Tuesday 30 September 2014

The West Wing: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on 9 Apr 2011 by kevinofcalifornia69

Uploaded on 30 Aug 2010 by The Movie Sound Studio
YouTube: The West Wing Theme
This is the full theme.

Wikipedia: The West Wing
The West Wing is an American serial political drama television series created by Aaron Sorkin that was originally broadcast on NBC from September 22, 1999, to May 14, 2006. The series is set primarily in the West Wing of the White House, where the Oval Office and offices of presidential senior staff are located, during the fictional Democratic administration of Josiah Bartlet (played by Martin Sheen).

W. G. Snuffy Walden received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music in 2000 for "The West Wing Opening Theme".

Wikipedia: W. G. Snuffy Walden
William Garrett Walden, better known as W. G. Snuffy Walden (born February 13, 1950) is an American musician and composer, best known for his film and television soundtracks. He has been nominated for numerous Emmy Awards throughout his career, and has received 26 BMI Awards.

Throughout the 1990s, Walden scored numerous television shows and series, including Roseanne, Ellen, My So-Called Life, Felicity, Early Edition, Sports Night, The West Wing, George Lopez, I'll Fly Away, The Stand, Huff, Once and Again, Friday Night Lights, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

Published on 9 Jun 2014 by TVLEGENDS
YouTube: W.G. "Snuffy" Walden on composing the theme music for "The West Wing"


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Monday 29 September 2014

The Rockford Files: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on 12 Dec 2008 by Toan5985

Published on 23 Feb 2013 by 11db11
YouTube: The Rockford Files Theme
This is the full theme.

Wikipedia: The Rockford Files
The Rockford Files is an American television drama series starring James Garner that aired on the NBC network between September 13, 1974, and January 10, 1980, and has remained in syndication to the present day. Garner portrays Los Angeles-based private investigator Jim Rockford with Noah Beery, Jr., in the supporting role of his father, a retired truck driver nicknamed "Rocky".

The show was created by Roy Huggins and Stephen J. Cannell. Huggins created the television show Maverick (1957–1962), which starred Garner, and he wanted to recapture that magic in a "modern day" detective setting. He teamed with Cannell, who had written for Jack Webb productions such as Adam-12 and Chase (1973–1974, NBC), to create The Rockford Files.

The series theme music by composers Mike Post and Pete Carpenter was released as a single and went to #10 on the Billboard Hot 100, remaining on the chart for 16 weeks. and won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement for 1975.

Wikipedia: Mike Post
Mike Post (born Leland Michael Postil, September 29, 1944, in Berkeley, California) is an American multi-Grammy and Emmy Award winning composer best known for his TV theme songs for such primetime series as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, The Rockford Files, L.A. Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P.I., and Hill Street Blues.

Wikipedia: Pete Carpenter
Clarence E. "Pete" Carpenter (1914–1987), was an American jazz trombonist, musical arranger, and a veteran of television theme song scoring. After a long career playing the trombone in bands and as a studio musician, Carpenter started working with composer Earle Hagen and writing music for television on shows like Bewitched (1964), Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. (1964), and The Andy Griffith Show (1966–1967).


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Sunday 28 September 2014

Curb Your Enthusiasm: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded by themesongmojo on Oct 7, 2009

Theme Songs: Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Song
The main opening and closing theme song to Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm is entitled “Frolic.” It was composed by Italian composer Luciano Michelini. It is said that David heard the song in a bank commercial years before and thought that the song had a joyful quality—a perfect match to the show’s otherwise gloomy feel.

IMDb: Luciano Michelini
While IMDb lists some credits to this gentleman, there is no biography. It would seem that Mr. Michelini remains relatively unknown outside his native Italy.

Wikipedia: Curb Your Enthusiasm
Curb Your Enthusiasm is an American comedy television series produced and broadcast by HBO, which premiered on October 15, 2000. As of 2011, it has completed 80 episodes over eight seasons. The series was created by Seinfeld co-creator Larry David, who stars as a fictionalized version of himself. The series follows David in his life as a semiretired television writer and producer in Los Angeles and later New York City. Also starring are Cheryl Hines as David's wife, Cheryl, Jeff Garlin as David's manager, Jeff, and Susie Essman as Jeff's wife, Susie. Curb Your Enthusiasm often features guest stars, and many of these appearances are by celebrities playing versions of themselves fictionalized to varying degrees.

