, but no.
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