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#311331 6-Jan-2024 20:35
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I am trying to identify the piano solo in S1 E9 ie. the final episode of Maestro in Blue on Netflix - which begins about 34.50 mins.  Neither Shazam nor Google is able to identify it.  The text of the episode advises it is ‘Outa in Die Langpad’ by Die Ventertjies but it’s definitely not that as it’s  totally different on utube from the haunting piano piece.  Does anyone have any ideas please on how I can track it down?  Many thanks in advance


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  #3178599 7-Jan-2024 00:23
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A recording would be helpful for music lovers without Netflix.

 
 
 

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  #3178605 7-Jan-2024 07:03
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Thanks, good idea but I’ll  need some help to do it!


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  #3178606 7-Jan-2024 07:04
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I also think you’ve provided the wrong time stamp as well! I checked that time out just now and it aligns with some generic menacing strings in the soundtrack (accompanying two men talking), no actual piano work. I skipped over the next couple of minutes but no dice.



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  #3178608 7-Jan-2024 07:45
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I have recorded the music but how do I attach it to my reply?


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  #3178609 7-Jan-2024 08:00
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The time I provided i guess is the time yet to run ie the time showing on the bottom right of the screen.  Sorry, I can’t figure put how to attach the recording of the music


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  #3178618 7-Jan-2024 08:52
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If you now have an audio file, you could drag it into google drive or whatever cloud storage you have and then create a link.

 

Then post the link here.

 

 

 

Is there anything useful on the original soundtrack from the series:

 

https://www.amazon.com/music/player/albums/B0C34FFPTX?ASIN=B0C34FFPTX

 

Or you could google the "MAESTRO IN BLUE Original Soundtrack" - It also seems to be on some of the streaming services.

 

Hopefully its part of the soundtrack - but sometimes not everything is included on these compilations.

 

 

 

EDIT: Soundtrack is here:





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  #3178625 7-Jan-2024 09:54
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Copy the below link into the google translate website section and you will find all the information about the various songs plus the link to Spotify.

 

https://www.soundarts.gr/soundtrack-your-life-maestro-in-blue-music-by-kostas-christides/ 




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  #3178630 7-Jan-2024 10:27
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I’ll have to get help from my kids as I can’t seem to get this to work.  The song I’m after is not in the soundtrack unfortunately


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  #3178634 7-Jan-2024 10:49
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onetapu:

The time I provided i guess is the time yet to run ie the time showing on the bottom right of the screen.  Sorry, I can’t figure put how to attach the recording of the music



Yep, that’s the time remaining, not how far into the show (which is the more typical reference point); I heard the music you’re referencing, and it’s not something I recognise. My best guess is it’s just part of the original music created for the show. That nothing shows up on Shazam et al, and that the official soundtrack contains a number of solo piano works (with a similar level of reverb - more than usual), would suggest this to be the case…

Here’s an example from that soundtrack linked above: https://youtube.com/clip/Ugkxwb4Nw5M8kZfs-srfCFisa0qaz0013ZE_?si=1u4VzlDkfU3f0f1p

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  #3178640 7-Jan-2024 11:14
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jonathan18: My best guess is it’s just part of the original music created for the show. That nothing shows up on Shazam et al, and that the official soundtrack contains a number of solo piano works (with a similar level of reverb - more than usual), would suggest this to be the case…

 

 

Not long ago I read an interesting article (which I can't find now but it doesn't matter) about this guy looking for a specific piece of music used in a TV series episode and nowhere else, ever.

 

After lots of research he found the composer and yes, that piece of music was only used in this TV series and never again. It doesn't exist or was distributed on physical media and streaming services.

 

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  #3178891 8-Jan-2024 09:19
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onetapu:

 

I’ll have to get help from my kids as I can’t seem to get this to work.  The song I’m after is not in the soundtrack unfortunately

 

 


Try this translated. You might glean some information about the piano parts and search further. Spotify have the entire soundtrack and there’s a link at the bottom of the page to it. Don’t know if it’s a different one to the original English. Good luck.

 

 

 

https://www-soundarts-gr.translate.goog/soundtrack-your-life-maestro-in-blue-music-by-kostas-christides/?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-US&_x_tr_pto=wapp


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  #3187228 27-Jan-2024 11:26
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I have found the answer to my original question!  I hunted and found the email of the composer, Kostas Christides, emailed him and was blown away when he immediately emailed me back with this response:  

 


ok now I got it...this is a piano version of a very old and so beautiful Greek song, sung by a very charismatic and significant figure/singer during the second world war Sophia Vembo.

 

The title is "Poso Lipame" "Ποσο λυπαμαι" ...which is "How sad I am". She actually sings "How sad I am about all the years that passed by before I met you my love and I am afraid that I will lose you one day because I will never forget you"

 

Here is the original song

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50A5kScq6VE

 

 

 

I am not sure about the piano version because it wasn't part of the score so I didn't do it. I'll the director and try to find it for you

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  #3187243 27-Jan-2024 12:31
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Glad you found it. You might enjoy this rendition of the piano version by Christos Lekkas. His You Tube channel has many more in similar vein.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAjRF9caUD4


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  #3187264 27-Jan-2024 13:12
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Wonder why I couldn’t find this despite my intensive search?  Thank you.  I desperately want to find the sheet music for the piano so I can play it myself.


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  #3187266 27-Jan-2024 13:23
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onetapu:

 

Wonder why I couldn’t find this despite my intensive search?  Thank you.  I desperately want to find the sheet music for the piano so I can play it myself. 

 

 

https://musescore.com/user/3284641/scores/3214906

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNSIJ6PygZ8

 

 


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