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adamz689

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Few mysteries from Polish TV
« on: January 21, 2019, 12:30:01 PM »
Unknown tracks from Polish TV, maybe someone here will be able to recognize them finally :)
At the moment I gonna focus on unknown tracks from Polish public broadcaster- TVP
Before 1989 TVP used mostly Sonoton and Colorsound libraries, however I recognized some tracks also from for example Hibou Music or from some native musicians like Mikołaj Hertel.
Also they could use any track performed by Polish Radio and TV Orchestras (they were few of them- best known were from Łódź- they even produced whole albums for Colorsound library, and from Katowice- they produced some well known jazz and easy listening albums with Jerzy Milian)
In the 90s, after fall of iron curtain they additionaly started to use lots of other libraries- mostly Koka, DeWolfe, KPM and Primrose

So first goes:
Track from background of clock in midday programming startup from 1989


00:36-01:38 Track used as a background of closedown of morning educational programming. Record is dated as mid 80s


00:00-01:13 Track used as a background of clock in programme startup from 2002.
Hint: It was used on the First Channel for programme startups since mid 90s along with
Jean Yves D'Angelo - Sunset Drive [KOK 2073], Frédéric Masson - City Mag [KOK 2089]
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2019, 01:19:20 PM »
Sorry I can't help with the IDs, but that first tune is groovy.
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adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2019, 02:35:36 PM »
Sorry I can't help with the IDs, but that first tune is groovy.
Yeah, and for me it smells PRiTV Orchestra.
I have lots of such a unknown library melodies on my mind. Mostly from obscure clips like here- programme schedules, startups and closedowns. I will post them later, now I want You all to focus on that three. I believe in Your knowledge :)

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2019, 04:05:23 PM »
Wow, these are really great! Nothing I recognize though, sorry.

Out of curiosity, were the Polish-composed Coloursound cues much in use?
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adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2019, 04:24:06 PM »
Wow, these are really great! Nothing I recognize though, sorry.

Out of curiosity, were the Polish-composed Coloursound cues much in use?
Yeah they were often used, however in the late 80s/early 90s it seems that Sonoton was more common.
Recently I found such a examples from Second Channel of TVP:

Purple Funk - Benedykt Konowalski, performed by Orchestra PRiTV [CSLP 45]

My Destiny - Henryk Debich, performed by Orchestra PRiTV [CSLP 42]
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Mr

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2019, 07:00:52 PM »
Brilliant! Really cool to see Konowalski cue in use, I love that LP.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2019, 08:51:10 PM »
Invaluable information. Thank you very much adamz689.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #7 on: January 25, 2019, 02:15:38 AM »
i'm afraid, there is nothing i can help you with... but i'm intrigued by the music in the first video! would like to know the title too.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #8 on: January 25, 2019, 10:52:46 AM »
Like a few others said, the one in the first video is great! It does sound very familiar, but it may be because it's possibly a PRiTV production, and most of that stuff had a similar production sound.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #9 on: January 27, 2019, 10:23:53 PM »
Ok, so here comes some recognized library music used by TVP in past :)

Sonoton

First Channel- afternoon startup sequence from year 1990
[SON 107] A Musical Wildlife Vol.1- Sam Sklair/Otto Sieben - Break Of The Day


First Channel- programme schedule from 16.02.1991
[SCD008] Technospheres- Jeff Newman - Velvet Skies


First Channel- programme schedule from 29.05.1992
[SON135] Sailing-Gliding-Floating- Mike Sunderland - Fly Me To Sky


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 12.12.1992
[SCD038] Sound Giants 3 - Orange Power - Fritz Koberl, Peter Janda- We Will Meet Again


First Channel- closedown sequence from 26.12.1992
[SON123] Swinging Centuries Vol.2- Otto Sieben - Cantata For Woodwinds And Percussion


Second Channel- startup sequence from 31.12.1988
Background of clock: Mikołaj Hertel- Small Divertissement (unknown album, I found it as a track from "recovered tracks from Belorussian Radio tapes")
Background of programme schedule: [SCD 028] Piano Romance/Songs Without Words- Op.62/6 "spring Song"


Second Channel- partially recorded closedown sequence from 23.09.1993
[SCD012] Sound Force, Slow Motion-Peter janda - Days In The Sun


Hibou Music

Second Channel- closedown sequence from 01.03.1990
In background of programme schedule: [HIB37] Leisure/Volume 1- Gabriel Benhamou- Blue Horizon


DeWolfe music

Second Channel used whole [DWCD 0103] Andy Quin- Living Easy album as a backgruond music during their startup sequences in circa 1995-2004 period.
20.02.1997 Freeway, Lucky Break

03.04.1997 Freedom Fields

04.04.1997 Road To Nowhere

24.12.2000 Place To Be

09.06.2002 Living Easy, Freeway


Koka library

These cues were in use by First Channel during startup sequences along with at least 2 unknown tracks, I posted one of them in first post here. I will post here that second unrecognized one soon. They were in use in circa 1996-2006 period.

