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Piece Of Classical Music In "curse Of Frank Black"


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Hi.

Can anybody tell me what's that piece of classical music used in "the curse of Frank Black"?

you can hear it in the scene, where he reads in the bible,

and when he's cleaning is own house at the end of the episode.

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It is Mark Snow's work, but it's based largely on a piece by Handel, specifically the Sarabande from his Suite for Keyboard number 4 in D minor.

You can also tell he was at least partially inspired by this piece for his score for the opening scenes of TXF's "Bad Blood".

So it's not a direct piece of source music (like, for example, the Wagner piece in "Roosters"), but it is Mark Snow's arrangement of that piece.

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It is Mark Snow's work, but it's based largely on a piece by Handel, specifically the Sarabande from his Suite for Keyboard number 4 in D minor.

You can also tell he was at least partially inspired by this piece for his score for the opening scenes of TXF's "Bad Blood".

So it's not a direct piece of source music (like, for example, the Wagner piece in "Roosters"), but it is Mark Snow's arrangement of that piece.

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It is Mark Snow's work, but it's based largely on a piece by Handel, specifically the Sarabande from his Suite for Keyboard number 4 in D minor.

You can also tell he was at least partially inspired by this piece for his score for the opening scenes of TXF's "Bad Blood".

So it's not a direct piece of source music (like, for example, the Wagner piece in "Roosters"), but it is Mark Snow's arrangement of that piece.

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Guest chrisnu

Another interesting tidbit. This same Sarabande was used as the main theme for the film Barry Lyndon. I thought I recognized that music!

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