Author Topic: Few mysteries from Polish TV  (Read 5792 times)

Moleoman

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #45 on: April 21, 2020, 09:53:52 PM »
I've just recently discovered that the BGM used in TV Kraków's programme line-up in late 1990s is... "Sun Magic" by Mikołaj Hertel from... Paris Music's first CD "Children's World 1" [PM 001]:

Source (audio file): h++ps://music,findthetune,c0m/aws/stream_music_file,php?lbl=pm&alb=1&trk=21
Source (track title): h++p://szukaj,parismusic,com,pl/index.php

Before Paris Music was acquired by UPPM in 2012, it was distributed in Scandinavia by Apollo Music (since at least 2010). It's a miracle that Apollo Music's servers still host the audio files of Paris Music tracks (albeit without PM 037 album or selected tracks from PM 016 and PM 036) after expiry (though I'm not sure for how long). In fact, it seems that Paris Music wasn't distributed internationally until circa 2009. Due to this, Studio Fontana's site once claimed that the company (along with their then Polish partner Sound-Pol) were the only Eastern European music libraries: h++p://web,archive,org/web/20070922225714/h++p://www,studiofontana,com/newsite/EN/abouthist.html

Moleoman

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #46 on: June 17, 2020, 12:20:06 PM »
First Channel 06.12.1992, closedown sequence
00:00-00:55 cue in the background of programme schedule

It seems to be a version of "For Charline" by Gabriel Benahmou from Hibou Music library (probably "Charline B" from HIB. 201 album?). Unfortunately, the versions from HIBCD 137 and HIBCD557_23A lack drums: h++ps://www.nslibrary.nichion.co.jp/keywords?page=1&keyword_search=For%20Charline&target_search=track