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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Manny Laureano, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. davidjohnson

    davidjohnson Piano User

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    ah...the dudley doright theme!! love it! who played it for that show?
    a truly deep moment in trumpet history.
    thanx, manny. :cool:

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  2. Rimshot

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    OK, somebody's got to find these as well (this could go on forever!)...

    Green Hornet
    My Three Sons
    The Jetsons
     
  3. wiseone2

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    ROGERIO Mezzo Forte User

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    Any way to find out the dates these were recorded and who was featured?

    Greenhornet... just couldn't fly as well as the bumble bee...so he never made it to the big time of insect flight themes...

    Johnny Quest was my favorite... great trumpet stuff...

    Were all these west coast stuff??
     
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  8. Alex Yates

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    Here's one of my favorites :thumbsup:

    http://www.angelfire.com/mn/nnn/Lost.html

    Original "Lost in Space".....The theme music for the opening credits during the show's three seasons was written by John Williams. Movie trivialists have said that echoes of this musical score can be heard in Williams' soundtrack to the movie Jurassic Park.

    The musical theme in the first two seasons was a bit "cartoony" matching the opening credit sequence.

    In year three, the opening theme was changed (again by Williams) to an exciting faster tempo action theme and featured a pumped-up countdown from seven to one to launch each episode.

    John Williams (then known as Johnny Williams) also composed many of the much-praised background scores for the series, which have been released on CD. He also wrote themes and musical scores for Irwin Allens's The Time Tunnel and Land of the Giants.

    I feel like a dufus because I just realized Manny posted it originally. Whoops. I missed it. :oops:
     
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