First Channel- startup sequence from 09.11.2003
[KOK 2073] Travellin USA- Jean Yves D'Angelo - Sunset Drive


First Channel- startup sequence from 13.05.2005
[KOK 2089] Mags- Frederic Masson - City Mag


Also some cues from Koka were used in early morning news report "Echa Tygodnia" targeted for deaf viewers, aired weekly every sunday on Second Channel since early 90s till 2006.
[KOK 2089] Mags- Frederic Masson - Industrial Mag and [KOK 2088] News- Gilles Selince, Remi Chaudagne - Industrial Report

There is also third unrecognized cue from this programme, I will post it here also later.

Cues from Koka library were also widely used by regional channels of TVP:
Closedown from TVP Wrocław (TV5 Wrocław) 22.06.1997
[KOK 2058] Modular-Jean-Paul Niquin-Merkel - Griffe

It was also used as a tune for pause loop, however main ID used tune from Carlin Production library. Here 26.11.1997
[CAR 138] 24 Hour Television- Nigel Peter Beaham-Powell/Bella Russell - Channel Five

Here also Griffe used for pause loop but in slightly other version. It was used only in 1998-2000 period (here early 2000)


TVP Katowice also used themes from Koka for closedowns:
[KOK 2016] Earth & Space- Laurent Thierry-Mieg/Thierry Durbet - Albatros,
however track used for ID here is ID [KPM 218] Orchestral Dynamics - The Lso Vol 2- Matthew Cang - Tales Of Adventure


KPM library

TVP Lublin often used tunes form KPM music library as a background for programme schedules
Closedown for 16.11.1998
ID [KPM 218] Orchestral Dynamics - The Lso Vol 2- Matthew Cang - Tales Of Adventure
Programme Schedule [KPM 136] Piano Expressions- John Richard Taylor - A Gentle Conspiracy

Closedown for 06.10.1998
Programme schedule [KPM217] Pure Big Band- Dick Walter - Soft and Gentle

Closedown for 26.10.1998
Here for programme schedule also A Gentle Conspiracy, but with another cue used for ID
[KPM 040] Sun Fresh- Keith Mansfield - Face the Future



Primrose library

TVP Łódź 11.1996, music background for clock
[FLIPPRM 039] Videx- Alessandro Barelli - Playa Do Sol


TVP Lublin- closedown for 13.06.1999
[FLIPPRM 053] Around The World 1- Pierfrancesco Bellisario - Mombasa Theme



Sometimes there were also some non-Library music used (usually by Second Channel after 1995) for example:

Second Channel- closedown sequence from 20.11.1992
Frank Sinatra- Autumn in New York


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 03.08.1995
Michael Chapman- Heartbeat


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 03.11.1995
Wet Wet Wet- Love Is All Around Me


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 30.11.1995
Pat Metheny- Longest Summer


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 23.05.1996
Chris Izaak- Can't Do A Thing


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 20.09.1996
Phil Collins- Both Sides Of The Story


Second Channel- closedown sequence from 13.06.1997
Whitney Houston- Step By Step




UPDATE 13.02.2019
Focus Music Library
Second Channel 27.12.1992, last news report and closedown sequence
11:04-13:24 cue in the background of programme schedule
Some version of Star Voyager by Mick Parker from "Out Of This World" [FCD 126]


Sonoton
First Channel 20.10.1991, programme schedule
00:08-02:18 first cue in the background of programme schedule
[SCD007]Innovations- Geoff Bastow,John Epping - Era Of Beauty 1
03:23-06:01 second cue in the background of programme schedule
[SCD008]Technospheres- John Epping - Glacier Bay
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #10 on: January 28, 2019, 08:22:02 AM »
What fantastic work! This is really great, thanks for sharing it with us.

mucrim

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2019, 06:34:03 AM »
Adamz689, your this 5 posts are equivalent to 5 years labor. Thank you very much.
Did you notice, there is a very nice music in the channel. I'll write it 'anonim müzik 32'
Do you know it identity?

