Author Topic: Few mysteries from Polish TV  (Read 831 times)

Domi55

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2019, 07:41:58 PM »
First Channel 31.12.1991, closedown sequence
00:07-01:50 cue in the background of programme schedule


And that one is an instrumental cover of an old German song called “Ganz Leis' Erklingt Musik” by Hugo Strasser (music by Kurt Dörflinger)



here's the original song -  h**p://youtube.com/watch?v=Hg0ASKH3TzQ
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #16 on: February 14, 2019, 08:13:17 PM »
I don't have that much to add here unfortunately, but "First Channel 07.11.1992, closedown sequence" is very nice!

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2019, 08:14:47 PM »
Second Channel 20.04.1992, announcements and programme schedule
02:46-04:18 cue in the background of programme schedule


That sounds to be a Czech piece called “Radost až do rána” performed by Ladislav Štaidl Orchestra and Felix Slováček on soprano sax



Plus, there was a song as well – h**p://youtube.com/watch?v=tS44Iz_8W3c

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #18 on: February 14, 2019, 08:39:27 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


Yeah! Thanks Mate!

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


That sounds to be a Czech piece called “Radost až do rána” performed by Ladislav Štaidl Orchestra and Felix Slováček on soprano sax



Plus, there was a song as well – h**p://youtube.com/watch?v=tS44Iz_8W3c
My pleasure!

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


I do recognize “Poem” composed by Zdeněk Fibich, a Czech classical composer. Must be a version by one of the Polish or Czech orchestras.
Guys, You are awesome  8]
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Domi55

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2019, 08:41:10 PM »
My pleasure!

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


I do recognize “Poem” composed by Zdeněk Fibich, a Czech classical composer. Must be a version by one of the Polish or Czech orchestras.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2019, 09:38:05 AM »


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


Adamz, you burned me. I've been trying to find it for many years. It was used in some 1978-1979 erotic films. I asked that album here. I couldnt find it. Still unknown  :'(

https://librarymusicthemes.net/index.php?topic=1268.0

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #21 on: February 18, 2019, 09:46:02 AM »

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



It is this. Made by Francis Lai



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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #22 on: February 19, 2019, 03:46:50 PM »

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



It is this. Made by Francis Lai


Great! Thanks Mate ;)

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #23 on: April 19, 2019, 09:35:54 AM »
I have another mystery track from Polish TV to be identifed (aside from the ones listed by adamz689):
TVP2's ident (1992-1997) - both day and night variations

I would have presumed it was composed specially for TVP... , had it not been for a variation of this track (with more instruments) to appear in a Hungarian Disney Princess Zizzlingers ad from 2006 (the ad appears at 2:08 and at 19:16 in the video below):

I believe this mysterious track must have been released on a CD, because (unless I'm not mistaken) the stock music distributors at the time still haven't started re-releasing the digital versions of the vinyl albums. In fact, by the time I wrote the post I have searched pre-1992 CDs from Sonoton, Arcadia Music (inc. Cosmos), KPM Music, Selected Sound, Bruton Music, Primrose Music, Standard Music, JW Media Music, Coloursound, Hibou, De Wolfe Music, Carlin Production Music, Match Music, Killer Tracks, Parry Music and even Manhattan Production Music and I still haven't found that track.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #24 on: April 19, 2019, 10:20:38 PM »
I have another mystery track from Polish TV to be identifed (aside from the ones listed by adamz689):
TVP2's ident (1992-1997) - both day and night variations

I would have presumed it was composed specially for TVP... , had it not been for a variation of this track (with more instruments) to appear in a Hungarian Disney Princess Zizzlingers ad from 2006 (the ad appears at 2:08 and at 19:16 in the video below):

I believe this mysterious track must have been released on a CD, because (unless I'm not mistaken) the stock music distributors at the time still haven't started re-releasing the digital versions of the vinyl albums. In fact, by the time I wrote the post I have searched pre-1992 CDs from Sonoton, Arcadia Music (inc. Cosmos), KPM Music, Selected Sound, Bruton Music, Primrose Music, Standard Music, JW Media Music, Coloursound, Hibou, De Wolfe Music, Carlin Production Music, Match Music, Killer Tracks, Parry Music and even Manhattan Production Music and I still haven't found that track.
Yeah, I knew this before. However I don't know name of that track neither.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #25 on: April 23, 2019, 11:09:52 AM »

Just look at this guys :) (Clock)