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adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #30 on: July 18, 2019, 03:34:34 PM »
Next cue to recognize:
Second Channel (TVP2) pause loop used in 1992-1997 period
00:10-00:26

00:00-01:17

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #31 on: September 23, 2019, 11:34:25 AM »
06:13-08:12 Some Sonoton cue?

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #32 on: September 27, 2019, 08:07:37 PM »
I've got another mystery:
Opening of TVP Rzeszów's (then TV Rzeszów) regional news program "Aktualności" (0:02-0:10):

From what I know the cue was also used by SIC's "Jornal de Noite" in years 1992-1997. The mysterious track sounds like similar ones from Koka Media, but I haven't found it neither in any pre-October 1992 albums available on Universal Production Music's websites nor in the now-discontinued KOK 2021 and KOK 2023 CDs that have been uploaded in these forums.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #33 on: November 22, 2019, 10:13:01 PM »
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]

Sorry for double post, but I've finally found that track. It's "Quiet Waves" by Thierry David and it curiously comes from the generally discontinued K-Vox library (Koka Media's sister label) I wrote "generally" since I found out that the label is strangely available on Nichion's (Universal Production Music's Japanese distributor) site: www,nslibrary,nichion,co,jp/albums/9528-K-VOX104

EDIT (24th November, 2019):

Just look at this guys :) (Clock)
I've managed to identify this track, too. It also comes from K-Vox library and it's "Direct Flight" by Thierry David [KVOX 104]. Also around the same time, "So Softly" from the same album was also used as one of BGMs during the clock on TVP1.
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #34 on: November 27, 2019, 02:16:40 AM »
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]

Sorry for double post, but I've finally found that track. It's "Quiet Waves" by Thierry David and it curiously comes from the generally discontinued K-Vox library (Koka Media's sister label) I wrote "generally" since I found out that the label is strangely available on Nichion's (Universal Production Music's Japanese distributor) site: www,nslibrary,nichion,co,jp/albums/9528-K-VOX104

EDIT (24th November, 2019):

Just look at this guys :) (Clock)
I've managed to identify this track, too. It also comes from K-Vox library and it's "Direct Flight" by Thierry David [KVOX 104]. Also around the same time, "So Softly" from the same album was also used as one of BGMs during the clock on TVP1.
You impressed me Moleoman. You're the Man!

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #35 on: December 13, 2019, 01:32:18 PM »
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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 ;)
I just found that this romantic cue is : David Roach-Love Is ;)

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #36 on: January 02, 2020, 01:06:24 PM »

00:18-01:08
Anybody knows cue in the background?
First cue is Industrial Mag by Jean François Massoni [KOK2089]

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #37 on: January 12, 2020, 08:00:50 PM »
Next cue to recognize ;)

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #38 on: March 01, 2020, 09:40:20 PM »

00:09-02:40 Some unknown pan's flute cue
edit: YT Content ID recognised this cue.
It's "Air" [SON 182/SCD 039] by Norman Candler
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #39 on: March 02, 2020, 01:45:26 PM »
@adamz689 Boy, YouTube's music info under the video's description has identified it for you - it's "Air" [SON 182/SCD 039] by Norman Candler.

Meanwhile, I have identified more TVP cues from early 90's:

The first one used at the beginning of the 1992 Telegazeta (TVP's teletext service) promo (from 1:44) is the 15 second version of "Silver Streams" [CNS 001] by Gunter Moll. Unfortunately, I haven't identified the cue in the main part of the video:


Another one, the "Week with Whoopie Goldberg" ident from November 1993 used "Take It" by Peter Patzer and Carsten Wagener [CNS 003]:

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #40 on: March 02, 2020, 11:41:12 PM »
@adamz689 Boy, YouTube's music info under the video's description has identified it for you - it's "Air" [SON 182/SCD 039] by Norman Candler.

Meanwhile, I have identified more TVP cues from early 90's:

The first one used at the beginning of the 1992 Telegazeta (TVP's teletext service) promo (from 1:44) is the 15 second version of "Silver Streams" [CNS 001] by Gunter Moll. Unfortunately, I haven't identified the cue in the main part of the video:


Another one, the "Week with Whoopie Goldberg" ident from November 1993 used "Take It" by Peter Patzer and Carsten Wagener [CNS 003]:

Damn, man I'm almost sure that there wasn't any content ID info that few hours before when I was writing that post  :P
I've posted this almost immediately after upload of that clip.
Anyway thanks for that info. And of course thanks for You recognition of that few cues :)
I was especially curious about that Telegazeta tune, so I really appreciate Your help!
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #41 on: March 15, 2020, 10:36:36 AM »
It looks like the mysterious tune used in the 1992-1997 TVP2 ident was also used in the Pakistan Television history 1994 documentary (at 30:53):

Unfortunately, I still haven't identified it yet.

EDIT (04.04.2020):

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

I've discovered that the same cue was used at the beginning (till 2:42) ending (54:48-56:47) of "Krainom z baśni podobna... Suwalskie latem" 1992 documentary (which was itself filled with Sonoton tracks):

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #42 on: April 19, 2020, 02:39:42 PM »
Perhaps not directly related to the topic at hand, but I reckon you might find this interesting:
https://forum.media2.pl/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=10758

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #43 on: April 19, 2020, 06:16:06 PM »
Yes, before I joined LMT forums I've set up this thread in Media2 to write about my findings (about 50 tracks a month due to time limits of post editing for normal users in Media2 forums) of stock music, especially the one used in Polish TV (including feeds of foreign networks available in Poland) and Polish productions.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #44 on: April 19, 2020, 09:59:03 PM »
That does make some sense in hindsight, haha. I just stumbled upon this today, had no idea it was yours. Nice work, both places :)