www95.zippyshare.com/v/Rbjp0yXm/file.html

adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2019, 10:40:01 PM »
Adamz689, your this 5 posts are equivalent to 5 years labor. Thank you very much.
Did you notice, there is a very nice music in the channel. I'll write it 'anonim müzik 32'
Do you know it identity?

www95.zippyshare.com/v/Rbjp0yXm/file.html
Unfortunately no.It was used as a background of programme schedule aired in startup and closedown sequence in January 2003-July 2006 period on TVP1. However its first appearance (in parts) was in some regular daytime announcements in Autumn 2002. I suspect that it could be composed and recorded especially for TVP by some artist... but who knows.

adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #13 on: February 13, 2019, 12:13:25 AM »
I've updated my previous post with recognized cues (update is on its end)
Alright- there comes tons of unknown cues.

Second Channel 17.06.1989, closedown sequence
05:22-05:32 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 25.08.1989, some pause screen with logo and part of late-night closedown issue of news report.
00:00-00:50 I'm obviously interested in cue in the background of pause screen


First Channel 23.01.1991, programme schedule
00:35-04:10 cues in the background of programme schedule
(since 02:55 some library arrangation of Joe Dassin's "Et si tu n'existais pas")


First Channel 08.02.1991, programme schedule
00:13-01:27 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 14.04.1991, programme schedule
00:00-01:20 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 26.05.1991, programme schedule
00:04-04:16 cues in the background of programme schedule


BOOM! RECOGNIZED
Second Channel 04.08.1991, closedown sequence
00:13-03:15 cue in the background of programme schedule


00:19-02:12 Here same cue used same way but aired 18.03.1993, in shorter piece and in better quality.


Second Channel 26.08.1991, closedown sequence
00:09-02:09 cue in the background of programme schedule

Second Channel 20.01.1993, closedown sequence
00:05-03:02 Slightly other version of previous cue (with some intro)

00:28-01:30 Here same cue used same way but aired 16.06.1993, in shorter piece and in better quality.


BOOM! RECOGNIZED
First Channel 31.12.1991, closedown sequence
00:07-01:50 cue in the background of programme schedule



Second Channel 08.01.1992, startup sequence and first issue of news
00:00-00:25 cue in the background of clock


First Channel 08.02.1992, closedown sequence
00:02-01:08 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 04.04.1992, closedown sequence
00:15-01:21 cue in the background of programme schedule


BOOM! RECOGNIZED
Second Channel 20.04.1992, announcements and programme schedule
02:46-04:18 cue in the background of programme schedule



First Channel 05.09.1992, closedown sequence
00:00-01:33 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 19.09.1992, closedown sequence
00:10-03:06 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 21.10.1992, closedown sequence
00:13-02:43 cue in the background of programme schedule


BOOM! RECOGNIZED
First Channel 07.11.1992, closedown sequence
00:02-01:55 cue in the background of programme schedule



First Channel 14.11.1992, closedown sequence
00:00-06:20 cues in the background of programme schedule (second cue starts at 02:36)


Second Channel 24.11.1992, closedown sequence
00:00-01:51 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 06.12.1992, closedown sequence
00:00-00:55 cue in the background of programme schedule


Second Channel 15.01.1993, closedown sequence
00:25-03:58 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 31.03.1993, closedown sequence
00:05-02:53 cue in the background of programme schedule


Second Channel 30.09.1993, closedown sequence
00:11-03:01 cue in the background of programme schedule


BOOM! RECOGNIZED
Second Channel 18.10.1994, closedown sequence
00:06-02:45 cue in the background of programme schedule



Second Channel 12.11.1994, closedown sequence
00:10-02:42 cue in the background of programme schedule


Second Channel 25.12.1994, closedown sequence
00:43-02:44 cue in the background of programme schedule


Second Channel 14.02.1995, closedown sequence
00:05-01:59 romantic cue, perfect for Valentine's Day closedown in the background of programme schedule ;)


Second Channel 24.08.1996, closedown sequence
00:00-01:45 cue in the background of programme schedule


First Channel 31,05.1998, closedown sequence
00:05-03:20 cue in the background of programme schedule
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #14 on: February 14, 2019, 07:16:01 PM »
Second Channel 04.08.1991, closedown sequence
00:13-03:15 cue in the background of programme schedule

00:19-02:12 Here same cue used same way but aired 18.03.1993, in shorter piece and in better quality.


Not a mystery anymore, I’m afraid :)  That’s “Woolly Willy Tango” by Rick Wakeman