Juan Catalan incident
In 2003, Juan Catalan, a resident of Los Angeles, was cleared of premeditated murder charges against a material witness (a crime eligible for capital punishment) after outtake footage shot for the "Carpool Lane" episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm showed him and his daughter attending the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Atlanta Braves baseball game some 20 miles from the crime-scene at the time of the murder, resulting in a $320,000 settlement against the City of Los Angeles. Larry David joked afterwards, "I like to tell people that I've now done one good thing in my life, albeit inadvertently". (ABC News - Mar 8/2007 Man Cleared by TV Footage Gets $320,000 By Laura Coverson)

Uploaded by giampamusic on Apr 17, 2010
YouTube: Michelini Curb your Enthusiasm
Luciano Michelini performs his composition that is title track of the popular tv series. this is part of his concerto of great movie score themes


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Saturday 27 September 2014

Hill Street Blues: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on 20 Aug 2010 by 307Tradis

Uploaded on 18 Feb 2012 by musictvthemes's channel
YouTube: Hill Street Blues Theme 1981 - 1987
This is the full theme.

Wikipedia: Hill Street Blues
Hill Street Blues is an American serial police drama that was first aired on NBC in 1981 and ran for 146 episodes on primetime into 1987. Chronicling the lives of the staff of a single police station—"blues" being a slang term for police officers—in an unnamed American city, the show received critical acclaim, and its production innovations influenced many subsequent dramatic television series produced in North America. Its debut season was rewarded with eight Emmy Awards, a debut season record surpassed only by The West Wing, and the show received a total of 98 Emmy nominations during its run.

The theme song was written by Mike Post (featuring Larry Carlton on guitar) and reached No. 10 on Billboard's Hot 100 in November 1981.

Wikipedia: Mike Post
Mike Post (born Leland Michael Postil, September 29, 1944, in Berkeley, California) is an American multi-Grammy and Emmy Award winning composer best known for his TV theme songs for such primetime series as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, The Rockford Files, L.A. Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P.I., and Hill Street Blues.

Published on 9 Jun 2014 by TVLEGENDS
YouTube: Mike Post and Steven Bochco on creating the "Hill Street Blues" theme


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Friday 26 September 2014

Law & Order: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on Dec 12, 2009 by ericbmaxwell

Uploaded on 31 May 2011 by JupiterDoc
YouTube: Law & Order Full Theme (High Quality)
This is the full theme.

Wikipedia: Law & Order
Law & Order is an American police procedural and legal drama television series, created by Dick Wolf and part of the Law & Order franchise. It originally aired on NBC and, in syndication, on various cable networks. Law & Order premiered on September 13, 1990, and completed its 20th and final season on May 24, 2010. At the time of its cancellation, Law & Order was the longest-running crime drama on American primetime television. Its record of 20 seasons is a tie with Gunsmoke for the longest-running live-action scripted American prime-time series with ongoing characters, although it had fewer episodes than Gunsmoke, and both series are surpassed by the animated series The Simpsons (renewed for a 26th season in September 2014).

Music and sound effects
The music for Law & Order was composed by veteran composer Mike Post, and was deliberately designed to be minimalist to match the abbreviated style of the series. Post wrote the theme song using electric piano, guitar, and clarinet. In addition, scene changes were accompanied by a tone generated by Post. He refers to the tone as "The Clang," while Entertainment Weekly critic Ken Tucker has referred to the sound as the "ominous chung CHUNG", actor Dann Florek (in a promo) as the "doink doink", and Richard Belzer as "the Dick Wolf Cash Register Sound." The tone moves the viewer from scene to scene, jumping forward in time with all the importance and immediacy of a judge's gavel – which is exactly what Post was aiming for when he created it. "The Clang" is an amalgamation of nearly a dozen sounds, including an actual gavel, a jail door slamming, and five hundred Japanese monks walking across a hardwood floor. The sound has become so associated with the Law & Order brand that it was also carried over to other series of the franchise.

