Tonyblack wrote:I'm going crazy trying to recognise a piece of music that was used in the BBC drama documentary: 'Spanish Flu - The Forgotten Fallen' that was on last night.
You can hear the piece of music HERE.
One final detail underlined the exceptional quality of this programme. Instead of drenching Peter Harness’s script in a synthesised score, Hardy used extracts from classical masterpieces: Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition for bustling at the town hall and the sublime slow movement of Schubert’s Last Piano Sonata for the dying rooms. What an eerily clever choice: music written by a man facing death in his early 30s. That was the age group preferred by the Spanish flu, which turned the strong immune systems of healthy young people against them. As Niven observed: “It likes a fight.”
poohcarrot wrote:Nice quoting Del. Have you had lessons?
Bless you! I do appreciate your help, but I'd searched for ages this morning without any luck and was hoping someone here would know what it was.deldaisy wrote::shock:
Bugger! NOW you tell me!
Go look for it yourself! You know... SEARCH!.... hunt for it over and over again.... looking in every corner, every little nook and smiley.... er.... I mean... cranny! Yes! How do YOU like it!!!!!
EDIT: Get a copy of the show and watch the credits
That original link you put up? Its got a "Contact Us" part on it.
Thank you thank you thank you!Teppic wrote:Vaughan Williams - Flos Campi, Sixth movement
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