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bignaf wrote:does a featured instrument play with the string orchestra?
DavidS wrote:Andrew Lloyd Webber? (I may be wrong - I just like the man.)
bignaf wrote:scottish composer?
bignaf wrote:if you don't understand, it's definitely not the piece I had in mind. what I meant was is the piece based on a pre-existing piece of music?
bignaf wrote:is the piece based on earlier music?
navneeth wrote:29.DavidS wrote:Andrew Lloyd Webber? (I may be wrong - I just like the man.)
If it so happens that Webber has composed a piece without singing/dancing, this question stays, otherwise I'll give you another shot at it.
I may be wrong on this one, but doesn't all of Webber's work contain some sort of singing? Wikipedia says "16 musicals, [s]two film scores[/s], and a [s]Latin Requiem Mass[/s].
shostakovich wrote:Since you said we all know the work, there will be lots of red faces tomorrow.
Wikipedia wrote:Perhaps his most-heard piece of music is the classical theme used by De Beers diamond merchants for their famous television advertising campaign focusing on jewellery worn by people who are otherwise seen only in silhouette. He later included it as the title track in a compilation of various works called Diamond Music, and eventually created Palladio, using it as the theme of the first movement.
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