Wikipedia: Mike Post
Mike Post (born Leland Michael Postil, September 29, 1944, in Berkeley, California) is an American multi-Grammy and Emmy Award winning composer best known for his TV theme songs for such primetime series as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, The Rockford Files, L.A. Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P.I., and Hill Street Blues.


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Thursday 25 September 2014

Magnum, P.I.: TV Series Theme Music


Published on Aug 5, 2014 by AMB Production TV

Wikipedia: Magnum, P.I.
Magnum, P.I. is an American television series starring Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, a private investigator living on Oahu, Hawaii. The series ran from 1980 to 1988 in first-run broadcast on the American CBS television network. According to the Nielsen ratings, Magnum, P.I. consistently ranked in the top twenty U.S. television programs during the first five years of its original run in the United States.

Theme music
The original theme music for the opening credits of the pilot episode was a mid-tempo jazzy piece by Ian Freebairn-Smith. This music was also used for the next nine regular episodes.

Beginning in Episode 12, it was replaced by a more uptempo theme typical of 1980s action series by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter with guitar by Larry Carlton. This theme had been used during the show and over the closing credits from Episode 8. A longer version of this second theme ("Theme from Magnum P.I.", 3:25 in duration) credited to Post was released as a 7-inch single by Elektra Records in 1982 and featured on the Billboard Hot 100 chart that same year, peaking at No. 25 on 8 May 1982. This version also appeared on Post's 1982 album Television Theme Songs.

Wikipedia: Mike Post
Mike Post (born Leland Michael Postil, September 29, 1944, in Berkeley, California) is an American multi-Grammy and Emmy Award winning composer best known for his TV theme songs for such primetime series as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, The Rockford Files, L.A. Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P.I., and Hill Street Blues.

YouTube search: "Magnum, P.I."
There are full episodes available online and for free. Enjoy.

Published on Aug 31, 2014 by hirosh58
YouTube: Mike Post -Theme From Magnum P.I.
This is the full theme.


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Wednesday 24 September 2014

Perry Mason: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on 12 Apr 2008 by spudtv

Wikipedia: Perry Mason (TV series)
Perry Mason is an American dramatized court show produced by Paisano Productions that ran from September 1957 to May 1966 on CBS. The title character, portrayed by Raymond Burr, is a fictional Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. Many episodes are based on stories written by Gardner, others are based on characters created by him. At one time, the show was "television's most successful and longest-running lawyer series." Another series, The New Perry Mason starring Monte Markham ran from 1973 to 1974, and thirty made-for-TV movies aired from 1985 to 1995, with Burr returning as Mason in twenty-six of them.

The show's theme music, "Park Avenue Beat" by Fred Steiner, is one of television's most recognizable themes.

Wikipedia: Fred Steiner
Fred Steiner (1923–2011) was an American composer, conductor, orchestrator, film historian and arranger for television, radio and film. Steiner wrote the theme music for The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Perry Mason and The Bullwinkle Show. In film, Steiner was one of the team of composers for the 1985 film, The Color Purple, which received an Oscar nomination and was an uncredited composer for Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Steiner was most active in television series during the 1950s and 1960s. His numerous composition credits included music for Hogan's Heroes, Have Gun–Will Travel, The Twilight Zone, Gunsmoke, Star Trek and Rawhide.

YouTube search: "Perry Mason"
There are full episodes available online and for free. Enjoy.

Uploaded on 11 Dec 2010 by jazzysclassicjazz
YouTube: The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra / Park Avenue Beat (Perry Mason Theme)
This is the full theme.

Uploaded on 11 Dec 2010 by jazzysclassicjazz
YouTube: Fred Steiner on composing the "Perry Mason" theme - EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG
This is the full theme.


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Monday 22 September 2014

I Spy: TV Series Theme Music


Uploaded on 21 Oct 2010 by JoĆ£oe Priscila

Uploaded on 7 Aug 2010 by zincorbie
YouTube: I Spy Theme - Roland Shaw Orchestra - Affair In T'Sien Cha
This is a full version of the theme written by Earle Hagen.

Wikipedia: I Spy (1965 TV series)
I Spy is an American television secret-agent adventure series. It ran for three seasons on NBC from 1965 to 1968 and teamed Robert Culp as international tennis player Kelly Robinson with Bill Cosby as his trainer, Alexander Scott. The characters' travels as ostensible "tennis bums", Robinson playing talented tennis as an amateur with the wealthy in return for food and lodging, and Scott tagging along, provided a cover story concealing their roles as top agents for the Pentagon. Their real work usually kept them busy chasing villains, spies, and beautiful women.

I Spy broke ground in that it was the first American television drama to feature an African-American actor (Cosby) in a lead role.

I Spy was banned from being shown by certain television stations in the South due to the showcasing of an African-American (Bill Cosby) in a leading role.

Wikipedia: Earle Hagen
Earle Harry Hagen (July 9, 1919 – May 26, 2008) was an American composer who created music for movies and television. His best-known TV themes include those for Make Room For Daddy, The Dick Van Dyke Show, I Spy, That Girl and The Mod Squad. He is also remembered for co-writing and whistling "The Fishin' Hole", the melody of the main theme to The Andy Griffith Show, the instrumental classic "Harlem Nocturne" used as the theme to television's Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, and co-wrote the theme song to Tim Conway's Western comedy Rango.


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Sunday 21 September 2014

The Avengers: TV Series Theme Music

It was campy. It was unrealistic. But it was entertaining. It had a certain style with its ever so polite and respectful John Steed, always neatly dressed with bowler hat and cane, accompanied by the leather-clad femme fatale Mrs. Emma Peel who was independent, tough, and very much an equal as a partner. For me, The Avengers was the period featuring Diana Rigg, the time when I was a regular viewer.

We normally don't think of the music of the show, but there are many gems like this one which clearly define a television show and set the mood. Whether it's television or film, music is an important part of telling a story and that theme gets stuck in our heads. I still chuckle at how many people I've run into over the years who can sing Gilligan's Island. Ah, the power of music.


Published on Jul 24, 2006 by Fabricio Jimenez

Wikipedia: The Avengers (TV series)
The Avengers is a spy-fi British television series created in the 1960s. The Avengers initially focused on Dr. David Keel (Ian Hendry) and his assistant John Steed (Patrick Macnee). Hendry left after the first series and Steed became the main character, partnered with a succession of assistants. Steed's most famous assistants were intelligent, stylish and assertive women: Cathy Gale (Honor Blackman), Emma Peel (Diana Rigg), and later Tara King (Linda Thorson). Later episodes increasingly incorporated elements of science fiction and fantasy, parody and British eccentricity. The Avengers ran from 1961 until 1969, screening as one-hour episodes its entire run.

When Rigg joined the series in 1965, new theme music by Laurie Johnson was introduced. This was based on a previously released title, on LP called "The Shake". For the colour series (1967), a percussion section was added, to accompany the new teaser sequence at the start of each episode.

Published on Aug 31, 2011 by VIDEOBEAT dotCOM
YouTube: The Avengers TV Intro - Season 5 - 1966

Wikipedia: Laurie Johnson
Laurence Reginald Ward Johnson MBE (born 7 February 1927, Hampstead, England) is an English film and television composer, and bandleader.

It was in this area of television scoring that he was to be most prolific. From the 1960s to the 1980s, he composed over fifty themes and scores, including the theme used on This Is Your Life (entitled "Gala Performance") (1952), The Avengers (from 1965), Animal Magic (entitled "Las Vegas") (1962), Jason King (1971), The New Avengers (1976) and The Professionals (1977).

Johnson's film scores included The Moonraker, No Trees in the Street, Tiger Bay, I Aim at the Stars, Spare The Rod, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, First Men in the Moon, East Of Sudan, The Beauty Jungle, Hot Millions, And Soon the Darkness, The Belstone Fox, Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter and Diagnosis: Murder (The 1975 Christopher Lee film).

Uploaded on 7 Nov 2011 by TaggleElgate
YouTube: Diana Rigg 2011 interview on THE AVENGERS, Fame, Fans and Feminists
A couple of clips from the excellent hour-long BBC4 'MARK LAWSON TALKS TO...' Interview first broadcast 27/09/11
It is interesting to hear Dame Rigg talk about her work on this TV show. She is a classically trained theatre actress appearing with the Royal Shakespeare Company. While her work on The Avengers was campy, she recognises the importance of having made a name for herself. It's the best of both worlds.


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Saturday 20 September 2014

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: TV Series Theme Music

The musical theme for this television series was written by Jerry Goldsmith, however over the four seasons of the show, several composers provided music and arranged the Goldsmith theme several times. The version above from season two was done by Lalo Schifrin, famous for composing the theme from Mission:Impossible. According to my research, this version was apparently not liked by Jerry Goldsmith but, oddly enough, season two was the most watched season and the most famous. For me, it remains the distinctive theme of the entire series.


Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009 by lp45cdwoman
This is the end title sequence from the first episode of UNCLE's second season, ALEXANDER THE GREATER AFFAIR (September 17 and 24, 1965), featuring Lalo Schifrin's new arrangement of Jerry Goldsmith's original theme.

Wikipedia: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is an American television series that was broadcast on NBC from September 22, 1964, to January 15, 1968. It follows the exploits of two secret agents, played by Robert Vaughn and David McCallum, who work for a fictitious secret international espionage and law-enforcement agency called U.N.C.L.E. Originally co-creator Sam Rolfe wanted to leave the meaning of U.N.C.L.E. ambiguous so it could be viewed as either referring to "Uncle Sam" or the United Nations. Concerns by the MGM Legal department about possible New York law violations for using the abbreviation "U.N." for commercial purposes resulted in the producers clarifying that U.N.C.L.E. was an acronym for the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement. Each episode of the television show had an "acknowledgement" credit to the U.N.C.L.E. on the end titles.

Theme music
The theme music, written by Jerry Goldsmith, changed slightly each season. Goldsmith provided only three original scores and was succeeded by Morton Stevens, who composed four scores for the series. After Stevens, Walter Scharf did six scores, and Lalo Schifrin did two. Gerald Fried was composer from season two through the beginning of season four. The final composers were Robert Drasnin (who also scored episodes of Mission: Impossible, as did Schifrin, Scharf, and Fried), Nelson Riddle, and Richard Shores. The music reflected the show's changing seasons—Goldsmith, Stevens, and Scharf composed dramatic scores in the first season using brass, unusual time signatures and martial rhythms, Gerald Fried and Robert Drasnin opted for a lighter approach in the second, employing harpsichords and bongos and by the third season, the music, like the show, had become more camp, exemplified by an R&B organ and saxophone version of the theme. The fourth season's attempt at seriousness was duly echoed by Richard Shores' somber scores.

Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009 by lp45cdwoman
YouTube The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season One Closing Titles

Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009 by lp45cdwoman
YouTube The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season Three Closing Titles

Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009 by lp45cdwoman
YouTube The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season Four Closing Titles

Wikipedia: U.N.C.L.E.
U.N.C.L.E. is an acronym for the fictional United Network Command for Law and Enforcement, a secret international intelligence agency featured in the TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.. Both were 1960s TV series produced in the United States.

Wikipedia: Jerry Goldsmith
Jerrald King "Jerry" Goldsmith (1929–2004) was an American composer and conductor most known for his work in film and television scoring.

He composed scores for such noteworthy films as The Sand Pebbles, Logan's Run, Planet of the Apes, Patton, Chinatown, The Wind and the Lion, The Omen, The Boys from Brazil, Night Crossing, Alien, Poltergeist, The Secret of NIMH, Gremlins, Hoosiers, Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Rudy, Air Force One, L.A. Confidential, Mulan, The Mummy, three Rambo films, and five Star Trek films. He was nominated for six Grammy Awards, nine Golden Globe Awards, four British Academy Film Awards, and eighteen Academy Awards. In 1976, he was awarded an Oscar for The Omen.

He collaborated with some of film history's most prolific directors, including Robert Wise (The Sand Pebbles, Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Howard Hawks (Rio Lobo), Otto Preminger (In Harm's Way), Joe Dante (the Gremlins films, The 'Burbs, Small Soldiers), Roman Polanski (Chinatown), Ridley Scott (Alien, Legend), Steven Spielberg (Twilight Zone: The Movie), and Paul Verhoeven (Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Hollow Man). However, his most notable collaboration was arguably that of with Franklin J. Schaffner, for whom Goldsmith scored such films as Planet of the Apes, Patton, Papillon, and The Boys from Brazil.

As a young teenager (a tween?), I owned books based on the TV show including the following novel. Not only did I watch the series, I read about it like a true FANatic.

For Christmas one year, I got a Man from U.N.C.L.E. gun, a plastic replica of an automatic with the various detachable parts to turn it into a rifle: stock, silencer, telescopic sight, and bipod. Funny now, but it was pretty serious stuff at the time. I so wanted to be a cool spy. James Bond indeed.


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Friday 19 September 2014

Mission Impossible: TV Series Theme Music


Published on May 26, 2016 by Shatner Method

Wikipedia: Theme from Mission: Impossible
"Theme from Mission: Impossible" is the theme tune of the TV series Mission: Impossible (1966–1973). The theme was written and composed by Lalo Schifrin and has since gone on to appear in several other works of the Mission: Impossible franchise, including the 1988 TV series, the film series and the video game series. The 1960s version has since been widely acknowledged as one of TV's greatest theme songs.

Wikipedia: Mission: Impossible
Mission: Impossible is an American television series that was created and initially produced by Bruce Geller. It chronicles the missions of a team of secret government agents known as the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). In the first season, the team is led by Dan Briggs, played by Steven Hill; Jim Phelps, played by Peter Graves, takes charge for the remaining seasons. A hallmark of the series shows Briggs or Phelps receiving his instructions on a recording that then self-destructs, followed by the theme music composed by Lalo Schifrin.

The series aired on the CBS network from September 1966 to March 1973, then returned to television for two seasons on ABC, from 1988 to 1990, retaining only Graves in the cast. It later inspired a popular series of theatrical motion pictures starring Tom Cruise, beginning in 1996.

Wikipedia: Lalo Schifrin
Lalo Schifrin (born June 21, 1932) is an Argentine pianist, composer, arranger and conductor. He is best known for his film and TV scores, such as the "Theme from Mission: Impossible". He has received four Grammy Awards and six Oscar nominations. Schifrin, associated with the jazz music genre, is also noted for work with Clint Eastwood in the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, particularly the Dirty Harry films.

Uploaded on Oct 24, 2011 by vv0422

Published on Jan 7, 2013 by ThePianoGuys
YouTube: Mission Impossible (Piano/Cello/Violin) ft. Lindsey Stirling - ThePianoGuys
In January 2013, violinist and dancer Lindsey Stirling and The Piano Guys, Steven Sharp Nelson (cello) and Jon Schmidt (piano), released their interpretation of the "Theme from Mission: Impossible". The arrangement is true to the Lalo Schifrin original, but also employs a passage with a liberal use of the Piano Sonato in C by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart K. 545 first movement and a self-composed passage to end the piece. The arrangement was introduced with a music video having a comedic cloak and dagger theme, with video production by Paul Anderson and Tel Stewart. Two official copies of the video have garnered 1.9 million views on Lindsey Stirling's YouTube channel and 3.6 million views on The Piano Guys YouTube channel as of July 23, 2013. (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia: Mission: Impossible (disambiguation)
The title Mission: Impossible refers to articles related to the 1960s–70s television series created by Bruce Geller in one of the following contexts:
Published on Jan 8, 2011 by AvengedS939
YouTube: Mission: Impossible (1996) Opening Title Sequence


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